For Ted Cruz Supporters…..

  • I get it.  You want a person who values and cherishes the constitution with the same ferocity and protective instincts you carry.
  • I get it. I understand the frustration and anxiety from years of watching our constitutional republic disregarded and torn to shreds through DC policy, judicial fiat and legislative usurpation.
  • I get it.  I understand the intense core belief that we are a constitutional republic and not a democracy. It should not be too much to ask for a valiant advocate to hear the calling and stand steadfast for the principles inherent within our nation.  I really do understand, and feel the same.

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Long ago, during a dinner with Lou Holtz he told the story of his arrival at Notre Dame.  Coach Holtz arrived to find his team filled with untapped talent, yet torn with internal conflict, turmoil, inter-player animosity and backbiting.

Holtz took measure of the team and called them to the locker room.  He passed out paper and pencils and asked each player to write down their grievances and explain why their teammates were holding back the potential inherent in their own skill.  A few hours later he returned to the locker room and led the team to the far side of the practice field.

There the players saw a shovel and hole he had been digging while they were writing.  Coach held out a large empty coffee can; and before asking each player to place their scribe inside the container he asked them to commit to each-other and to God, that what they had written could be removed from their mind forever.

Holtz asked each player to make a promise; a pledge to themselves, to each other and most importantly to God, from that moment forward those grievances would be permanently gone.

Coach Holtz counseled everyone, without judgement, they were under no-compulsion to put their list into that can.  No-one would think worse of them for retaining their grievance.  He promised to fulfill the contract of those who were attending school on scholarship.  Regardless of their decision, every man before him was guaranteed a college degree from Notre Dame University.

However, those who chose not to drop their grievances would not be on the team.

Even if it meant Holtz fielded a team of barely enough players, he was not going to lead a fractured army; his program could only succeed as a united effort.

Coach stood, and in order to give the young men time to think, he bowed his head in prayer.  After several minutes Holtz then held out the can.

One-by-one the players folded their notes and placed them in the can; each fully understanding the severity of the counsel they had just witnessed. Each player in his own way defining himself in that moment of decision and choosing to give themselves to a greater possibility.  The sum is greater than the collective assembly of the individual parts.

Holtz then took the can, sealed it, placed it in the ground and asked each of the players to use the shovel to bury their collective grievances.  Linking hands they formed a circle around the now covered hole.  They stood in the darkening twilight in that furthest corner of the field – and they prayed together.

The final words from Coach Holtz echoed with severity amid the stillness.  He asked them to look at each other, and to look at the field behind them.  He reminded them that in this moment, right then, they were looking at the birth place of champions.  He looked toward the direction of the stadium where thousands gather to cheer the Fighting Irish, and he reminded them that is was not over there where champions were born – it was right here on the practice field, when no-one is cheering and no-one is watching.

Coach told them each how proud he was to be a part of “their team of champions” – and he pledged with full measure of intensity that he would never disregard them, nor would he ever fail them.  He then sent them back to the dorms….. the rest, as they say, is history.

Ted Cruz Value Voters Summit

This story is shared because I am willing to put all my Ted Cruz objections into a similar coffee can and bury them forever:

  • The relationship with the Council on Foreign Relations.
  • The relationship with Wall Street banking interests.
  • The votes to support TPPA.
  • The decision to support McConnell January through June 2014.

I fully understand that a man of principle can make mistakes and accidentally place himself in a position of compromise.

Ted CruzTed Cruz won victory in the 2012 Texas Senate race despite the establishment supporting his opponent Dewhurst.  Cruz then went to DC to fulfill his campaign promise to repeal ObamaCare and fight against the DC constructs he later called the “cartel”.

Cruz is a very intelligent, intensely sharp and highly articulate representative Senator.  All of these attributes are merited and evidenced by those who know and speak of him.

Ted Cruz walked into the belly of the beast and fought valiantly for 10 months in 2013 to bring about change.  It stands as reasonable for a man who faced the severity of the professional DC Republican class, and the onslaught of a media machine seeking his destruction, that he would be exhausted in the winter of ’13/’14 and make a poor decision to trust Mitch McConnell purely based on finding himself in a position of isolation.  I can reconcile the mistakes which stem as a result of psychological/emotional exhaustion.

