Jeb Bush Meets With Rubio, Kaisch and Cruz to Review “Stop Trump” Plans…

Interesting.  Jeb was always the GOPe candidate.  The 2014 road map was constructed exclusively for Jeb.  At least 12, perhaps more, of the original candidates were part of Team Jeb.  Jeb Bush carries 4 delegates.  Jeb continues to be on every ballot. Jeb Bush will be in leadership role at GOP convention.  Jeb Bush always said he’d win the nomination by losing the primary.  Is Jeb Bush the convention candidate?

why jeb 2He met with Rubio first today.

(Via ABC) Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush may be out of the presidential race but he’s not out of the game. In advance of the CNN debate at the University of Miami Thursday, Bush is meeting with all the remaining GOP candidates except his former foe, Donald Trump.

Bush will meet with Florida Sen. Marco Rubio today, then Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz on Thursday, according to a Bush spokesperson.

Many former Bush donors are now supporting Rubio and expect Bush to do the same. Rubio faces an uphill battle to score a primary victory in Florida, widely regarded as a must-win for the senator who had a dismal showing in Tuesday’s voting. (Link)

bush affluenza

This entry was posted in Election 2016, Jeb Bush, Kasich / NDfA GOPe War, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

353 Responses to Jeb Bush Meets With Rubio, Kaisch and Cruz to Review “Stop Trump” Plans…

  1. Howie says:

    Of course Jeb is the spider in the center of the web. The GOP will do whatever it takes to run Bush/Kasich. They will lose but it does not matter. They already have all the videos made of his life and all the balloons are ready. IMO it is going to be Clinton v Booosh v Trump in a three way battle. Now, is is just a hunch and a guess. Maybe they will form a third party if they have to. Ahhh Dunno.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Jett Black says:

      Actually, I think Pappy is still at the center of the web and pulling all the strings through others. He’s tried to pass on his knowledge and position to GW and Jeb!, but they’re not even raggedy patches on that mean, savvy, hyper-connected sumbitch. Funny part is it looks like we’re getting ringside seats to the fall of the house of Bush. Couldn’t happen to a nicer nest of brown recluses.

      Liked by 19 people

    • lmg says:

      It’s going to be interesting when they drop the balloons at the convention after Trump’s acceptance speech and they all say “Jeb!” on them.

      Liked by 18 people

    • Concerned Virginian says:

      Can anybody please tell me where Mitt Romney fits into the “spider web”? It seems to me that Mitt thinks he can control the GOP establishment and the upcoming Republican convention also. Is there any possibility that Jeb and Mitt are coordinating this “non-bloody coup” of our voting/convention system? If that’s the case, I would pay money to see which one of them “neutralizes” the other in order to have all the power to himself.

      Liked by 2 people

      • elena19501 says:

        Jeb will win over Mitt. Bushes are very powerful crime family. Mitt just their boy who does what they tell him to do. When Bushed needed they put Obama in the White House with Mitt pretend run for the White House.,

        Liked by 6 people

        • Empress says:

          Sure. Aren’t Mitts for catching?

          Liked by 3 people

        • Prothonotary Warbler says:

          I’ve been saying that Mitt took a dive against Obama, but his big anti-Trump speech last week got me to wondering if maybe I was wrong about that; maybe he just actually very good at this “politics” thing.

          After all, he failed to anticipate what has thus far been Trump’s stock answer when some GOPer attacks him…. “He came to me asking for money.”

          This is an effective response, because it makes Trump look like a boss and it makes the attacker look two-faced. It also has the benefit of being true every time it’s been deployed.

          Romney failed to anticipate this in his speech; he had to take to Twitter later with a pathetic attempt to counter it.

          Still… I think he did take a dive against Obama; his real purpose as the 2012 GOP nominee was to leave the field cleared for Jeb to run this year. He was, after all, very effective at attacking his GOP rivals during the primaries.

          He just hasn’t been up against a candidate like Trump before.

          Liked by 4 people

        • singtune says:

          Believe you are Correct “elena1950”!

          Liked by 1 person

      • sDee says:

        Mitt follows orders and is well rewarded.

        Liked by 1 person

      • shallbe4 says:

        Mitt Romney is a business man but also an Elitist. So maybe the other elitists want to convince us Trump supporters that he is a more polite Trump. Don’t pay attention to the fact that Romney is a choker and under the rules as they now stand Romney cannot get the nomination for President without having won 8 Primaries. Oh yeah and he has also lost twice.

