Catching Up On Some Presidential Campaign Videos and Interviews….

Candidate Donald Trump with Michael Savage:

That interview segway’s well into this next video

A compilation of Ted Cruz Lies vs Donald Trump positions:

Betsy Sharp discusses Donald Trump saving her family farm:

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92 Responses to Catching Up On Some Presidential Campaign Videos and Interviews….

  1. Finalage says:

    Lying Cruz. He’s a disgrace!

    Liked by 8 people

    • cali says:

      Wisely stated! His duplicity is starting to surface this morning on other sites such as his ‘flat tax’ assisting the wealthy (as we know Mercer and his 6 billion dollar debt as reported here by our Sundance), his lying aboutTrump and Rubio addressing Supreme’s Court Decision regaring gay marriage – distorting the meaning of what the two candidate actually said and uz deceptively leaves out words or omplete sentences distorting he truth.
      Cruzis starting to take serious hits!

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    • Crassus says:

      Whenever I see Cruz on video or hear his voice I completely understand why bullies act the way they do towards nerds and geeks.

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  2. “Still, if you will not fight for the right when you can easily win without bloodshed; if you will not fight when your victory will be sure and not too costly; you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a precarious chance of survival. There may even be a worse case. You may have to fight when there is no hope of victory, because it is better to perish than to live as slaves.”

    Winston S. Churchill

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  3. tz says:

    Loved the DisgusTed vid.
    Here’s the difference. Ted is saying Trump is lying with his 2nd Amendment position that has been up for months. But I have no doubt Trump will follow through on his deals.
    Ted has on his site a page saying he will close down five departments. No one asks him how or says its impossible, but I don’t think he will do it anymore than Reagan did energy and education.
    https://www.tedcruz.org/five-for-freedom-summary/
    Good but not enough – no CAFE (fuel economy) standards or the not just clean but stupid pristine EPA mandates – padded cell safety standards – he isn’t abolishing NHTSA or the EPA.

    Side note: People have been hospitalized and died. from eating at Chipoltle, none of them from gunshots.

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    • Tom Fischer says:

      A couple of small points.

      1) Shutting down the IRS (presumably replacing it with ???) would take a team of probably at least 500 accountants and tax lawyers (perhaps many times that). Would take years. Does Cruz have a detailed plan to smooth the inevitable downswing in the economy while the massive transition is being absorbed? The FED has little to no tools left in its Monetary Tools toolbox. They are not in a position to help. Has Cruz ever managed a massive project like this?

      2) Department of Energy also manages the Nuclear Energy portfolio of the country. What is Ted’s plan to manage that.

      Has Ted Cruz ever managed anything. Does he even manage his Senate Office?

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      • parteagirl says:

        Excellent questions, Tom. Here’s another one:
        What kind of people will Ted Cruz surround himself with if he is elected?

        If they are anything like his campaign manager, Jeff Roe, or his team that acts more like the tv production team of PUNK’D than a presidential campaign team, then Ted Cruz is not someone I want sitting behind the Resolute Desk.

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        • JRD says:

          “Personnel is policy” – Ronald Reagan

          “Personnel is policy because you can’t have Reaganism without Reaganites,” said Richard Viguerie, a conservative publisher and mail-order fund-raiser for right-wing causes. “Unless the personnel changes, we’e going to have policy different from that Ronald Reagan promised us.”

          How does someone like Viguerie endorse Televangelist Ted who is more like LBJ than Reagan.

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          • parteagirl says:

            That’s a great question, too, JRD. Some Cruz supporters I know are still in denial that he is not who they thought he was.

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          • Lots of the Reagan Administration people were from the Left Wing (“East Coast”) of the party. It was hard to find a self-described liberal in the Democrat party right after Reagan won his unexpected landslide, and virtually impossible to locate an admitted Republican liberal outside of New England.
            The various Republican factions obeyed Reagan while he was in office, and went back to their old ways afterward.
            Some of them sold out early and worked with Clinton, just to stay in power. And the G.H.W. Bush story is obvious. Consider how different many of these Republicans are from each other in beliefs and honesty. Reagan was a powerful head of the party that brought these disparate people, many of them despicable, even at the time, together in a successful stalling of leftist progressivism. They have simply become more despicable over time.

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        • Ono says:

          What kind of people will Cruz surround himself with? Goldman Sachs puppeteers.

          Liked by 4 people

        • palerider1861 says:

          Perhaps Cruz could create a new federal department Health for Beck called “Department of Unhinged Impossibilities”.