But if we are going to stand naked before each other, and have an honest conversation, there are basic acceptances that must also stand.

During the period when McConnell was leading Cruz astray (December ’13 to June ’14) and while Cruz was vice-chair of the NRSC -which was maneuvering to support McConnell’s buddy Mississippi Senator Thad Cochran- unbeknownst to Cruz McConnell was actively engaged with the RNC in creating the GOPe roadmap.

Part of that 2014 activity, which Cruz was presumably unaware of, was the a collaboration between the GOPe and RNC to make changes to benefit the power interests who were planning the future nomination path for Jeb Bush.

Republican primary race rule changes, finance changes (hidden in the CRomnibus bill), delegate distribution changes, party primary date changes etc., were/are all part of the collaborative RNC/GOPe construct to deliver an establishment win for Jeb Bush (similar to 2012 with Mitt Romney).

Ted cruz and rand paul

While the NRSC simultaneously plotted to attack Chris McDaniels in Mississippi, Matt Bevin in Kentucky, and following the RNC success against Ken Cuccinelli in Virginia, and while Cruz and Rand Paul were leveraged to sit on the sidelines, these aforementioned plans were all taking place behind closed door.

It is accepted that by the time Ted Cruz caught on, and after he had given $240,000 to the NRSC, it was too late – the GOPe had already launched their attacks.

As a result, and after the mid-term elections, in January of 2015 Ted Cruz quit the NRSC.

Regardless of the discomfort inherent in these admissions, they are historical realities.  None of these acceptances disqualify Cruz from presidential consideration today.

Fair enough?

However, the acceptance of what follows next is where find ourselves at loggerheads.  The pathway the RNC/GOPe constructed to elect Jeb Bush specifically was designed to eliminate/defeat Ted Cruz.

Stop.  And re-read this reality:

The GOPe road map was specifically and intentionally created by scheme and construct, to intentionally block any possibility for Ted Cruz to achieve 2016 presidential victory.

As a direct and factual outcome there is nothing Ted Cruz can do to overcome the structural dynamics currently in place which block any possibility of him achieving electoral victory.  Period.

We have laid out the rules, laid out the road-map, and laid out the primary contests -REPEATEDLY- and we continued to asked anyone who finds themselves refusing this reality to outline a path for Cruz victory.

Unfortunately, it simply does not exist.

The RNC rules are now in place; the RNC primary dates are now all confirmed; the RNC delegate distributions all now set in stone;  and there’s enough key state polling data for anyone to use who wants to prove this false.

We have studied this road-map intensely.  We have explored the district-by-district level possibilities within each of the pre-March 16th 2016 states a hundred different ways, the numbers for anyone other than Trump just don’t add up.

The GOPe road-map was specifically created to block Ted Cruz, or anyone like Ted Cruz, from achieving victory.

Team Jeb is: Rubio, Fiorina, Christie, Huckabee, Kasich, Perry, Graham, Pataki and Gilmore. (10 establishment candidates all part of the RNC/GOPe machine)  We have outlined it all HERE.

If, for the sake of intellectual exercise, you remove Donald Trump from the race and apportion his supporters in a reasonable manner, what you will find is that the GOPe road map kicks back into play – and no non-jeb is able to pull enough support to defeat Jeb.

Remove Trump and Ben Carson becomes Herman Cain 2012; Cruz becomes Gingrich, Jeb replaces Romney and the 2016 outcome becomes 2012 ground-hog day.  Just as designed.

Here’s the kicker…. As previously mentioned, Ted Cruz is a smart guy, and therefore Ted Cruz also is aware of this.

Ted Cruz is fully aware of this – he picked up on it months ago.  Hence:

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We don’t like it either.  It’s almost too bitter a pill to swallow – too big a bitter pill to accept.   But that doesn’t change the result.

However, if you find yourself still seeking some proof therein, just ask the man himself.  Ask Cruz, or a Cruz campaign insider to outline a pathway to victory.

[ps. For what it’s worth, it’s strongly suspected that Scott Walker is also aware.]

