Gingrich: Trump right to skip CPAC

by Harper Neidig  |  published on March 5, 2016

Former Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) on Friday praised Donald Trump for his last-minute decision to skip the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).

CPAC organizers announced Friday that the GOP presidential front-runner had dropped out of his commitment to speak at the conference on Saturday morning.

The real estate mogul’s campaign issued a statement shortly after saying he would instead be campaigning in Kansas and Florida.

“Because of this, he will not be able to speak at CPAC as he has done for many consecutive years,” the statement read. “Mr. Trump would like to thank Matt Schlapp and all of the executives at CPAC and looks forward to returning to next year, hopefully as President of the United States.”

Trump has been heavily criticized by many Republicans, and some speakers at the gathering took the opportunity take shots at the front-runner.

  • Robert Early

    Dear Friends, Never, never, never believe or trust Karl Rove, any poll, the leftist media, or anything from POLITICO.

  • cathylovesyou

    I am a conservative and always been a Republican, in 1964 I registered as a Conservative voted for Barry Goldwater, went back as a Registered Republican in 1971. CPAC don’t blow it along with the establishment I will vote for Hillary if Romney, or Ryan run. Cruz, Rubio, Kasich or Trump ok, they all worked for the chance.

  • grampi

    Here comes ISIS. We did nothing

  • grampi

    Thanks for the information. Did not know we deported any muslims. I understood the US Muslim population has grown exponentialy. I did hear the middle eastern country’s have established “camps”. Where are the Mexican camps located? Over 200k women and children have died in Syria, alone. Many thousands in Mexico have been hung, shot or beheaded. Under obama, we sit back and watch other people murder their own. We do nothing. Please rethink the big picture.

  • grampi

    Appreciate the fact that non of your tax dollars support Trumps campaign.

  • grampi

    Why do we accept only rich people to make decisions for we who have so little?

  • grampi

    Regan was an actor. Kennedy legacy was created by illegal boose. Clinton (bill) was a lady’s man. Where is the qualifications for being a President? So why not a business man?

  • Robert Early

    Just a simple, straight forward fact:
    If the Party does not support the will of the people, then the Party will cease to exist. Some RINOs will be retired soon; while others a little later. They are all going down.

    • brokebill

      Yes, only a matter of time. The party is changing (or has changed). Can they not see the “old” party has done nothing but lose for so many years that it has created animosity from the lack of leadership of both parties. The accumulation of years of declining middle American Lifestyles and pure political rhetoric have created, this year, the year of the anti-establishment election. I would not want to be an incumbent this year!

      One of the most significant facts so far for me is we are seeing “real” growth in the republican party (if they don’t mess it up) for the first time in years. This is when the Dems are getting declining results. Reps are getting increased registrations, large turnout of voters, new repubs registering never voted, “Good stuff”. The Est should pay attention to this improvement. Many of us think it is the only hope for the party to morph into a party that services the middle income sector.

      This activity is a direct result of Donald Trump, love him or hate him.

  • laura427

    I RECEIVED AN E-MAIL FROM A WOMAN WHO SAID HOW SHE VERBALLY INSULTED TRUMP AND SOON AFTER LEARNED THAT HE DECIDED NOT TO ATTEND CPAC AND SHE TOOK CREDIT FOR THAT! I TOTALLY RESPECT DONALD FOR REFUSING TO PUT UP WITH THAT KIND OF TREATMENT! GO, DON!

  • AKLady

    Newt Gingrich? How many ethics violations was he found guilty of? He was forced to resign from Congress.

  • Marie Saqueton

    No matter how the M/M and everyone else demonizes Trump, the people know that we need a businessman to correct the BORROW, TAX AND SPEND NORM IN DC before we become a Banana Republic. Politicians should know that we the people no longer solicits to their spending agenda, (like drunken sailors )when we ar now drowning in trillions in debt. We now refuse to be the politicians CASH COWS, WE HAD ENOUGH OF LIES, PROMISES AND BAILOUTS FOR EVERY CRONIES BUT NOT THE TAX PAYERS.