        Like

    • Ted Cruz is a Bush lackey he is in the thick of things the claim that he is an outsider is laughable. They will back Ted and he will flip flop back and support TPP again. People keep forgetting Cruz helped craft GW’s amnesty plan and he was for birthright citizenship before he was against it. He planned to legalize illegal aliens too.

      Neil Bush join’s OUTSIDER (sarc) Ted Cruz’s team
      http://stumpinfortrump.com/2016/03/08/trump-near-certain-defeat-democrat-november-according-primary-model/

      Cruz’s poison pill lies

      Ted Cruz Conflicting Stances on Birthright Citizenship [14th Amendment]

      Ted Cruz would Double Immigration, add 500% worker Visas and legalize illegals.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Empress says:

        The deception is blatant, the denial pathetic, and acceptance infuriating. Whosoever is running the world is grossly dark and inapposite. The rest of us who haven’t pledged our souls to the luciferian lord of destruction and selfishness need to wake up and get it, and either out-right rail against the evil or cleverly maneuver the corridors of Hades to outwit the Devil.

        Liked by 4 people

      • Robert John says:

        I agree and can’t understand how Cruz us getting away with it. Trump needs to expose him.

        Liked by 2 people

  2. WeThePeople2016 says:

    FOX News Gained 700,000 Viewers for Trump Victory Speech – Lost One Million Viewers When It was Over

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/03/fox-news-gained-700000-viewers-for-trump-victory-speech-lost-one-million-viewers-when-it-was-over/

    Liked by 17 people

    • lmg says:

      45 minutes of free media on three cable news networks Tuesday night. Two hours of free media tonight on FNC (Hannity) and CNN (Anderson Cooper). (Trump tweeted the announcements.) Plus 2 more anti-Rubio commercials for Florida tweeted out.

      Liked by 8 people

    • Just Scott says:

      I have to share this comment from under that article: ” ”

      Darla Hellewell -> ObamaTrump • 6 hours ago
      Get it through your pointed head.We don’t care if he isn’t a far right conservative who hates everyone and think they are better like the GOP Establishment does………..we want someone to kick the door down and get something DONE for WE THE PEOPLE instead of lobbyist and donors…….

      Liked by 6 people

    • brcajun says:

      I would not give them no time. I started with cnn and they took a station break and I finished with msnbc. To hades with FOX other than Judge Jeanine. She is a gem and she knows Mr. Donald over many years in the legal and with his family and hers. I sometimes look at Lou Dobb’s and he is pretty much fair and balanced. At times he has guests who are angry people against Trump and the off button occurs.

      Liked by 2 people

  3. Chris says:

    Are there not laws on the books to prevent plotting to overthrow the government, as such these men are?

    Who can pursue these men who come after the free republic?

    What can one do to these men that makes it so they wish they never usurped power?

    Any ideas or is my line of thinking off base?

    Liked by 7 people

    • Gail Combs says:

      The problem is the traitors have infiltrated the entire government and we no longer have the Rule of Law. Even the Supreme Court is corrupt and has been since FDR threatened to pack the court if the ‘Nine Old Men’ did not do his bidding. (FDR was a globalist/international Bankster puppet.)

      Liked by 5 people

    • Mike says:

      We reached the point of “None dare call it treason” last year or some time before. Even Trump only calls them incompetent. We are in deep caca, and this is our last chance.

      Liked by 5 people

      • NCPatrick says:

        Mike, Trump knows even better than we do that the entire system is corrupt … heck everybody knows it … but Trump is playing a cat and mouse game with them since he isn’t President yet. He knows the country is at the edge of the cliff right now and he is brave enough to tackle the filthy mess that exists. So for now he calls them stupid people and sometimes says “or something else.”

        But once he is in office and has power, the corruptocrats will be exposed. It’s probably why so many of these dirty bums are fighting for their lives. Is everybody in Washington a skirt chaser, thief or pedophile? It surely looks like it. Even more than lobbyist money, I think, are their personal lifestyles and habits. I almost cried reading Roger Stone’s Bush family book …

        Liked by 2 people

    • mik says:

      We do have something to stop it. Our founding fathers gave us the Constitution and the 2nd Amendment to help us keep it.

      Liked by 3 people

    • joshua says:

      second amendment comes to mind? heck, spoken like a Texas fool I recon…

      Like

    • money4mesite says:

      I think we must be ready to go to the convention and fight.

      Like

    • brcajun says:

      They have laws and it is called elected will of the people and I would put that in the neighborhood of treason! Treason is a crime that may or does cause harm to our country.