The Republican Party, and the Republican media apparatus, view us as their enemy. We are the enemy they need to protect themselves from:

In 2014, the RNC approved selection rules that govern how each state’s delegates are portioned out from the primaries. Under one of the changes, states holding their primaries between March 1 and March 14 will have their delegates doled out proportionately with election results, a change that will likely stymie a movement candidate.

States that have primaries on or after March 15 will be winner-take-all states.

That’s important because another RNC rule change requires that a candidate must win a majority of delegates in eight or more states before his or her name may be presented for nomination at the 2016 Republican National Convention.

With 18 GOP presidential candidates, for now, it will be that much harder for any candidate to win a majority in any state, let alone eight. (Article July 2015)

GOP-versus-Tea-PartyNow, ask yourself, why would the RNC want to “stymie a movement candidate“? Who exactly does that benefit? Obviously, the “non-movement” candidate, ie “the turtle“.

Isn’t the entire reason for campaigning in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina etc. to make a movement/momentum?

In addition Rule #40 changed in 2014 from previously five needed state wins, to a newer threshold of eight (8):

Officially, it’s Rule 40 in the RNC handbook and it states that any candidate for president “shall demonstrate the support of a majority of the delegates from each of eight (8) or more states” before their name is presented for nomination at the national convention. (article March 2014)

Again, ask yourself who does this benefit? A candidate can win seven states outright, and still not have their name presented for nomination?

These rules were made/affirmed in 2014 – Who or what exactly was the GOP concerned about blocking in 2016 that would necessitate such rules? When combined with other rule changes you can clearly identify a consolidation of power within the RNC apparatus intentionally constructed to stop the candidate of the GRASSROOTS from achieving victory.

It’s all part of their GOPe Roadmap.

update-1 Reference and Resources – (links to internal MSM references are contained within prior outlines):

RNC Rule Changes

RNC Rule Battles

  1. Following The Money
  2. The GOPe Roadmap
  3. ♦ The Roles of The Players – “The Splitters
  4. ♦ How each candidate is aligned in the Roadmap
  5. ♦ Arrow #1 Trump Hits The Super-PACs – The GOPe Achilles Heel
  6. ♦ Arrow #2 Trump Hits Bush – Inside The Wall Street Fortress
  7. ♦ Arrow #3 Trump Cuts Off Rubio/Bush switch – The GOPe Switch
  8. ♦ The Rick Perry Tripwire Exposed – DC Super-Pac
  9. ♦ Jeb Bush Super-Pac Will immediately spend $10 Million
  10. ♦ Proving there is only one political party in Washington DC
  11. ♦ Why Support Trump – Part One (The GOPe Ruse)
  12. ♦ Why Support Trump – Part Two (Stop being played)
  13. ♦ Why Support Trump – Part Three (Intellectual Details)
  14. ♦ How To Defeat the GOPe Road Map
  15. ♦ Current Polling Exposes – the Ohio, Florida, Texas, Virginia, New York Splitters
  16. ♦ Rush Limbaugh Discusses/AffirmsThe “splitter strategy”
  17. ♦ The Biden Paradox – Trump Winning Means Clinton Must Be Removed
  18. ♦ Salem Media Communications (GOPe Media Arm) Launches Attack
  19. ♦ Open Letter To GOPe – The Conservative Frustration
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342 Responses to For Ted Cruz Supporters…..

  1. Lizzie says:

    Is anyone paying attention to this? Colorado’s Republican caucus has been cancelled! Guess Colorado won’t be anyone’s eighth state to qualify.

    “It takes Colorado completely off the map” in the primary season, said Ryan Call, a former state GOP chairman.


  2. Kauf Buch says:

    A general observation and a “for your consideration” to some “Trump” posters here:

    It seems to me that the (or at least one) point sundance was trying to make
    with this thread was to build bridges with Cruz supporters.

    Yet, the nastiness, contempt, and otherwise hostile intolerance
    exhibited by some of you (I trust you recognize yourselves)
    in your comments seems to go against that intent.

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    • Kauf Buch says:

      As a point of clarification: I was referring to some folks here who seem to be dead set on crushing and humiliating anyone with whom they disagree about Trump (in particular, about Cruz)…and THAT on a thread with which (it seems to me) sundance was trying to – as I used the phrase above – build bridges with Cruz supporters.