  • Ron

    Who said Trump had to be there? I am sort of tired at this garbage of somebody always thinking they have the power to tell me, or the rest of us, what we have to do. Go Trump. Ya got my vote.

  • Terry Rushing

    I hope that we’ll not lose sight of our goal which is to put something other than a Democrat or a Socialist in the president’s office. I like and support Cruse but if Trump or even Rubio becomes the nominee I will vote for them. The imagination of Hillary or Bernie setting policy is too scary to contemplate.

  • Rick Stanley

    Makes sense to me.

  • Francoise Farron

    I cherished a moment of comic relief when Romney had the gumption to criticize Trump! Romney, of all people who never misses an opportunity to shut up. The weathervane, who never knew where he stood on an issue waiting to see what the latest opinion polls suggested.

  • Seedman

    Don Juvenile realized he nose dived at the last debate. Comments that defended ordering U. S. military to kill women and children and defending his sham university did not fly well.

    • AKLady

      Nice to see some facts on this board.
      Thank you.

  • jcadla

    Newt, thanks for your insightful comment. I’d like to see you as Sec’y of Defense in President Trumps cabinet.

  • cmi

    I don’t blame Trump one bit for NOT attending the CPAC gathering!! There’s already a group of top conservatives that have formed a pact to “knock” Trump out of the running!! He has NO friends in that bunch of snakes!!! I have NEVER seen a party so hell-bent in removing their front-runner, “THE PEOPLE’S CHOICE”!!!! Who in the hell does these top republican scum-bags think they are, to think they can control the will of the people!!! That’s exactly why I say, “there’s not a dimes worth of difference in the two parties”!!!! They’re one & the same, but I think Donald Trump is about to BREAK that B.S. up!!!!

    • AKLady

      May I suggest you listen to a few of Hitler’s speeches?

  • grampi

    Enjoy the fact that we got a businessman and not a politician willing to take the helm of a broken ship. GOP establishment is now facing the REAL possibility of diminished power. It’s also frightening the super delegates. Trumps winning so many new and “pissed off” voters the establishment knows not what to do except to pull in every DC favor. We the voters lose if we don’t maintain the “DON” as the front runner. Please keep in mind that Cruz is the better leader but cannot intimidate the establishment like Trump.

    • AKLady

      Another one who should listen to hitlers speeches.

      • grampi

        Please educate me on how you equate “hitler” speeches to current events.

        • AKLady

          Deport Muslims
          Put them in camps
          The Reich did exactly that with Jews, Poles …
          It is called ethnic clensing

          Deport Mexicans
          Put them in camps
          The Reich did exactly that with Jews, Poles …
          It is called ethnic clensing.

          Put up walls
          East Germany did just that

          .

        • AKLady

          “First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out— Because I was not a Socialist.

          Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out—Because I was not a Trade Unionist.

          Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—Because I was not a Jew.

          Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.”

          Pastor Martin Niemöller (1892–1984) about the cowardice of German intellectuals following the Nazis’ rise to power

  • Michael Lloyd

    Smart move for Trump to not go to CPAC. The whole thing will be nothing but a blast Trump lie fest. Why should anybody set themselves up for that. Then there is the Cruz follower walkout that was planned. Then there’s the knife wielding schizoid Beck to have to keep an eye on. Better to “meet the people” where it counts than appear before a small hostile group of establishment club “conservatives” who operate on old failed methods instead of common sense.

  • Pat Griffin

    All the “establishment” Republicans think they are smarter than Trump.
    Yet how many have achieved the success this man has?
    How many are multi-billionaires (unless it was inherited)
    How many are creating jobs with their investments? (Rubio stood
    at the convention and looked like a fool when asked this question straight out).
    I have a few problems with Trump myself, but I have more problems with the two senators running (Rubio & Cruz), since they have both been in Washington during the year plus Republicans have had control of house & senate…….yet nothing accomplished.

