Lindsey Graham Endorses Ted Cruz, Begins Fundraising Effort – The UniParty Unifies…

In addition to the intense disinformation campaign from corporate media, the disinfecting sunlight from visible alliances is now exposing the entire DC-based UniParty political apparatus.

As apoplectic Paul Ryan supporting ‘conservatives’ gathered today to discuss how to protect the right side penthouse suites of the UniParty, the left-side residents have agreed to support the unified endeavors.

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Erick Erickson, famous for his “Jeb Bush is the most conservative governor in history” comment, leads the charge to support Cruz from the right-wing punditry of the UniParty apologists.   The insufferable idiocy of the Erickson wing is best highlighted by reviewing the words in their collective statement as presented after their meeting:

[…]  we intend to keep our options open as to other avenues to oppose Donald Trump.  Our multiple decades of work in the conservative movement for free markets, limited government, national defense, religious liberty, life, and marriage are about ideas, not necessarily parties. (link)

Well, there you have it.  Decades of work for free markets, limited government, etc.  In the proverbial words of Dr. Phil: “How’s that been working out for ya“?  Because it’s been hell on everyone else.

Those “conservative free market principles” (through the past 30 years of UniParty construction) have created horrific trade deals and destroyed U.S. manufacturing and U.S. Jobs – the best evidence of historically stupid policy is always a simple look at the current results.

Those “conservative limited government principles“, (through the past 26 years of UniParty construction), Bush, Clinton, Bush and Obama, have given us everything from toilets that don’t flush -to- TSA pat-downs, NSA overreach, 5 trillion dollar wars in the mid-east, 300% bigger government and massive debt/deficits now totaling over $20,000,000,000,000.00 (trillion).

humor-in-nature8Um, Erick et al, you can keep your so called, f**king “conservative principles”, in the same insufferable locale as the rest of your unified assembly.  Go sell CPAC crazy someplace else, because the silent majority are done listening to the sham-wow pitch.

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Meanwhile, senator Lindsey Graham has now joined Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid and begun openly doing everything possible to assist the Ted Cruz campaign.

Today, Senator Lindsey Graham announced his full-throated support for Senator Ted Cruz, to include giving Cruz access to Graham’s extensive donor and lobbying lists for financial support.

[…]  Sen. Lindsey Graham will host a fundraiser on Monday in support of Sen. Ted Cruz.

A draft of the invitation, obtained first by CNN, invites guests to “honor and support a great friend of Israel and the Jewish people,” at a meet-and-greet event that will take place during the AIPAC policy conference in Washington next week. (read more)

Well there you have it.

The UniParty is out in full force and openly visible for all to see – The Republicans and Democrats, the Decepticons, the Neo-Cons, the Progressive Left-Wing and Progressive Right-Wing all united in self-serving common cause.

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445 Responses to Lindsey Graham Endorses Ted Cruz, Begins Fundraising Effort – The UniParty Unifies…

  1. NHVoter says:

    Here’s how Kasich plans to stop Trump:


    • Raffaella says:

      OMG. This guy is truly dilusional and stupid. By staying in and splitting the vote he is actually helping Trump. WTA states will all go for Trump even if he wins with a small margin. Going forward a huge number WTA states.

      Liked by 7 people

  2. nole2016 says:

    A Graham endorsement is the kiss of death. Every candidate that Graham has backed is out of the race. Cruz should have disavowed.

    Liked by 12 people

    • Raffaella says:

      Was kiss of death for Bush, Rubio and now Cruz.

      Liked by 6 people

    • scslayer says:

      Unfortunately he is my state senator.
      No one here likes him but he always gets re-elected.

      Liked by 2 people

    • p'odwats says:

      Cruz has no choice. He’s so far deep in the back pockets of the establishment that he can’t do anything without their approval. It amazes me how loudmouths like Levin and Beck still promote this guy when he’s the embodiment of everything we’re all fighting. Cruz stands for globalism, corporate cronyism, and business as usual for the establishment class. Thank God our fellow American brothers and sisters from the south saw right through this phony because if he had won the southern states, as most people thought he would, this nomination race would be very different today. Mr. Trump would be playing catch up and the GOPe would have a near stranglehold on the nomination with their puppet Ted Cruz. Southerners know a fake preacher when they hear one and Preacher Cruz was put in the same league of frauds as Jimmy Swaggart, Oral Roberts, and Benny Hinn. When Mr. Trump eventually wins the nomination he owes the south a big thank you.