      You don’t like building bridges with Cruz supporters? Don’t wanna? No prob. Don’t bother.

      But about those folks I mentioned above…some seem to be drunk with power (like prattling on about how they could but didn’t ban this or that person…like who cares and what does that have to do with anything anyway?!), and others respond with overkill responses and what come off like a poisonously snotty attitude that WELL exceeds snark.

      Well, ya know what?!? Surprise: They’re LOUSY SALESMEN! And, IF YOU are going to try to PERSUADE people to come over to YOUR point of view (as I think sundance was doing) then YOU DON’T “MAKE THE SALE” BY DUMPING ON THEM.

      And that’s all these folks end up doing. As a personal example: instead of responding with ONE post showing how I was in error on a point, two folks put together about 10 or 12 posts, beating a dead horse until the glue that was made from it was dry…great way to sell a customer (/sarcasm),

      Now, in my line of work, I’m used to conceited, counterproductive people like that, but I doubt many readers are…and that is to say: THEY WERE LOUSY SALESMEN FOR GETTING CRUZ PEOPLE OVER TO TRUMP.

      These people should know better.


      • William R. Felder says:

        On behalf of the over-exuberant Trump supporters, I apologize. However, if you understand what the RNC is trying to accomplish with their Splitters, we need to have Trump overwhelmingly win the primaries. I’m of the opinion that Cruz and Trump have a strategy to win. We will see how it plays out. Thanks.

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      • Madeline says:

        Totally agree. I’ve made it a point not to be rude throughout this entire campaign. I’ve always opened up conversations and talked back and forth all day with people online if need be. It’s been great– even Bernie supporters have ended up choosing to follow me, or admitting that I have a point, or fine, not all Trump supporters are idiots. Be nice, be smart, guys.

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      • Catmom says:

        I supported Cruz with donations and have been rooting for him since 2012. We need to win this election. This is our last chance. Please stop attacking us and Mr Trump. Cruz turned negative and enlisted Beck. This is beneath Sen. Cruz and this great nation. Stop it! We want the same thing. Cruz has a very bright future but not as POTUS In 2016. Please join us.


    • Larry Curtis says:

      Kauf Buch. I appreciate your comment very much, and on behalf of those highly zealous Trump supporters, I too will offer an apology. I happen to be a Trump supporter who also admires Ted Cruz, and if Trump wasn’t in the race I would most likely be supporting Ted for the nomination. I am very saddened by the conduct of many people from within the camp of Trump supporters for their highly vitriolic hyperbole and being very quick to latch onto any and every little negative tidbit which spews forth from any media source, many of them (sources) illegitimate in my opinion. I live in Texas and so I have been following Senator Cruz’s professional activities since he’s been in office with much interest and concern. As near as I have been able to tell, he has been a solid citizen with regards to the mandate which sent him to the Congress. He may have failed in many of his legislative efforts, but it was of no fault of his own because the more senior and established members of the party who have held leadership simply would not support him on much. Ted is certainly not worthy of so much of the negativity which spews forth from the Trump camp. Even Donald Trump himself has never spewed on Ted Cruz…in fact Trump is on record now as having said that he and Ted are very much in agreement about most everything, which is why neither of them have taken jabs at one another. So exactly why so many Trump supporters would so easily and quickly jump onto the vitriol wagon against Cruz is quite puzzling to me when basic logic is applied. So with that said, it is completely illogical to me that so many Trump supporters would be so nasty toward Ted Cruz, and to those who support him as well. It is understandable that each of them are vying for the same nomination and they are political opponents, but they aren’t exactly mortal enemies, and people tend to carry on as if they are. I think much of this has to do with who they are listening to, who they are reading, and how they are allowing such negativity to overwhelm their ability to think rationally. I would never claim that I am the greatest model for rational thinking because I too have found myself getting caught-up in the muck sometimes, but I am learning to take a few steps back and try to see the big picture before I open my mouth about anything. Whoever it was who coined the phrase, “It is much better to be silent and thought a fool than it is to open your mouth and remove all doubt” knew exactly what they were saying. I am a Trump supporter straight down the line because I believe the pendulum has been swinging toward the left for so long that it is going to take someone who is so completely opposite, intelligent, and very bombastic in order to stop it and get it to swing back toward the right…and to ME Donald Trump fits that bill perfectly. I don’t think any of the other candidates have the moxy to accomplish this major task, not even Ted Cruz. And honestly…who REALLY WANTS another BUSH in the White House? I certainly do NOT, but that is my own burden to bear and is off-topic. Sundance knocked in a grand slam with this article by the way!