  • The Redhawk

    GRINCH had HIS day and Like any OLD FART he needs to Know When the time to STFU is at hand,,,, Like when a Basketball Players Knees have “GONE” Going FISHING is all he should be doing…and park his Ego in a closet

  • David

    Trump ISN’T a conservative! His past and present statements, those NOT designed to deceive the UN-educated (which see praised after he took Nevada) put him right next to his friend Hillary (whose campaign he supported financially in 2008).

  • John_Eidsmoe

    Trump promised to speak at the conference, and people paid good money to hear him. Doesn’t keeping one’s word mean anything anymore?

    • brokebill

      Not if the establishment has plans to ambush you. You go to where your voters are.

      • John_Eidsmoe

        Then, Sir, you are utterly without honor and, like Trump, unworthy of trust.

        • brokebill

          So instead you would put your trust in the idiots that have been leading this party into oblivion? Caused it’s decline with losing supporters.Those that have lost, repeatedly, and let the Dems hand us all this disasterous legislation (rubber stamped by RINOS). I will never support the R party again unless we dump the corrupt leaders and reorganize for the ppl.. This movement is only starting.

          Had the establishment not set up an ambush AGAIN, I feel sure Trump would have been there. I think he was smart to avoid it. I also think this stop Trump initiative is disgusting. Should be focusing on beating HRC.

          • John_Eidsmoe

            I would hardly call Cruz or Rubio a RINO; they are more consistent conservatives than Trump. But you are avoiding the issue, which is keeping one’s word. Why is Trump afraid to speak to a potentially hostile audience? I love speaking to hostile audiences; they give you someone to convert, or at least open people’s minds. When you start at 0 percent approval, you can only go up.
            Again the basic question which you have avoided: how do you justify someone breaking his word and not showing up where he has promised to speak and people have paid to hear him? And why should I trust him?
            Lenin said, “Promises are like piecrusts, made to be broken.” Does Trump agree? Do you agree?

          • brokebill

            To address your point, keeping one’s word is everything to me. I honor commitments. That being said there are so many difficult issues in this nomination process that each one has to be measured individually. I am sure that consideration was giving in this circumstance being as important a conference as it was. I am not a Trumper that thinks he can do no wrong. At the same time the Establishment has gone into “overdrive, over the top” shenanigans to where they are disgusting the Trump supporters. They constantly attack him with everything they have. His supporters will have none of it. The more the attacks the more they feel it is the loser party. So when it comes to establishment events, consideration should be given to their commitments & agenda or they may have to deal with unintentional consequences by him not falling into their trap. The establishment brought this cancellation on themselves by their stupidity. Trump only responded.

            Mitt Romney lost, John McCain lost and now they want us to get in line and accept another loser with all the same losing dynamics & credentials. I do not fault Trump for defending against these idiots who want to destroy their own front runner and party.

            So the moral of the story, always honor commitments unless your opposition or those that control the game do not honor their commitments first. Then everything is fair game.

  • brokebill

    The establishment should be focusing on the congressional candidates that are coming up for re-election. These GOP shenanigans are going to get the babies thrown out with the bath water. Those candidates need to rally behind Trump or get thrown out. Wake up establishment. Your effort is misdirected.

  • ADRoberts

    Exactly like his refusal to debate when Megan Kelly was moderator and his refusal to continue to campaign in Iowa. BIG MISTAKE.
    But he is so arrogant that he thinks he can renege on his commitments and get away with it.

    Trump is a man of NO INTEGRITY.

    • Robert

      Just like you.

      • ADRoberts

        That the best you can do. I have more integrity than anyone YOU know.
        I made a commitment to God. And with that commitment, I am monogamous for life.
        I challenge you to match that. Not a way you can. And I know that because you just smeared me with that remark.

  • TOM

    He won’t be led into their clutches. Rino infested convention anyway. Campaign hard Donald, America needs you.