      Liked by 4 people

      • RP says:

        Maybe….Levine and Beck are promoting Cruz because they too are the embodiment of globalism, corporate cronyism, and business as usual for the establishment class.

        It seems to be clearer every passing day.

        Liked by 1 person

  3. red6242 says:

    When will some of the Cruz voters wake up from all the Establishment people getting behind Cruz. Will some Cruz voters start to wake up that are against the Establishment? I thought they would some time ago.

    Liked by 6 people

    • geonderrico says:

      This will be news to some of you, but the idea is to get as many votes as possible.

      Ideally, that would include some establishment people, too.

      Unless you believe Trump can win with only Trump fanatics.


      • Carolina Kat says:

        This will be news to you, but there is no member of the ‘establishment’ that is pro-amnesty and open borders that WILL vote for Trump. That’s a reality. But there are ‘new’ voters entering the Trump coalition at marked rates that compensate for the 2-5% of losers that think graft and corruption are great ways to make a living who will never support Trump.

        Here’s what the establishment doesn’t get. They’ve lost. No matter what from this day forward, they’ve been out-ed as Anti-American, anti-middleclass, and sellouts. Memo to establishment: You can’t sell influence if you don’t have any.


  4. Sandy says:

    Lindsey Graham another witch. They are in it for THEM!!!! GO TRUMP!

    Liked by 1 person

  5. drdeb says:

    Atlanta is DISGUSTED by the bloated Erikson. He and Rove are two hogs at the trough. I think I will wage an effort at WSBRadio to stop hijacking the last hour of Hannity for Erick.
    Erikson and Rove are DONE!

    Liked by 6 people

  6. Jake says:

    That meeting on amnesty with Marco Rubio that Rush attended must have been very persuasive. I just realized that Rush no longer uses the name ‘Lindsey Grahamnesty’! I have not listened to Rush in a month-good riddance.

    Liked by 2 people

  7. RoseD1st says:

    I’m still shocked some even consider Cruz,he is such a liar and a$$.

    Liked by 2 people

  8. CM-TX says:

    This may have already been seen, but for those who haven’t ….

    Creepy Canadian Cruz at 18, shares his life aspirations. One was to be an actor (in certain type films). And the other: “Take over the world. World domination. You know, rule everything. Rich, powerful … Stuff like that.”

    Who could’ve known how serious he was?! US politics was an obvious choice for Ted. It allowed him to strive towards one goal, while perfecting the craft of the other in getting there.


  9. rinokiller says:

    Someone on CNN has exposed this plan!

    All those politicians have kissed their political careers GOODBYE!

    Liked by 1 person

  10. justfactsplz says:

    Just hearing Ted Cruz’s name right now makes sick to my stomach. I talked to my “republican” daughter today (her husband is a democrat) and I find out she voted for Cruz on Tuesday. I nearly fell over. I thought sure I had won her to Trump but no. She is afraid of Trump. I asked what about Ted Cruz and Dominionism and the whole list of his voting history, citizenship. None of it mattered. This is what a very pricey private college has rewarded with me. I need either smelling salts or a stiff drink. I will never ever vote for Cruz. This child skipped a grade and graduated from college summa cum laude yet she has no common sense or critical thinking skills.

    Liked by 2 people

  11. stacksotall says:

    Enjoy your Teddy Graham Cruzbots


  12. TRONGOD2000 says:

    So let me see if I have this right. The Republican party has spent the last two years trying to reduce government size. Is that it? What have they done to do that? Defund government to cut waste? Nope. Impeach the President for overstepping his power? Nope. Shutting down the expensive Polosi experiment called Obama Care? Nope. Please tell us Senator Graham just what have you been doing? No wonder your worried about Trump. He does stuff.


  13. liberty2828 says:

    Cruz ad of a father who lost a son to Illegal Immigrant.