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    • llyod says:

      Well…it may seem like that but Cruz is a slime ball lawyer, using deceptive, manipulating tactics and hiring more scummy people to surround him. His inner circle are all neocons

      his money comes from the establishment’s big banking and big energy sectors

      as he sold his soul for peanuts. If he would have been an honorable person he probably have the vp slot…and my support but now he’ll be a one term senator &
      personally, I wouldn’t micturate on a cruz flambe….


    • progpoker says:

      I don’t think Sundance needs to build bridges with CruzBots. They’ll be sitting out any election that doesn’t include their “messiah”. Their behavior in the weeks leading up to this embarrassing loss in SC was deplorable. Closest thing to #BlackLivesMatter ‘tards I’ve seen on Twitter.

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  3. Rusty abbe says:

    nice analysis but Trump is more of a Rino than the turtle

    Liked by 1 person

    • But the turtle is sure to lose against the Dem, so we have a repeat of the cycle.


    • phil fan says:

      Disagree Rusty. RNC (Rino Central) is owned by Bush family. Trump neither needs nor want them, their money or their operatives…like favorite son Jeb, Rove, etc, etc. Trump wants what is best for America, what is best for us. He’s no bought and sold RINO like Jeb who is slated to LOSE to Hillary. Trump will beat her silly.

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  4. BenY says:

    Even if Cruz was unaware it does not bode well. A “nice guy” just will not make it to turn this behemoth around. I don’t believe he can utter the words “you’re fired”, which will sorely be needed.

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  5. stringy theory says:

    Sundance, what a brilliant essay and how true are the words it contains. I was once a Cruz supporter myself, but the things you discuss about him turned me off. Not only that, I have come to accept as the bitter truth, as you describe it, that Trump is the only hope we have left. The uni-party holds almost all the cards, certainly enough to dispatch Cruz and the other candidates, when the time comes. I hope more and more people come to understand the unpleasant reality we face today and will do what they can to try and save the glorious nation–we can be great again.

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    • thinkingdownstream says:

      I find myself in exactly the same situation except, I can forgive Cruz some of his ‘mistakes’ as Sundance refers to them. However, the corruption of the GOPe can only be eradicated from the outside. No candidate that is beholden to the GOPe and their cronies will or can destroy even the GOP side of the Uni-party control over us.

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  6. I have tried so many times to be kind, discuss policy and resumes, build bridges and welcome Cruz supporters to our Trump tent. Like all conservatives, conviction runs deep and some of us are prideful. I grow weary of the incessant litmus tests for the “purest” conservative because it reminds me of a Salem Witch Trial where good and well-meaning Christians become the persecutors who mistakenly convict the innocent. Who are we to question and “judge” another’s relationship with their God? Christians welcome people to know Christ; we do not run people away because they are not good enough Christians (from one’s own personal viewpoint).

    I no longer care about pride and am fully humbled. We understand what is at stake and we need to win for the sake of our children.

    I’m not voting for Donald Trump because I want to defeat the establishment. I could care less about these “leaders” who have fed at the trough of the US Treasury for years and sold out their ethics for personal gain. I am voting for Trump because I know him (only very briefly), have worked in the same industry and watched his career and continued success for 30 years. I am voting for Trump because I do business in China every day and understand our current trade policy is eviscerating our country one industry at a time. I am voting for Trump because I have children.

    I am voting for Trump because I know, down to my toenails, we would be damn lucky to have him as President of the United States.