      Like

  4. starfcker says:

    Just remember this. The debate tomorrow night is last chance. If they can’t ding him hard, it’s over. They had some success last week. I doubt they will succeed twice. Mr. Trump will be ready. Game on. And it’s over tuesday.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Martin says:

      I don’t think they had any success.

      Liked by 5 people

    • lmg says:

      If he would respond to attacks with, “These lies have to stop. It’s time for the party to unify behind the front-runner and prepare to beat Hillary Clinton,” and answer stupid questions by pivoting to issues, he’ll be great.

      Liked by 5 people

    • LP says:

      The line of attack will be his business dealings (Trump U and his taxes will be just back-filler). The leaks on this are already out there. It will start with the innuendos then will be fleshed out with twisted facts, i.e. mob connections, Chinese connections and so on. They have decided that Trump’s emotional triggers are any aspersions on his record as a successful businessman. They tried the other trigger (his manhood) via the Rubio vector that badly misfired.
      I think Mr Trump knows this will be the incoming fire and explains the display of his products at the presser. He also reinforced their biases so they think they can damage him by pressing this emotional trigger. I believe he will be prepared. Keep calm and carry on.

      Liked by 6 people

      • jackmcg says:

        Very pro analysis there re: “triggers”. Maybe not emotional per se as he’s always calm, but Trump realizes he absolutely MUST defend his business record as its a key to his candidacy and competence. He’s done fine with it so far, but it keeps him on defense.

        The good thing about the GOPe going Full Mississippi is they are blowing the lid off the Clinton oppo file as well. By the time the general election rolls around, he’ll have made his case on these things, and he’ll have his arguments very honed.

        Its good for him in a way. GOPe is giving him the flu, and he’s developing antibodies.

        Liked by 11 people

        • Jenny R. says:

          I’m thinking Jeb is actually a “trigger” — Trump seems to absolutely despise Jeb (and this may be for a very good reason). I think that may be the plan: use Jeb as a way to make Trump look like a person with a personal vendetta.

          Like

      • MVW says:

        He will need a fax machine in his back pack so he can hand out the documents as the Candy Crowley moments pile on. Then there is the how do you balance the budget and cut taxes, and where will you find a trillion in east fraud and abuse if the Gruberment only spends 50 cents on consultants, cronies, bureaucrats, jumbo jets and gangs of propaganda think tanks.

        Like

  5. sandraopines says:

    Liked by 1 person

  6. giddyup says:

    one thing i would like to see is trump tie cruz to the bush family. cruz helped bush 43 during the florida fiasco, was in his administration for a time, helped bush get the evangelical vote, and now neil bush is helping cruz. cruz has been nothing but a tool for bush.

    Liked by 8 people

    • lmg says:

      When ALL of the Florida ballots were recounted by two MSM teams, some months after the 2000 election, they found that Bush had clearly won, and by a larger margin than originally reported. What Gore was trying to do by going into the two counties that were most favorable to him and counting only those votes was clearly fraudulent. They were also manufacturing votes that were never cast. Meanwhile the Democrat dominated FL Supreme Court was changing the election rules after the election had been run. However much we may not like Cruz now, he did nothing wrong then. He was on the right side. So was the Supreme Court of the US.

      (And for the record, I voted for Gore.)

      Liked by 6 people

  7. NHVoter says:

    Is Laura Ingraham finally realizing that Cruz is a Bushie?

    Liked by 7 people

  8. barton2016 says:

    Zuckerberg’s personal senator just began his own town hall. Free media sponsored by MSNBC.

    Liked by 2 people

  9. JT says:

    Jeb is an accomplished saboteur. Look what he did tis own candidacy.

    Liked by 3 people

  10. NHVoter says:

    Liked by 5 people

  11. kinthenorthwest says:

    Cruz is so INELIGIBLE it not even funny. We are suppose to destroy our constitution so this man can run for POTUS…

    Liked by 6 people

  12. jackmcg says:

    This further makes the case that Cruz will never be the nominee, no matter how close he gets to 1237.

    The post mortem will show he was irrecoverably dead after South Carolina. The rest was all splitting off evangelicals, very conservative voters, and some immigration patriots where he could.

    Funny enough, Cruz is the only splitter who has done his job effectively so far.

    You have to wonder: Since Cruz is not an insurgent but a splitter and always was (Fiorina PAC donation), who was the Roadmap designed to prevent? Not Cruz. They didn’t need to get creative to deny him the nomination. Remember: Born in Canada. They could have pulled the cord on that immediately and never let him run. I feel like a piece is missing.