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      • Michelle says:

        Ted Cruz wants to shut down the IRS so they don’t investigate him on his loans and financial issues.

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        • longiron2 says:

          Cruz money guy Robert Mercer owns 16 – 18 Billion, yes Billion to the IRS. If Cruz gets elected and the IRS goes away guess who WINS. If he ties 100 million to get Cruz elected what a return on investment! Even if Cruz does not get rid of the IRS Mercer fines get reduced to peanuts. Mercer also is a major stake in Bierbart and wonder why they carry Cruz water every time ? Mercer also is tied in financially with Beck, the nut job. Connect the dots and an see all of Cruz paths and positions.

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          • Gail Combs says:

            Robert Mercer is wierd.

            According to one associate, a thinker said to be influential with Mercer is Murray Rothbard. He funds some of the medical research by Art Robinson (I have read Access to Energy for years) Cato Institute, Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise, Anti-Agenda 21 activism and other ‘fringe elements” ….

            You would think he would be behind Donald Trump. Unless it is a case of two Alphas going at each other. Or maybe Mercer is puting a choke collar on Cruz. HMMmmm

            http://www.bloomberg.com/politics/features/2016-01-20/what-kind-of-man-spends-millions-to-elect-ted-cruz-

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            • Mike says:

              As more things negative things come out about Ted Cruz, Robert Mercer may have a case of “buyer’s remorse.”

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            • chrystalia99 says:

              Mercer is pretty high on the weird scale, to be sure, but I would guess much of his motives for working with Cruz derive from to separate issues:

              He is much interested in the future uses of psychographic segmentation, psychogrphic analysis, and related developing science and methodologies–that’s why he’s connected with Cambridge Analytica. And I would guess from his other associations that his reasons for this passionate interest are not good ones, so to speak.
              He does owe the feds a trainload of money, literally–getting your guy elected president opens a lot of dorrs in terms of negotiation and remediation. And given that the kleptocracy is very much interested in the work CA does as well, he goes into this with two major bargaining chips, not one. The first bargaining chip is getting Cruz elected and showing that CA’s interventions did influence the process in a statistically significant way–and his bought and paid for president is the second bargaining chip.

              He’s not with Trump because he (meaning Mercer) has been working with CA–and they would have told him beforehand which presidential candidate would best suit his purposes, and theirs.

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        • Ono says:

          “Crus will shut down the Fed”

          Another Cruz Lie!

          Cruz gets support from Goldman Sachs. Goldman Sachs is a member Federal reserve bank. The IRS is the federal reserve interest collection agency. Goldman Sachs will not allow Ted to bite the hand that feeds him.

          The Fed has never even been audited, yet when fellow Tea Party Senator Rand Paul introduced legislation to do so; Ted was a No Show! If Ted is serious about abolishing the IRS he would have comer to work that day.

          The only thing Cruz is consistent about is that everything that comes out of his mouth is a lie.

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      • rebel53blog says:

        Rafael is like being on a blind date with someone you don’t want to be with!!!
        TRUMP TRAIN 2016

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      • swissik says:

        Nobody, not Trump, not Rubio, not Cruz, certainly not any of the Dems is going to shut down the IRS. I wish it could be done, but it is just a nice dream.

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      • Crassus says:

        The graveyards are full of presidential candidates who swore they would abolish the IRS.

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    • sandraopines says:

      Here is Senator Tom Coburn on Ted Cruz on video in 2013

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    • sDee says:

      Correct it still would not make him an NBC.

      NBC is quite clear when viewed through the Founders intentions to stop usurpation of the Presidency.

      Did the Founders intend British loyalist could return to England, father a son with the KIng and that son would be eligible for President?

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    • NJF says:

      A couple of weeks ago someone posted a link about a challenge for the ballot in I think IL, and it was determined he is eligible. The story linked to a 150+ page “decision” which made the determination.

      I skimmed through it and could not find any reference to what documents were produced which would validate the decision. In essence, the take away is “well Sen. Cruz says so………..”

      Do we have any lawyers in the house??? I’m going to dig up the link as I made a point of saving it.

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        • redlegleader68 says:

          It’s the IL “Board of Elections” not a court, and certainly not a US Federal Court, meaning the SCOTUS.

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          • NJF says:

            I get that. But what is irksome is that the headline reads “IL declares Cruz a NBC”

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            • WSB says:

              I also remember that there were quite a few motions set forward by Congress to confirm that both McCain and Obama were eligible. I do not remember McCain or Obama submitting any exhibits, though.