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  7. davidfarrar says:

    Jindal’s turn to the Dark Side

    Jindal is trying to sell himself to the U.S. Chamber of Crypto-Fascist, Crony Capitalist as a possible VP for JEB with his recent attack on Trump. If Trump implodes or is somehow relegated to political obscurity (a job best suited to a conservative “outsider”), as “sundance” explains: Ted Cruz will not, and cannot, win the Republican primary due to party rules being rigged to allow only JEB to win the Republican primary, as Jindal well knows.


  8. shipley130 says:

    My grievance with Cruz is that he strikes me as a bit of a phony. There is just no way that I can drop that grievance. We have elected so many phony-baloneys through the decades that we have been totally disgraced as a country. It’s going to take as many decades to try to rebuild a trustworthy country.

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    • Chad says:

      He has literally never given anyone reason to think he is phony about anything. All of the others have…all of them. It has been the exact opposite for Cruz, he’s proven time after time we should trust him.


    • thinkingdownstream says:

      I think that Cruz, like other GOPe indentured candidates, sound phony, because they speak, not from their heart, but from the GOPe-dictated party line. Cruz is sincere in many things he says.. but when judged by his actions, the scales tilt toward adherence to GOPe dictates.


  9. udneicm says:

    Cruz is not eligible. I won’t vote for someone who’s willing to take opportunity from someone that IS eligible. Cruz, Jindal, Rubio: non-candidates. I’ve no respect for those people, anymore, at all.

    Thank you for letting me comment.

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  10. If this is true, and it might well be, the rest of folks running must know, so why don’t they get together and map out a counter plan by coming to an agreement on a candidate of there own.
    If he Country is really at risk and they actually do care that is the least that must be expected of them!!!!!!
    If they do know and they are not willing to put their own aspirations on hold then they are NOT worthy o the Presidency!!!!!!!

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    • Kauf Buch says:

      It might be that you are not familiar with a number (if not all) of the rest of this series of articles here.

      MOST of “…the rest of the folks running” are what have been termed here SPLITTERS…
      Pataki – for New York
      Perry – for Texas
      Rubio – for Florida
      Graham – for South Carolina
      Kasich – for Ohio
      Christie – for Joisey (which exist, unknown), etcetera

      That is to say, many of them have their campaigns funded by mega-donors through PACs and SuperPACs, and in effect do their bidding. Their bidding happens to be (for the moment); lessen the chances of someone like a Cruz or Paul from getting too many votes…then, when appropriate, drop out and throw your delegates to !Cheb!.

      But PLEASE: READ some of the 19 articles listed!


  11. Cynthia Matthews says:

    It seems inevitable, that the GOP pursuance of this course with Party bosses having absolute power–the unfair tactics the RNC is assuming–will surely seal its demise! We hope and pray that these actions of the Republican party to separate from within, those who have been propping it up, will not lose the people of American another Presidential election! The Tea Party types have been propping up the Republican Party–saved it from melting into extinction, putting majorities of Republican into both houses of Congress, with the party bosses attacking all Conservative efforts, even within Congress itself!

    But the Republican party bosses have no “Thanks to express!” And the bullying bosses of the Republican party show no signs of altering their present self destructive course. So, it is clear that the future holds the end of the Republican. Party! No one can save it. The bosses of it will be left standing alone, with only their tricks of their trade to keep them company– the Conservatives who were once in the party will not there with them anymore!

    No one wants a third party. Even Trump’s will cancel itself by default! There’s two parties to every contract–Both required to act in good faith! No one wants a third party but it does look as though there will be no choice about it!

    There may emerge a third party inevitably. But it won’t be like the Ross Perot philosophy. If there is a third party, born during this current campaign, it will be the Republican Party who will get the 19% of the vote. Sadly, that could still split the vote, and lose the election! Stupid Republican party bosses! Absolute power not only corrupts it fosters self destructive actions. And the Republican Party is not lacking in many examples of hurting itself to spite itself!

    Due to the refusal to allow a true Conservative candidate, the GOP may be putting the last nail in its own coffin, as it makes enemies of those who have been giving it life support for years. This with the otherwise easily defeatable Progressive/Socialist/Communists, will become the new and deservedly shameful brand of the Republican Party–also being it’s last political hurrah!

    The GOP, RNC has been pulling off defeat after defeat, defying victory itself for how many years now?! “Enough!” the American people say! God help the Conservatives to victory in 2016–Whoever they are!