    Liked by 5 people

    • LP says:

      As I read it the ‘roadmap’ was not designed to prevent but to support the favoured candidate. Mr Cruz (and Rubio’s) ineligibility was known. That is the missing piece. You don’t believe that when Mr Cruz was working on public policy for the Bush clan at the start of his political career he wasn’t vetted? GH just needed to call his former colleagues at Langley to profile him. His records were sealed to give him plausibility until his services were no longer needed. He will get his reward.

      Liked by 7 people

  13. sandraopines says:

    I am just amazed and frankly dizzy from all the moving political parts presently in play.

    Liked by 3 people

    • cycle1 says:

      They care way more about their power then the will of the people…

      Liked by 6 people

    • truthandjustice says:

      Yes – we knew that was coming, huh???!!! Wonder what and how Trump will react???

      Liked by 2 people

      • singtune says:

        I think TRUMP Knew they would TRY everything Possible. I am sure he has a plan~~but it will sure be Interesting to see how Donald Plays this Game.

        Like

        • tg159 says:

          Just a thought.Donald Trump has played these scenarios out over and over in his mind and with his confidants and understands that under NO scenario will the GOPe ever let him win the nomination.They will sacrifice their chance to win the White House and their majorities in Congress to maintain control of the Republican party.What if the Republican party itself can’t be saved?What if the oligarchy that controls the party is too powerful and entrenched to wrest control from? Maybe Donald Trump’s end game is not to actually win the nomination.Maybe his end game is to expose these tyrants for who they are and destroy the GOP and go form a 3rd party that would be a truly opposition party to the globalist in this country.
          This would explain him not taking the pledge to support the GOP nominee right off the bat.I’m very confident that the pledge he signed gives him a way out when the GOPe screws him over.It would also explain why Donald Trump hasn’t spent hardly any money in the primaries so far.He is saving up his war chest to get a 3rd party off the ground.The rallies themselves are a great way to organize people for a 3rd party.The primary is nothing more than a ruse so he can expose all the rats in the GOP,so when the GOP goes down and we jump ship into a new party we know who not to let into our new party.
          This all but a thought but I don’t think it is too far fetched.

          Like

  14. JoeS says:

    This is the picture of Jeb! in Iowa with the black hand!

    I hope that he endorses Cruz. Then we can eliminate Cruz next.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. kinthenorthwest says:

    quite interesting HMMMM

    Liked by 6 people

  16. geoffb5 says:

    Jen Rubin, Megan McCain, endorse Cruz, the oh so “outsider.”

    Liked by 1 person

  17. NHVoter says:

    Liked by 1 person

  18. Sandy says:

    Jeb Bush is soooooo upset that Trump pushed him out he will do anything against Trump. Bush is a slimeball!!! What makes these Clintons and Bush slimes think they are in control of Washington forever. These people are so CORRUPT and think the world revolves around them!!!! America is FOR THE PEOPLE……NOT for the politicians!

    Liked by 6 people

    • tz says:

      Jeb! is so low energy that even with zero momentum, his positions are so miniscule they are less than Planck’s constant (Physicists will see the humor)

      Like

  19. kinthenorthwest says:

    The $hit keeps getting deeper and deeper doesn’t it.

    Liked by 4 people

  20. kinthenorthwest says:

    I’m researching this now

    Like

  21. cwf60 says:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2016/03/08/jeb-bushs-brother-neil-joins-ted-cruzs-finance-team/

    http://www.rationalrevolution.net/war/bush_family_and_the_s.htm

    It does not get much better than this in exposing the Bushes. Neil Bush has not been in the news, since the Silverado Savings and Loan debacle decades ago. It was announced today that Neil Bush joins Ted Cruz’s finance team. Ted Cruz opened himself up for criticism by aligning himself with Neil Bush. You do not get more inside the establishment than the Bush family. I never did think Cruz was outside the circle of trust and now he proves it. I wonder how his supporters feel about this new development in the Cruz candidacy.

    Liked by 5 people

  22. rinokiller says:

    All this has proved that TRUMP has been the TRUE and ONLY OUTSIDER all this time!

    Liked by 5 people

  23. tz says:

    https://market-ticker.org/akcs-www?singlepost=3402547

    Excellent point made. And Cruz is now dead to me BECAUSE OF HIS RECORD.

    When did Cruz or Rubio EVER file bills to repeal all the unconstitutional stuff they rail against (mostly Cruz)?

