If the RINO’S were able to knock out Trump on their own, or with the help of Campaign Candidates, the Media, or Trump knocks himself out of the running because of his own personal deficits . . . ?
OR . . . as it’s looking more and more everyday, now that all the HARD-TALK and guarantees from Trump, about how he’s going to punish China, Japan, Vietnam, Mexico, and BUILD the wall to protect Border Security, has all of a sudden become negotiable, where’s the value of anything he says?
So . . . how believable is Trump – if he’s now saying everything is negotiable?
We’re now down to THREE CANDIDATES plus Trump. There is Cruz, Rubio and Kasich. And after all the campaign hijinks, debates, and ads, I think we know more than enough about each Candidate to make a decision.
FOR ME – the question is not which one can win in November . . . since I think all of them can – it comes down to which Candidate would fight for the US BILL OF RIGHTS, and all that it has stood for from its ratification on December 15, 1791.
AND . . . WHICH IS KEENLY IMPORTANT – who amongst the 4-Candidates Left Standing, will really take on the INSIDERS?
TRUMP . . . whom I’ve been routinely accused of attacking from Day One, is an accusation against me that still resonates, because I don’t trust him, because as I’ve repeatedly stated, Trump leaves far too many unanswered questions to his promises, which as of the last debate, he’s begun backtracking.
ROMNEY WAS 100% WRONG at this juncture to insert himself into this debate, in such a way as to try to upset the Campaign Apple Cart with accusations he should have made from the first day, instead of when the “dealing is almost done”.
In many ways . . . Romney did far more to help the Democrats, than he did to help the Republicans, for which he should bear great shame.
BUT, WHEN IT COMES TO TRUMP – the most IMPORTANT NON-CLAIM comes from people like Romney, that Trump’s Nomination, and forthcoming Presidency, will SHAKE THE INSIDERS TO THE CORE.
RUBIO . . . proven to me to be TOO COOL FOR SCHOOL, always glib with a smart answer, very contrived, and too eager to score all the points, is as disingenuous as they come.
KASICH . . . just rubs me the wrong way. I don’t like his holier-than-thou persona. And I’m really turned off with Kasich’s . . . I DID THIS – I DID THAT – I, I, I.
I really don’t like his arrogant smugness, as he tries to let the whole of the United States know that he’s nothing like the rest of them rolling around in the dirt, and that he’s the only adult in the room.
In school, he was the kind of guy who ate his lunch alone, or sat with his small group of ass-kisser friends, because very few people liked him, showing how much better he was than everyone else.
CRUZ . . . is in the only Constitutionalist in the group. And is the only Candidate who has repeatedly stood up to Congress and the Leadership of his own Party.
And before Trump came on the scene . . . Ted Cruz was the most HATED man by the Republican Insiders who vowed to keep him from winning the nomination, not to mention how much he is really hated by the Democrat LEFT.
I had a great deal of hope for Ted Cruz, as a man of Character, Courage and Values . . . but, when his campaign resorted to DIRTY POLITICS, which was absolutely unbecoming of Cruz’s publicly self-promoted moral persona . . . it left me extremely disappointed, enough so . . . as to stop promoting Cruz.
BUT THAT SAID . . . this election is so important to the USA and the entire World – that sometimes, it is imperative to weigh all options, and do what has to be done regardless of some shortcomings, and supporting Cruz is one of those options.
If Trump wins the next group of PRIMARIES – especially the WINNER TAKE ALL STATES like Florida, the game will be over, and Trump will be the Nominee.
And if that happens, even though I don’t trust him to do the things he is promising to do, I will give him my full support, hoping that he will indeed take down the INSIDERS.
If Trump does not win enough Delegates through legitimate Primaries and Caucuses, and the Nomination goes to a Convention . . . I would support Cruz.
As for Rubio . . . if it isn’t Trump or Cruz, he would be my second to last choice, because I don’t trust him. But if he wins, I will give him my support and pray that his conscience will be the better part of him.
As for Kasich . . . I will support him as a last resort, even though I don’t believe he has what’s close enough inside him, to stand-up to the Insiders, since he is an Insider himself. But he too will get my support, since voting for Kasich is better than voting for any Democrat.
Best Regards . . . Howard Galganov