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  13. cletus says:

    For me, it’s either trump or nobody.
    Sorry, that’ just the way i feel about it.
    Because if it’s not trump, it’ll be someone with a one hundred percent chance of getting run over by the washington dc machine.
    My days of congratulating myself and patting myself on the back for pulling for someone that is going to wind up destroying this country a little slower than the democrats are over.
    Destroying the country slower is still destroying the country. It’s nothing to congratulate your self about.
    Cruz is a good conservative but he’s shown that he is too weak. He’ll get run over and accomplish exactly nothing. And there’s no way in hell he could even get elected anyway.

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  14. Geo says:

    Im supporting Ted Cruz, yes he has committed some errors but you cannot square that with some of Trump’s positions over the years. Having said that I could easily pull the lever for him (Trump) if it came down to that.

    If he doesn’t live up to what he is saying, it’s no difference from what we already have and have put up with for years now. Rubio, Walker, Kasich and Jebby all have either have or have had the same position on illegal immigration at one time or the other…….which disqualifies them in my book.

    I guess Jindal ( and most of the others) forgot Reagan’s 11th Commandment yesterday. Very disappointing.

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    • thinkingdownstream says:

      Did you read the article? Cruz can’t win. The deck was stack against him quite a while back. Trump or no Trump, Cruz will not be president by dictate of the GOPe.

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  15. Chad says:

    What a garbage article lol. Looks like a Trump supporter who fears Ted Cruz to me. Ted will be president of the united states! He has it all from foreign policy, to the constitution and zero flip flops to his name!


  16. littlebytesnews says:

    Cruz is smart and he has the most grassroots support of all the candidates. Now that Perry has dropped out many of his donors and supporters will likely go to Cruz. Like Reagan, Cruz will win with the grassroots coalition. As more people wake up to Trump and Carson’s faults they will get behind the teaparty conservative Ted Cruz. If Jeb is the choice of the RNC/GOPe, according to this post, then nobody is going to win. But I disagree and believe we the people can still make a difference but we must unite behind the most articulate and principled conservative candidate…and that is Cruz.

    As far as other claims re:CFR etc…they are unfounded smears. Even Trump has many skeletons in his closet from his business ties with Soros to his ties to the mafia and all his donations to democrats even after Obamacare passed.

    I think Cruz has just as good of chance as Trump at winning and in the end believe Cruz will prevail because of his conservative record and ability to debate the issues with facts and common sense solutions.


    • Kauf Buch says:

      I like like Cruz, too. VERY much.
      I also like MATH, too.

      So, PLEASE…tell me: how do you see that Cruz REALISTICALLY has a chance at winning the nomination, as he is currently at 4-5% of the polls?

      Granted, polls are %#§%. Yet, would you risk !Cheb!?!?

      I’m lucky. I live in Florida, so I have until the 15th of March until I vote in a Primary.
      I don’t know where you live.
      But, I intend to see how things shake out by 3/15.

      IF there is a dead heat (I doubt it), I likely might vote for Cruz.
      BUT IF, as I assume (much more likely) Trump is running away with it (so to say), I’ll likely vote for him, to block the threat of RINO !Cheb!.

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    • daughnworks247 says:

      Ahhhhhh, Littlebyte is back again. I already busted you once for copying and pasting and lying about it. You are either well paid by Cruz organization or an EXTREMELY low information voter.

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  18. Virginia11775 says:

    Trump all the way, baby!


    • daughnworks247 says:

      Absolute crap.
      Can be refuted line by line.
      This is what happens when the Cruz narrative begins to crumble before our eyes.


  19. Catmom says:

    Nice try Sundance. You can lead the proverbial horse to water, but…


    • Americat says:

      Yup. Perhaps, perchance, possibly that o.t.h.e.r dancing sun who wrote the article after the Iowa primary… discussing Trump’s poor ground game, etc. Attitude and tone here seems more like that in previous article….


    • Americat says:

      Yup. The mask, once pulled aside, will never mask again!
      Open immigration, open trade,
      Loss of companies, loss of jobs for American…
      Looks the same regardless of who is doing the promoting


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