  • 1ColtonDelaney643

    To the republican establishment, the fact that you all are spending millions to derail the Trump movement, which is undermining the will of the people and the election process ,is outrageous , Trump is getting it from all sides, he is a new comer to politics and standing toe to toe with Rubio and ” Mr. Haney” from green acres Cruz, who are seasoned debaters and veterans to the political field. they are spending millions to smear Trump and insult the people who put Trump where we want him. the front runner, their strings are being pulled by special interests and lobbyists and the republican establishment. Mr Haney borrowed 1 million from Goldman sachs and failed to mention it he also wanted the H1B visa program numbers doubled , and Rubio was the leader of the gang of eight amnesty bill. Cpac is made up of the republican establishment and the rest of the stop Trump people they are scared Trump will end their gravy train and their raises to themselves, they forgot that they were supposed to serve, not become millionaires…., Trump doesnt need to be any where near that. I dont want anyone in the white house who was bought and paid for by the special interests, wall street, or lobbyists., republican establishment is threatening basically coup , they are acting like some scary jackbooted nazi’s ready to drop a hand picked candidate of their own to block Trump from the nomination and his rightful place as our republican nominee.

    • brokebill

      The Establishment is becoming the enemy to their own party. Exposing the truth.

      • Robert

        The Rino Elite Establishment is the Enemy. Most of them are Globalists and care not about American Citizens or America, all they really care about are 2 Things CONTROLLING THE PEOPLE and GETTING WEALTHY as American Citizens get Poorer.

        • brokebill

          Robert you are so right. The good news is we are on to them, we have momentum, and the more they do that is underhanded, the more we intend to correct the problem this time, “THEM”.

  • Ralph H Moran

    I’ve already voted in our primary by mail (TRUMP) it took me about 30 seconds to open my ballot and mark it and another 30 seconds to seal it back up. I mailed it back the next day. Trump may have some problems but don’t we all.

    • dennis w

      thank you fellow patriot AMERICAN………
      I get ‘goose bumps’……..
      I can feel my fellow AMERICAN PATRIOTS awakening……..
      GOD is with us……..I truly believe Mr. TRUMP is HIS instrument…….
      HE works in strange ways, HIS wonders to perform…….
      TRUMP FOR PRESIDENT….2016

      • brokebill

        I am headed to vote early today myself. Trump Only for me and my family. We want a change, a REAL CHANGE.

        • dennis w

          ONE BY ONE WE GET STRONGER……….

          AMERICANS are not republican, democrat, independent, or HYPHONATED or what any other label anyone may use……

          we are…… AMERICANS …….

          AMERICAN BLOOD…….

          AMERICAN HEARTS……..

          AMERICAN PATRIOTS…….

          we are…… AMERICANS …….

          MAY GOD BLESS OUR BELOVED AMERICA……

          TRUMP 2016

        • brokebill

          DID IT. Voted for Trump early in NC.

          Feeeeels gooood!

          • juniemoon

            Good move!!

      • Ralph H Moran

        Thank you Dennis, The GOP has not listened to the people for 30 years and now the people are rebelling and instead of wars we use the Ballot Box.

  • Lee Fleming

    Thanks Nute for your insight, my hope is that Trump wins Florida and Ohio! He needs good men like you to help him in this corupt political world.

    • dennis w

      Mr. Gingrich would make an excellent VP………

      He’s been there…
      He knows where all the skeletons are…..
      very dangerous knowledge…….

      TRUMP knows the POWER of business and GINGRICH has the KNOWLEDGE of where (and who has ) the skeletons….

      POWER AND KNOWLEDGE………fantastic team…….

      TRUMP / GINGRICH…….2016

  • Margie Adams

    TRUMP is the only one that can even start to save this country from the Hell Obama has put us in!!! The people say who goes on the ballot & not the GOP!!!!! Who do they think they are, that they will plot & plan to keep TRUMP out, it is WE THE PEOPLE who determine this. The GOP is trying to be our ruler like Obama has done. We can’t let them do that.If they try.. We should all get together & protest!!!! Millions of us..

    • starfinger

      will never happen! go GOP!

      • Robert Russell

        GOP is dead been dead for 8 years then when MR Trump came on the seen so their is still hope. The last hope was Reagan that turned out good for America. BigO is hope only if you are a Muslim , gay or Socialist.