    Can anyone here, or any Cruz supporter name A SINGLE FREAKING BILL Cruz introduced, supported, filibustered or otherwise burned the candle at both ends in support of to repeal or even mitigate anything he calls unconstitutional and would abolish or defund?

    I can’t. He says he will abolish the EPA, IRS, etc. but they could defund them now. The GOP controls the house and senate. If these are “popular” they shouldn’t have to worry about “government shutdowns”.

    Name anything he proposes he has introduced a bill to even begin the process while a senator. If Cruz cannot convince his fellow GOP members in the house and senate TODAY, why bother about the presidency?

    Is he lying? Or is he a weak milquetoast useful idiot who will do what McConnell and Ryan says? Either way, why in heaven’s name would I or anyone with half a brain want him in the Whitehouse?

    Liked by 5 people

    • Crassus says:

      The graveyards are full of presidential candidates who said they would abolish the IRS. I have to laugh my ass off whenever I hear a candidate saying that. It will never happen. Just boob bait for the boobs.

      Liked by 1 person

    • NCPatrick says:

      Amen, tz, and I said precisely that on a Britebart site yesterday .. that Cruz is famous for “I introduced legislation that would do x-y-z” but then what? Show me anything the fool has actually done! I immediately got a long response from a committed Cruzbot listing all sorts of extraneous bills that Teddy Bear had been instrumental in getting passed. Total BS, but I guess some Cruz supporters actually believe it.

      Like

  24. Honest Abbey says:

    FOX NEWS just gave the Cuban Canadian an entire hour to attack Donald Trump with lie, after lie, after lie – While Megyn Kelly sits there and doesn’t bother to correct him on anything.

    Does Ted Cruz ever change his clothes? Seriously, he has been wearing the same jeans, shirt and suit jacket for weeks now, only switching out the jeans for a pair of dress slacks during the debates.

    I have read that his former roommates said Ted always had bad body odor – I believe them!

    Liked by 2 people

  25. kinthenorthwest says:

    OK What the H3LL happened to Fiorina–Its like she aged 20 years

    Like

  26. nyflacon says:

    I don’t know if this is true, but it says Marco will drop out before Tuesday if the polls don’t improve.
    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/fox-business-reports-rubio-will-drop-out-before-florida-if-polls-dont-improve/

    Like

    • LW says:

      They said on my local news, Rubio is opening a campaign office here..Running new anti Kasich ads also. He isn’t dropping out.

      Like

  27. Sandra says:

    I predict that Bush is going to nominate someone. But I think he’s no longer a possible nominee, even at a brokered convention. I’m afraid they’re trying to foist Romney on us. First, the obnoxious anti-Trump speech. Then appearances on the Today Show and Jimmy Kimmel’s show and maybe more. I take it as foreshadowing.

    Liked by 2 people

  28. libnot says:

    Do these fools have any clue on what they are doing to the GOP party itself? First of all, theyve been taking advantage of their voters for how many decades now. And finally…finally, we’ve had enough. Do they really think that this will end well for them. Or, that this is some short term ‘temper tantrum’ that the ‘children’ of the ‘right’ is throwing? lol….It is over. Period. Theyre lucky there arent hordes with pitchforks and torches marching on Washington as we speak. Which, will be next, if they continue down this path. Its just mind boggling to me how dumb these people really are. Morons to the nth degree. And thats probably insulting the morons of this Country to compare them to these people.

    Liked by 2 people

  29. Beenthere says:

    I feel in my heart of hearts that Jeb is a tool that is being used by Mommy & Daddy to destroy Trump as recently stated in the media. I never thought Jeb had the heart & desire to run for president but may have been forced to continue after being pegged as “Low Energy” by Trump. Mommy, with her walker & Daddy, in his wheelchair are out for blood.———Gosh! You only see this in the movies!

    Liked by 2 people

    • winky says:

      The reason Jeb was runnning was to keep the Bushes out of the line fire and from being investigated for crimes either through them or through Clintons who are their partners in crime

      Liked by 2 people

    • NCPatrick says:

      I used to think that too, beenthere, that little Jeb was an unwilling, somewhat shy and backward son who needed to make his Mommy and Daddy proud. The very first page of Roger Stone’s Bush Crime Family book blew that idea away. Jeb has been far more devious that one might think and has made a small fortune for himself using his family’s connections. They are all in on it .. every single member of the family, and all controlled by good old Pappy Bush.

      I think that was the final straw that caused Trump to decide to run: when Jeb finally announced his decision to run on June 15 last year after coyly teasing that he was making up his mind; meanwhile sucking up money from all of the family’s friends. Trump announced on June 16 as you may recall.

