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  • Really America? Are you seriously Cruz’n for a Bruisin’?

    So Ted Cruz came and spoke to the RNC Convention in Cleveland. The speech he gave drew cheers throughout.

    He said,

    I want to congratulate Donald Trump on winning the nomination last night. And, like each of you, I want to see the principles that our party believes prevail in November.”

    More cheers. He continued on with some heartfelt comments and received even more cheers.

    He closed his speech out with this:

    “The case we have to make to the American people, the case each person in this room has to make to the American people is to commit to each of them that we will defend freedom, and be faithful to the Constitution.

    We will unite the party; we will unite the country by standing together for shared values by standing for liberty. God bless each and every one of you, and God bless the United States of America.”

    He waved to the crowd and then the cheers started to turn into boos – I couldn’t it figure out.

    Boos? Why the crowd was booing?

    .@tedcruz met with boos after saying “vote your conscience” instead of saying Trump’s name https://t.co/yTgdsGVcSx

    — BuzzFeed News (@BuzzFeedNews) July 21, 2016

    Ladies & Gentlemen (or reasonable facsimiles thereof (manic NeverTrumpr’s and frothing UberTrumpr’s are of course excused)), Ted Cruz just congratulated Trump for winning the nomination, he called for all Republicans to not stay home in November, he called for unity, and he called for them to Vote their consciences… and that upsets you?!

    Are you seriously saying that a person’s conscience would prevent them from voting for Trump?

    Have you even considered what you are saying?!

    I am personally going to oppose Hillary being elected as POTUS with the biggest electoral rocket blast that I can lay my hands on, and that rocket is Trump. I will do that with a serenely clear conscience. Are you saying to me that that is not possible?

    Are you really saying, shouting, that asking for Republicans to vote their consciences, means not voting for Trump? Are you thinking about the words that are leaving your mouths?

    Apparently not, not last night anyway. Heidi Cruz had to be protected from the crowd and escorted from the hall. Ted Cruz had to be protected from assault from wealthy donors.

    I was, and am, truly, stunned.

    Does anyone recall any of the details of the Primary? Trump not only called Cruz a liar, he branded him as one. He called his wife ugly, and a crook. He more than insinuated that Ted Cruz’s father was involved with JFK’s assassination. And much, much more.

    Did you really expect Ted Cruz to behave as if none of that had happened? If he had walked out on that stage and said:

    “I wholeheartedly support my good friend Donald Trump, and endorse him for President of the United States of America!”

    , would you have believed that?

    No. Freaking. Way. You wouldn’t have bought it for a moment.

    But you still wanted to hear that?

    Have you asked yourself: Why?

    Ted Cruz called for party unity and for voting your conscience, both UP and down the ticket. But the crowd, they, (you?) didn’t want his endorsement, they wanted his Submission. They wanted his total and complete submission.  Isn’t there an ideology that we’re currently battling in the world that is all about demanding complete submission from people?

    When the Truth no longer matters, only Power does. That is something that should scare the hell out of each and everyone of you, because if it doesn’t, that will mean that you’ve accepted, and embraced it.

    As a friend of mind said: “Submission. It isn’t just for Islam anymore.”

    That’s pretty much it.

    You’d better get your heads together people. Fast… because you are most definitely Cruzing for a bruising.

  • Really America? Are you seriously Cruz’n for a Bruisin’?

    So Ted Cruz came and spoke to the RNC Convention in Cleveland. The speech he gave drew cheers throughout.

    He said,

    “And, like each of you, I want to see the principles that our party believes prevail in November.”

    More cheers. He continued on with some heartfelt comments and received even more cheers.

    He closed his speech out with this:

    “The case we have to make to the American people, the case each person in this room has to make to the American people is to commit to each of them that we will defend freedom, and be faithful to the Constitution.

    We will unite the party; we will unite the country by standing together for shared values by standing for liberty. God bless each and every one of you, and God bless the United States of America.”

    He waved to the crowd and then the cheers started to turn into boos – I couldn’t it figure out.