    • Ken says

      Where have you been for the last 27 years that the Establishment has been running the Country. The Establishment selects the candidate for both parties and then we can choose which one of their candidates we want to abuse us. The last time the Establishment lost control of the nomination process was 1980 and they do not intend to make that mistake again. The Establishment is calling out all their Liberal RINO and DEM Professional Politicians, Puppets and Pawns along with all the money they need to “take down Trump” the outsider that CAN:T BE BOUGHT OR CONTROLLED BY THE ESTABLISHMENT

    • ClarenceDeBarrows

      Not just Obama, Margie. It has been a concerted effort, over many years, by the professional politicians in both parties to enfeeble our Constitution and push a Global Agenda on our Country. The UN is the liberal – progressive heart of their effort.

  • starfinger

    I feel sorry for all you Trump people because if Trump becomes the nominee say hello to Hillary what a shame

    • brokebill

      Trump is the ONLY candidate that can get the ppl motivated to register and turn out. Look at his crowds vs all the others combined. All the other candidates are the old “me too” losers. They can not drive the crowds. Only Trump. The establishment looks like they prefer to throw the election than have their gravy train disrupted. I say it’s time to fire the establishment.

    • Richard Schwartz

      Hey star you need reminded of current events. Killary attempted to use gender card on Trump. What did Donald do? He destroyed penis Bill and who backed down? Killary No debates just use of the media. The other candidates say if this happens or that happens things will change.
      Reminds me it it doesn’t rain we won’t have a flood. We have been used, abused, and flat screwed. I like being not bright enough to be hearded.

    • Robert

      Only in your sick dreams. Your going to vote for Hillary any way so it doesn’t to you.

  • Cornville

    Everybody is afraid of Donald Trump’s message. It is the message of hope to a dying country. It is the message of reassurance to a country that is dead broke, and it it a message that the little people who are not a part of the establishment have a say in the way they are being governed. The Republican Establishment and their elitists have determined that Donald Trump is too dangerous for this country. They have figured out that with a Trump Presidency, they may lose their vaulted positions enabling the Democrats vote in anything that they want. These establishment elitists do not want the people to decide their fate, they want to decide it for all of us. The Republicans and Conservative in the USA are a disgrace, as they plot Donald Trump’s downfall, even if it means that Hillary Clinton will steal the election. If these establishment elitists hate true Republican Conservative values, then why be labeled Republican? Just renounce your political party and become a Democrat. Building walls to exclude millions of potential people who will do nothing but take free welfare, is not the way to enhance this countries financial success. Likewise, having so many American living on welfare as their only means of support without working in some job is absolutely insane. We all need to get back to work Making America Great Again. Donald Trump is not a politician. He is a businessman. he knows how to get people to work. That’s what we need. Not more promises, or redistributions of wealth, or phony health plans designed to break you financially, or backroom deals that benefit the few rich elitists. We need a businessman to create real opportunity, and real wealth. That man is Donald Trump.

    • brokebill

      And exactly what you have said is why we MUST ELECT DONALD TRUMP if we want to have a country in the future. There is not one candidate that I will vote for that is associated with the establishment. They have become the enemy within the republican party. I am making a commitment to vote out all career politicians. They failed us miserably. I don’t think we are going to let them take away this one, and maybe only, opportunity for us to elect a real change.

    • CMSgt, USAF, Retired

      I cannot believe anyone actually believes in the RUMP (ass). I will take the same tactic he is using and promise you that the tooth fairy will visit you tonight and leave a million dollars under your pillow. That of course is a meaningless statement, not going to happen and the RUMP’s promises, without telling you how he will fulfill those promises, is also meaningless and probably not going to happen. When Mexico builds the border wall and all illegals self deport I may have some faith in the BS he is spouting. He is a thin skinned, big headed school yard bully that can only insult those who may question him. Nuff said.

      • brokebill

        Or we can have 4 more years of the same crpp we have had for the past 15 years. Take your pick, Dem or est Repub. Both the same. Same result, rubber stamp legislation against the ppl. Time to throw them out. I will take my chances with an unknown Trump rather than another known loser.