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              • Jett Black says:

                As I recall, McCain presented documentation of his birth at a U.S. military installation in the Panama Canal Zone, while his father was stationed there. <0 famously sealed his records and later produced a forged or at best “modified” pdf of a certificate of live birth from Hawaii. Cruz can’t get close to either, based on the information we already know. So how much worse must his sealed records be?

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          • WSB says:

            I may be wrong, but doesn’t Congress have the jurisdiction to determine eligibility for President? Who has the authority to determine natural born status? Immigration Services?

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            • rashamon says:

              No, only how to naturalize citizens. A “natural born” citizen was a term well understood at the time The Constitution was written and an Amendment would be needed to change it. The interpretation of the term for those who want to press the issue would probably have to go to the SCOTUS.

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              • Dr. Bogus Pachysandra says:

                And Scrotus is equally split 4 to 4. A tie vote would result in upholding a lower court’s decision, right?

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              • platypus says:

                I think you’re incorrect. All authority for naturalization is vested in Congress. There cannot be any way to create a citizen unless there is also authority to define a citizen. As far as what NBC meant at the time and whether the Framers understood that, they saw fit NOT to include a definition into the constitution which means that it is up to Congress to define the term. Only if they put a definition in the constitution could the Supreme Court interpret it and then only after someone with standing could articulate an injury for which NBC was material to the injury.

                My advice to everyone discussing this subject is to exercise ultimate authority by voting against anyone who YOU determine is not NBC. That’s it, folks. .

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    • Prettyplease says:

      …Parents may also choose to apply only for a U.S. passport for the child. Like a CRBA, a full validity, unexpired U.S. passport is proof of U.S. citizenship…

      In theory , I agree with the CRBA should have been applied for at birth which may not have been done for various reasons. But…I also have read recently that Cruz did apply for a passport around the age of sixteen to go on a trip to the UK. If he did in fact somehow obtain a US passport at that time, he could possibly slither through the crack via the above even though he was no longer an infant, but still a minor as long as the original passport is still valid. Which would explain Cruz’s smug attitude towards Trump’s threat to sue. It shoots a hole in his assertion that HE DID NOT KNOW he had Canadian citizenship until 2014 bc he had to have seen his birth certificate. I leave it to minds smarter than mine as to whether my premise has potential.

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    • sDee says:

      “The tiny Isle of Bute in the Firth of Clyde, which had a total population of just 6,498 in 2011, is expected to take in around 1,000 Syrian migrants”

      In a nutshell this is the intent the globalists have for all Western nations – poison the wells.

      We are not far in America. Scalia’s removal points the way to a Supreme Court that will ensure such arrests here – and worse.

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  4. sundance says:

    Here’s another one you might have missed:

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  5. grlangworth says:

    From these stories about Annabell Hill’s husband, and the Good Samaritans on the highway in NYC, Mr. Trump shows he really appreciates these opportunities to be useful.

    This is also why he is drawn to confessing that he is our messenger.

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  6. The two judges Trump mentioned.
    Diane S. Sykes;
    Federal Judge on the Seventh Circuit , U.S. Court of appeals, former Justice Wisconsin Supreme Court. Appears to be a fighter not afraid to voice dissent. Already a leading GOP contender for Supreme Court.
    William H. Pryor Jr.;
    U.S. Court of Appeals Eleventh Circuit. Young, and must be doing something right, the lefty, People for the American Way, have a real hate throb against him.
    Got Judge Moore back on the bench. Here’s a video; Moral Duty & Rule of Law.

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    • Excuse me, as Attorney General of Alabama sought Moore’s removal. This video is in defense of that pursuit.

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      • parteagirl says:

        People have taken what I see as a simple compliment to his sister as some kind of signal as to what Trump’s looking for in a judicial nomination so I’m glad that he put these two fine examples of judges out there as an example of the kinds of justices he would consider nominating.

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        • Michelle says:

          Exactly. And if you read the full interview that’s not what he said at all. He just said she was a great judge, which is true. But he said there would be issues in nominating her.

          Liked by 3 people

          • Michelle says:

            As in ultimately he wouldn’t nominate her, something like that. It was like, she’s a great judge but…

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          • chrystalia99 says:

            Since she is a Republican who was nominated to her first bench by Reagan, got her second from Clinton, and apparently runs a tough court, it’s kind of a shame that there would be issues, actually. I took a look at all I could find on her when he said that, just to see how the GOPers would attack the issue.