    Boos? Why the crowd was booing?

    .@tedcruz met with boos after saying “vote your conscience” instead of saying Trump’s name https://t.co/yTgdsGVcSx

    — BuzzFeed News (@BuzzFeedNews) July 21, 2016

    Ladies & Gentlemen (or reasonable facsimiles thereof (manic NeverTrumpr’s and frothing UberTrumpr’s are of course excused)), Ted Cruz just called for all Republicans to not stay home in November, he called for unity, and he called for them to Vote their consciences… and that upsets you?!

    Are you seriously saying that a person’s conscience would prevent them from voting for Trump?

    Have you even considered what you are saying?!

    I am personally going to oppose Hillary being elected as POTUS with the biggest electoral rocket blast that I can lay my hands on, and that rocket is Trump. I will do that with a serenely clear conscience. Are you saying to me that that is not possible?

    Are you really saying, shouting, that asking for Republicans to vote their consciences, means not voting for Trump? Are you thinking about the words that are leaving your mouths?

    Apparently not, not last night anyway. Heidi Cruz had to be protected from the crowd and escorted from the hall. Ted Cruz had to be protected from assault from wealthy donors.

    I was, and am, truly, stunned.

    Does anyone recall any of the details of the Primary? Trump not only called Cruz a liar, he branded him as one. He called his wife ugly, and a crook. He more than insinuated that Ted Cruz’s father was involved with JFK’s assassination. And much, much more.

    Did you really expect Ted Cruz to behave as if none of that had happened? If he had walked out on that stage and said:

    “I wholeheartedly support my good friend Donald Trump, and endorse him for President of the United States of America!”

    , would you have believed that?

    No. Freaking. Way. You wouldn’t have bought it for a moment.

    But you still wanted to hear that?

    Have you asked yourself: Why?

    Ted Cruz called for party unity and for voting your conscience, both UP and down the ticket. But the crowd, they, (you?) didn’t want his endorsement, they wanted his Submission. They wanted his total and complete submission.  Isn’t there an ideology that we’re currently battling in the world that is all about demanding complete submission from people?

    When the Truth no longer matters, only Power does. That is something that should scare the hell out of each and everyone of you, because if it doesn’t, that will mean that you’ve accepted, and embraced it.

    As a friend of mind said: “Submission. It isn’t just for Islam anymore.”

    That’s pretty much it.

    You’d better get your heads together people. Fast… because you are most definitely Cruzing for a bruising.

  • Trump knocks Rubio out of the news cycle

    Original Post: Trump knocks Rubio out of the news cycle.

    That was a strategic kill-shot, to borrow Scott Adams’s word. And it changes everything for conservatives. After a so-so debate performance and in the middle of a 16-hour verbal assault from Marco Rubio, Trump went nuclear. But not the way everyone would expect Trump to go nuclear. Trump didn’t need to invent a brilliant new…

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  • Do Republican elites know something they’re not telling?

    Original Post: Do Republican elites know something they’re not telling?.

    Reading two excellent articles by Nate Silver of FiveThirtyEight (here and here), I remembered a thought that passed through  my mind last Friday. After reading some of National Review’s “Against Trump” issue, I wrote blog post. To me the NR issue showed the magazine is out of touch with voters. I’m not talking about traditional, reliable,…

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  • Letter to the Candidates — Promise to Repeal Obamacare

    January 5, 2016 Dear Republican Presidential Candidates, On Wednesday, the House will vote to send a bill to President Obama’s desk that would repeal significant portions of Obamacare through the budget reconciliation process. This congressional effort and the forthcoming presidential veto will provide momentum to help make the full repeal of Obamacare a reality in […]

  • Letter to the Candidates — Promise to Repeal Obamacare

    January 5, 2016 Dear Republican Presidential Candidates, On Wednesday, the House will vote to send a bill to President Obama’s desk that would repeal significant portions of Obamacare through the budget reconciliation process. This congressional effort and the forthcoming presidential veto will provide momentum to help make the full repeal of Obamacare a reality in […]

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