      • Robert

        Thousands of people don’t agree with you.

        • brokebill

          MILLIONS don’t agree with CMSgt.

          • Robert

            I stand corrected. Thank You.

        • CMSgt, USAF, Retired

          I agree with you Robert. However thousands do agree with me. I forgive (not really) those who are in disagreement. Forgive them for they know not what they do.

      • Cornville

        I clearly remember during the VietNam war when Walter Cronkeit used to say that our forces (US) killed 3000 Vietcong, when in fact that number should have been maybe 200 enemy dead. I know, I was in the field and killed that many. We all know what Mark Twain said…” there are lies, damn lies, and statistics” Who knows what the real truth is with this election. We all know that the USA is broke, and broken. We have a massive racial divides in this country and it’s only getting worse. If you believe that “Black Lives Matter” in exclusion of everything else, then you are really a dumb American. This country is in a spiral downward and not getting any better. So…what do we have? An unknown like Donald Trump willing to take a chance on making America Great Again, or a hack politician who already has his or her sights on your pocketbook. That’s the choice today. Do you go with what hasn’t worked in the last 20 to 30 years, or do you try a new and different approach to treat the cancer that is affecting all of us in the USA today? That’s your choice. Stay with the old and sink, or try the new and float.

        • ClarenceDeBarrows

          Well and rightly said, Cornville, but I’m afraid, judging by the flow of his comment to you, that the CMsgt will have difficulty grasping the truths you lay before him.

      • ClarenceDeBarrows

        Nice ad hominem comment, CMSgt. Definitely worth reading given the facts you cite in the diatribe.

    • Robert

      I Totally agree.

    • John Miller

      EXACTLY! I could not have said it any better. This is exactly what is wrong with our great country. And Trump is precisely what is needed. And to those who nay-say Trump…you democrapic liberals should just shut up, drink your cool-aid and vote for Billary!

    • Suzey

      Trump changes his message daily. He has to flip or back track on misstatements. He started the name calling and acts like a spoiled child if he gets heat. He brings in foreign workers instead of hiring locals. He and the Clintons were good friends and he contributed to her last Presidential campaign. He is fracturing the Republican Party. Maybe that was the plan all along. Hillary should be in jail for all the crap she has done. I couldn’t in good conscience vote for either of those two.

    • down

      2 thumbs up! Well said.

  • brokebill

    Trump is learning not to walk into an ambush. Good for him.

  • Tom Eckonen

    I have learned over the years a person can not be in 2 places at the same time.

  • allanholtz

    I just checked the CPAC agenda and Rubio, Cruz, Carson,Kasich and Trump are all on the agenda. So Trump is the only one of that group to draw out of appearing at CPAC. This could be like Trump dropping out of the one debate – pros and cons for him.

    • annie.o75

      Good. Trump was smart…he is out dealing with REAL. People…not idiots. !!!!!

      • brokebill

        Especially when so many in the party want to sabotage him. But maybe we should thank them for their ignorance. It helps the resolve to elect Trump.

        • annie.o75

          Sooooright….finally we have A. REAL. Man going for the job…who wants to WORK. Not travel around the country. Hawaii…Paris…etc…on. OUR DIME.

    • Richard Schwartz

      So? What is your point?

      • allanholtz

        My point is I think the jury is out regarding whether Trump’s pulling out of a CPAC speaking engagement will help or hurt him. The fact that all of his GOP Presidential adversaries look to be still planning to speak will at least be framed that Trump is afraid to show up. How most people who do or do not consider themselves strong conservative view his absence remains to be seen. For the record I voted for Trump at the local GOP caucus in Minnesota that I convened at which 22 voted for Cruz, 15 for Trump and 5 for Rubio last Tuesday – a record high turnout.

    • Robert

      A lot of the CPAC people no matter what they call themselves are RINO
      Establishment Elites, he doesn’t fit into their plan For a Brokered Convention.