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        • Mike says:

          Trump said to a reporter that he would NOT nominate his sister due to a “conflict of interest.” or something very close to that. It was very short as he was fielding questions from a bunch of reporters However, I am going from memory, and don’t remember what video it was where I saw it. .It was recent, like within the last couple of weeks.

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      • Totally Domestic says:

        I’ll take Roy Moore over this guy any day.

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    • Bill Pryor is a protege of Jeff Sessions.

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  7. Wiggy says:

    Having Cruz telling those lies on video just seals the deal that he cannot deny. I know Trump has been saying the right things for months at most of his rallies. So I don’t understand why Cruz has to lie.

    Let us not forget the mailer he sent out in Iowa. While they have been used in other states, the Iowa Governor said one aspect of this one was in violation of Iowa Law. Now take that plus Cruz failing to acknowledge his two loans on a Federal Form, a violating of Law. Do we want a man for President who had deliberately broken the Law? Then lying about Dr Carson just shows that he really stole the Iowa Caucus.

    Now he’s really gone over the edge with all these lies in SC. Why isn’t he forced out of the race in disgrace?

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    • Michelle says:

      He lies because that is the only way he can win votes and he knows it. Simple as that. He knows he can’t “win” without deceit and lies. If he was confident in himself and his abilities he wouldn’t feel the need to lie—so not only is he a liar but he is also telling us that HE (Cruz) is not qualified or capable.

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  8. TheFenian says:

    Michael Savage treats Donald Trump with such a great deal of respect as is befitting for a man who will be the President of the United States in less than one year. In turn, the respect I have for Savage has grown exponentally.

    Savage has ALWAYS been the voice and the intellectual leader of what we now call the insurgency and it’s wonderful that he’s finally being recognized.

    Hearing the truth makes many people uncomfortable and Savage’s relentless truth telling and common sense has made many uncomfortable with him over the last 2 decades – just like Trump makes many uncomfortable now.

    As for the Cruz lies video –
    This is like bizzaro world. I would have to surmise that Cruz’s physiological profiles of his likely supporters shows that low-information, semi-retarded, semi-literate rubes are his core constituency. How else to explain such ludicrous lies? How else to explain parading Beck around?

    There is something demonic about Cruz. There, I said it: demonic. As one who believes in good & evil, heaven & hell, God & the devil, I have no compunction in stating that Cruz is, I firmly believe, an agent of satan and he frightens me.

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    • DEGinTN says:

      I agree Fenian. There is something about Ted that is diabolical. Perhaps it is his and his fathers insistence that Teddie is ‘chosen’. Satan is the father of all lies and Ted speaks lies in abundance.

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  9. NJF says:

    And we now have gas lighting re: Scalia

    On morning joe some NYT idiot said, “and now Trump has started the he was murdered conspiracy.”

    That is not what happened, in a couple of interviews he was asked “what do you make of reports that Scalia was found with a pillow over his head?”

    He answered as any rational person would, by stating “well that’s certainly unusual.”

    The NYT keeps trying paint him as a proud member of the tin foil brigade. It’s so infuriating.

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    • Backspin says:

      The NYT ‘ Old Grey ” Spy ” Lady ‘ with decades of proven C.I.A – cover / influence peddling / and fake news distortion programs , ………….. they make Alex Jones and Hal Lindsey look downright pullitzer prize worthy.

      see; CIA and the media by Carl Bernstein as a primer.

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    • margo says:

      If it is true Valarie Jarrett has secret Service protection, why didn’t Scalia? She has no value to any of us! Only to O.

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    • chrystalia99 says:

      The Grey Lady had best hope he doesn’t bring up their current efforts to use eminent domain against some prime property (that has a historic family news stand on it)–and the guy who owns it–in NYC for their new offices…. If the one they’re working on now falls through, they have at least two others ready to go:-). And yes, I tweeted that to his staff when the ED issue came up…

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  10. So, what is Cruz’s ‘rally’ schedule (or should I say visitation schedule at gas stations, restaurants, etc.). A gaggle of Trump supporters should visit each one and trump his event!

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  11. elena19501 says:

    Each Republican contender wants to go one on one with Trump…Are they so stupid that don’t understand that in order to do it, they need to stop going after Trump and go after each other. They are no rivals to Donald, but to each other.
    Are they THAT dumb and want to run our country?
    Or there is something else? Republican establishment will not let them do it? Why? Something is really sinister about it…
    Any thoughts?