    Unbelievable how he easily steals Trump’s platform.

    Liked by 1 person

    • geonderrico says:

      Cruz was defending our Constitution and our liberties while Donald was still bribing Democrats and hob nobbing with Harry Reid and the Clintons and Chuck Schumer.

      Those who demean Cruz’s ethics are liars.


  14. geonderrico says:

    We can hope that Donald Trump will do as he says he will.

    Or, we can trust that Ted Cruz will continue to perform as his record indicates he always has.

    Tough choice.



  15. geonderrico says:

    I just read a few posts in this thread and I am proud to see how well the Hillary team has zeroed in on forums which might attract those iin search of a candidate.

    Since before 2008 Ted Cruz is who we all hoped and prayed would run on the GOP side.

    He is the ideal candidate.

    And the fact that he is getting such vitriol here suggests an unreality to the posters feeling about him.

    It is awfully critical stuff, mostly untrue, some of it hearsay, some of it out of context, and others merely half truths.

    And that is to be expected.

    If he wasn’t so brilliant, ethical, princpled and likable the criticisms would be more believable. More of the common criticisms we usually expect of public servants.

    Sex. Drugs. Money. Taxes. Bribery. Verbal gaffes. Drinking. Gambling. Misuse of government money, influence or power.

    And yet there is nothing like that available for Hillary et al to target, therefore we see criticsm of Ted Cruz being rather bland (he reported a loan on one govt. form but not another one…is that how you’d attempt to hide income???) and wispy as though there’s really nothing to the story at all.

    We wondered about Trump’s claim that Ted wasn’t popular in the Senate.

    Cruz looked like a great guy on the TV news and interviews.
    But only until Graham said that Cruz could be murdered (!!!) on the floor of the Senate and the murderer wouldn’t be convicted.


    Because Ted Cruz hates the establishment the SAME WAY WE HATE THE ESTABLISHMENT!!!

    And that outsider reputation may be lost on some of us, but the comfortable little millionaires club called The Senate knows the greatest threat to their cushy little gig is Ted Cruz.

    For anyone to dislike him because they believe he is establishment makes no sense at all except if the comments were simply talking points posted by poseurs for Trump or Hillary.

    And those comments aren’t personally felt. They are thought up by staff members.

    You can tell.

    Liked by 1 person

  16. RP says:

    Some of Lidsey’s recent quotes…

    (proof of a conniving, desperate man who has no soul or moral center coming out in support of Cruz now)

    “If you nominate Trump and Cruz, I think you get the same outcome,” he told reporters. “Whether it’s death by being shot or poisoning doesn’t really matter. I don’t think the outcome will be substantially different.”

    “If you killed Ted Cruz on the floor of the Senate, and the trial was in the Senate, no one would convict you.”

    “Senator Paul and Senator Cruz are isolationists,”

    ‘Ted: Getting in bed with Iran in Russia to save Assad is inconceivable! Princess Buttercup would not like this!’

    “He is an opportunist, he’s a libertarian when it is hot,”

    “(Cruz) has done more to allow ISIL to gain a foothold in Syria than any senator other than Rand Paul.”

    “His ability to grow the vote of the Republican Party is almost zero. He’ll easily be portrayed as ideological to a fault.”


    • geonderrico says:

      You are not at all curious about what Ted supposedly did to warrant such animosty?

      In this situaton the accuser(s) is/are the one(s) who must be scrutinized in order to make sense of the comments.

      Unless, of course, all you are looking for is any ol stick you can swing to beat Cruz with.

      In that case, guess your reputation for objectivity must be worth making an obviously one sided and biased post like that.


    • geonderrico says:

      Sen. Graham has served this country well, as exemplified in his questioning of Leon Panetta and Gen. Martin Dempsey in one round of the Benghazi hearings when he asked the two if any rescue mission was sent while the battle was ongoing.


      They said they couldn’t get there in time.

      But no one could know it wouldn’t arrive in time unless they knew how long the attack would last.

      A sure sign a lie was told by the administration.

      Sen. Graham deserves our thanks.


  17. geonderrico says:

    Ted Cruz is Hannity’s only guest on his TV show for the next hour.

    On now.


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