  • paulrph1

    It show us what kind of a leader he would be. Make a promise and keep it. It is that plain and simple. But if you are a Trump supporter you will always blame the other guy and not put the blame where it belongs. Kind of reminds me of the brain dead Obama/Clinton supporters.

    • jim

      you mean kinda like the promise the Republican party made with trump ? i support cruz but the GOP has handed this election to the democrats With their infighting and failure to stand united once again the GOP leaders think they know whats best 4 us little people, the only 2 ppl in this race i support r Cruz or trump

      • brokebill

        The Republican Party has done more damage to itself in the past 2 years than over my entire lifetime. Regardless of your selected candidate, look at the WIN in the general election. No one on the republican side can “possibly” generate the crowds, the momentum, and new registered voters that turn out, other than Trump. His crowds are enormous. His supporters loyal to only him. Do you want to WIN or lose like Romney, McCain, and anybody else that is establishment. If the party continues on the current path of stupidity it will confirm to me a collusion of dems/repubs working together to place their appointee in office. And why the Trump momentum is the only answer.

      • dennis w

        cruz isn’t eligible to be POTUS……he’s a Canadian….not ‘NATURAL BORN’….
        also, he’s a liar and a cheat…….
        TRUMP 2016

      • paulrph1

        I am not sure because it is not over until the last ballot is cast. That being said, It is not about Trump, Cruz or the GOP and most of all it is not about the Dumbocrats but it is about the country and our freedoms. That is what matters and many have lost sight of that. I support Cruz because he want to preserve our freedoms where I do not feel the same about
        Trump, Trump seems in it for himself.

    • brokebill

      It is about WINNING the election! We MUST stop Hillary! But so many have publicly stated they would support HRC over Trump. To he!! with them. They do not have my back! They obviously do not care what happens to this country with that attitude. They can not be a Republican and vote for HRC, period.

      Romney and the like, get with the program of supporting the voters or we lose again just like you did last time and we got Obama2..

      Completely stupid GOP position of destroying their own front runner and ignoring that we are not uneducated voters. WE KNOW YOU LOST !

      • Robert

        They Tried the same thing with Raegan and he beat them because he was willing to fight. Nelson Rockefeller head of the
        Elitists at that time fought tooth and nail against Raegan but Raegan won any way because of the Damage Jimmy Carter had Done. The RINOS still fought President Raegan at every
        Opportunity but he won in a Landslide 2 times because he was
        Actually for America and American Citizens.
        Donald Trump is not Ronald Raegan and doesn’t claim to be,
        he has a different style. The most Important thing he shares with
        President Raegan is his LOVE OF AMERICA and AMERICAN
        CITIZENS.
        DONALD TRUMP Needs our vote in the Primaries and Caucuses to avoid a BROKERD CONVENTION where the ELITE RINOS will pick the NOMINEE

        • brokebill

          Yes, it is more important than ever since Romney showed Est hand.

    • Robert

      Are you that stupid, or just act like it?

  • Upaces

    Gone fishin…I know you don’t have a PhD in Psychology to even know what a REAL Narcissist looks like. Now! Clinton is a Sociopath with severe Narcissist features.

    I would also bet you’ve never owned your own business. You’ve always worked for other people so you don’t know the difference between TRUE CONFIDENCE, SELF ASSUREDNESS vs. being a Narcissist. Where did you learn the word? Oooooh, I know, some Cruzbot found a dictionary..

    I KNOW CRUZ PEOPLE WHEN I READ THEIR REPLIES.
    Those people are THE MOST toxic group I have ever run into in my entire lifetime!

    • josebear5

      That right insult Cruz people and make them mad and they would’s vote for Trump if he is candidate he will lose seam to me you are very toxic

      • mcgyver35

        Would’s??? Why didn’t you just use woods. At least it is a word. Would’s is not a word. Seam??? I think you mean seems. But then maybe you have split personality disorder and you have been seamed together but noone told either of your brains to start functioning…and to imagine you will vote is frightening.