      Like

  30. Here is the proposed rule change. In essence, primaries considered first ballot. Any candidate with 1 delegate eligible. All delegates unbound.
    http://dailycaller.com/2016/03/08/rnc-to-consider-allowing-8-gop-candidates-on-first-ballot/

    Liked by 1 person

  31. rashamon says:

    Tom Daschle and Trent Lott on Charlie Rose to, supposedly, push their book, but they spent more time knocking Trump and talking about the serious damage he’s done to the party. Daschle wants Kasich to win and suggested March 15 would determine the pathway to addressing the Trump issue.

    Swell. They mentioned something about being in politics over 50 years. Now THAT IS THE PROBLEM. Term limits and no revolving door into lobbying or administration. Some of these critters have grown roots to the core of the earth as they’ve been in D.C. so long.

    Liked by 1 person

    • NCPatrick says:

      Oh that filthy weasel, Daschle … used to be from my home state of SouthDakota, but when he lost his Senate seat, no problem-o. He just moved to DC and he and wife are now big fat lobbyists. Woohooo! Every single one of the Washington elite should be sent packing somewhere else. If they’ve been there 10-20 years, they should be run out of town.

      Like

  32. Ted Cruz: Trump’s Voters Have ‘Relatively Low Information, Not that Engaged’

    http://www1.cbn.com/thebrodyfile/archive/2016/03/10/brody-file-exclusive-ted-cruz-says-donald-trumps-voters-have

    I have the hardest time convincing Cruz supporters that Trump voters are not low information. We’re professionals, educated, successful business owners, hardworking, taxpaying, contributing members of American society.

    We’re fed up with political correctness, glorifying & paying for unproductive, slothful existences, illegal immigration, crony capitalism, the NWO globalist agenda, ObamaCare, Common Core, unpunished IRS crimes, corrupt government officials who break our laws and get away with it, oppressive EPA bureaucrats, Fast-track authority for and the Trans-Pacific Partnership & Trade Agreement, ad infinitum. Most importantly, we’re fed up with our tax dollars being pissed away on NOTHING!

    Does that sound like “low information” to you? Or does it sound like informed outrage? Look, Cruz did rage, rail & filibuster against Washington DC and their corruption, but the bottom line is that he failed to persuade his own fellow Republicans to implement real reform. What will change about that if he becomes President?

    We need to send a clear and very loud message to the Ruling Class Elites that we are against the policies they’ve implemented and that we vehemently disagree with the direction they’ve taken this country. That their failure, corruption, incompetence, laziness, outright stupidity and abuse of power are unacceptable. We are FIRING you jerks! We will not give you any more time to do the right thing. You’ve proven that you have NO intention of fulfilling your duty to this country and its Constitution. You are liars, you have had the chance to keep your word and have not done so. We are finished with your betrayal! We will accept no more of this. TRUMP 2016!

    Like

  33. SZ says:

    Another blatant lie by Cruz…it shows what a continual liar he is…

    In truth, there are no other voters more engaged and determined than Donald Trump’s as can be seen over and over at his rallies.

    None of the other candidates have or will have the energy, the engagement and the support that Donald Trump has for President by all of us who support him.

    Donald Trump’s continually growing masses are gathering because they hear truth and are responding to it. This is why his numbers are growing…not slowing…

    Donald Trump exposes the politicians/MSM lies at every turn and he has gained even more momentum by telling truth as they spread lies. This is why they are so infuriated, frustrated, and confused at his progress.

    All that is happening really is Donald Trump is telling truth and the American people who support him are hearing truth…the rest is coming from the liars on both sides of the aisle…the ones who have sold America out over and over again.

    We just have to hope that “truth” wins out this time.

    If we don’t give in or up to the lies and as we stay fully engaged with our support for Donald J. Trump for President, America can win again.

    Liked by 1 person

  34. meme says:

    WILL TED CRUZ DENOUNCE FLORINA ??
    People were shocked when Ted’s super pac gave money to Fiorina’s campaign back in October 2015

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/wh

    have you ever read Florina’s speech on Islam ? She sounds like Obama or Hillary .

    http://freedomoutpost.com/carl

    CARLY FIORINA not only panders to Islam, she made secret illegal deals with Iran (defying U.S. sanctions) to sell them $100 million in HP equipment, funneling the products through a subsidiary company in Dubai, while she was CEO of Hewlitt Packard

    http://www.barenakedislam.com/

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s