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  12. NJF says:

    Cruz announced a press conference??? Any moment according to CNN

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  13. Malatrope says:

    Good “catching up”, Sundance! And for the very first time that I’ve seen you’ve made a grammatical error: it’s “segue” (a transition), not “segway” (a silly-looking scooter).

    Thanks for all the coverage you provide on this site, it’s a one-stop Trump shop. You must spend all your waking time watching videos…

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  14. barton2016 says:

    Trump should call for a full FBI investigation into Scalia’s death.

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  15. Steve in Greensboro says:

    I may be a little late to the party, but I am done with Rush.

    His program has become like Glenn Beck’s, one long stream of biased criticism of Trump. Everybody understands that Beck is mentally unbalanced. But I wonder why Rush is doing this. He has enough money, so it can’t be that.

    The only thing Rush has is his credibility with his listeners and he has lost that with me.

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    • kallibella says:

      Agree. I listened to him today for a short while and was angry as how he characterized Trump’s supporters. In a nutshell, as Rush interacted with a caller who made a point to equate Trump’s supporters with Obama’s supporters, Rush agreed with the caller’s point when Rush said that there is an emotional component to supporting Trump. That ours is an emotionally driven support much as Obama’s supporters were in 2008. Though admittedly Rush conceded that the reasons [for our emotions] are very different. And though at another time Rush admitted that we are extremely well aware of what is going on politically, and are well informed, all boils down to our anger clouding our judgment.

      I reject Rush’s characterization of my support for Trump. Though anger is certainly a strong emotion, I support Trump because on the issues that matter to me; Trump is taking the decidedly conservative approach to tackle and resolve each one of those issues.

      When Trump talks about immigration, legal and illegal, I find his position to be pro-America, pro-freedom and comports with the Rule of Law.

      When Trump talks about Oevil’scare, as in repeal and replace, he advances free-market ideas for dealing with health insurance AND he is compassionate in that the health care we already have intended for the poorest among us, he means to reform, to rid it of fraud and abuse, to make it work for the intended purpose, as in VA for our heroes’ benefit.

      When Trump talks about his tax reforms, one sees the lower-taxes philosophy and tried and true method of creating incentives for big corporations, investors, and everyday working Americans.

      When he says no to Common Core and to let the local school districts apply solutions and implement mechanism on a local level, I see that as a conservative approach.

      When Trump talks about national security, building the wall, no to illegals, yes to deportations, not to muslim unvetted refugees, I see that as defending our borders and homeland from foreign invaders who mean to war against us here on our soil.

      When Trump talks about trade, he means let America participate and be treated fairly such that American innovation, ingenuity, labor force and economy are benefited, as opposed to being taken for a ride by the Chinese and Mexico and everybody else because we can’t negotiate a favorable/winning deal for the US.

      When Trump talks about working with Congress, he doesn’t mean it as in giving up deeply held convictions and giving into the pressures of political correctness, so as not to be seen as obstructionist, but rather he means it working with Congress to advance the cause of America, to stop runaway spending, abuse, fraud, and to stop the erosion of individual freedom afforded to us by the Constitution.

      I get a strong impression that when Trump is in the midst of making a deal, those with whom he is dealing, see the disadvantage of rejecting a Trump deal because Trump must make it very profitable to be in his deal. That is why he is a brilliant and extremely successful business person. He is a fair person, otherwise he couldn’t find anybody to “deal” with him to get his massive project to completion.

      In these and so many other issues, I hear him taking the “Conservative” route.
      Contrast his successful record with that of Marco’s senatorial record, AND for that matter with that of Ted’s record. Ted has not been able to even form a steady coalition to advance the conservative principles/initiatives he says are important to him. Not meaning to be unfair to Ted, but he has had his chance and, personally, I find his record extremely lackluster.

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    • Crassus says:

      Rush doesn’t support Trump because Trump has also exposed the phoniness and hypocrisy of Conservatism, Inc. of which Rush is a founding member. To support Trump means that Rush must admit to himself that his entire career has been a lie. This he will never do.

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  16. kallibella says:

    Oh MY!!! They are all salivating. The latest NCB/WSJ national poll. Trump behind Cruz by 2 percentage points. Sample: small, 400 GOP primary voters. Margin of error:4.9%, big.

    http://www.nbcnews.com/meet-the-press/surprise-trump-falls-behind-cruz-national-nbc-wsj-poll-n520296

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