        • Ralph H Moran

          josebear5 is a foreigner who does not have a good grasp of the English language, it is not his fault it is the democrat socialist system of dumbing down America.

          • mcgyver35

            Ok, I’ll let him slide then, At least he is trying to assimilate and learn the language. Kudos for that. But spell check on the computer or phone should have alerted him on the “would’s” word because it isn’t a word. But its all good as long as he doesn’t vote Hitlery or Bern thru others money Sanders.

        • josebear5

          I see you are a Trump fan and a nasty one like all his supporters.

          • mcgyver35

            Not just for Trump, anyone other than Hillery or Bernie. and I’m sorry you didn’t read my next message

          • Robert

            I will be VOTING for DONALD TRUMP. I just got a call from the RNC in NV. where I live asking me for a donation I told them who I am voting for, and as far as I am concerned I won’t be giving them a DIME. Am Tired of the Lying, Crooked, Corrupt RINO politicians Running
            the Republican party.

          • mcgyver35

            that sir, you are correct, we elected “republicans” in 2014 and what did we get???? SCREWED

          • Robert

            Even Caesar Chavez understood that you can not have open BORDERS and enjoy a high standard of Living and he fought against open borders his whole LIFE.
            Apparently you don’t understand that.

          • josebear5

            I don’t want open border or amnesty no no But Trump is already change mind.

          • Robert

            You are an a$$ hole if you expect to come to my country
            take all you can get for free and tell me who to vote for.

          • josebear5

            You are an idiot I have been here long than you my people were Cherokee you are the bast** you are the trenpasser

    • Rich Shack

      Most of the Trump campaign is built on insults, name-calling and mostly false accusations with a heaping helping of populism with little substance. Trump supporters are pretty much the same, responding to any criticism or difference of opinion with insults and name-calling. Trump has tapped into the anger and betrayal of both parties to the working and middle class of this country. But, Cruz is not the establishment and is hated by them. And, he did not start the slamming. He said almost nothing critical of the Donald until Trump began his “birther” attacks on Cruz. Tearing down other GOP opponents may excite the fan base but will not help win the war. And, there will be war no matter who the nominee is.

      • brokebill

        But none of them other than Trump can get the voters motivated. If Trump was not in this race, it would be the most dull win for a democrat we have ever seen in the history of this country. It would be worse than Romney’s loss in 2012.

        Hint Hint. We do not want another loser.

  • Webb

    CPAC…Trump Missing.
    Better use of his time elsewhere, maybe, yet he should have been there to continue to convince others he is the candidate to be elected.
    No opinion here, either way!
    #WithOutCruzWeLose…

    • Robert

      You will never Convince Establishment RINOS. The only way for TRUMP to win, IS in The Primaries. With our help he can show those Worthless Establishment RINO ELITES that we mean business, ignore us at your own peril, we can vote your a$$ out of office in coming elections.
      VOTE TRUMP 2016 For real change and Strong Leadership.

      • brokebill

        That is what I am doing. Taking names of those that can be voted out in the future by how they honor the voters will. If they oppose the majority their time will be limited. They are picking sides for their future now.

  • Upaces

    They are working very hard to push hm out. They remind me of sorority bitchy uptight sorority sisters. They ARE giving him MORE power to Trump everytime they pull this kind of stunt.

    Remember months ago (and it is still continuing), when Ted Cruzbots were toxic to those who want Trump. They, literally, attacked those who wanted Trump. When they did that? TRUMP’S POLL NUMBERS ACTUALLY JUMPED OFF THE CHARTS.

    NO ONE LIKES A BULLY AND, HEYGUYS!!! We ARE watching you. You do know that your own contiguents could vote you out the next time you run.

    • gonefishin27

      Your right no one likes a bully and Trump is a bully, narcissistic, little tyrant

      • william couch

        YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO VOTE FOR SOMEONE ELSE!! AND YOUR SPOOK GOD IS THE SAME WAY!! BUT A HOMO !!!

        • Cheryl Nespor

          What are you smokin’? Nothing you just said makes any sense. Go away.

          • william couch

            PANTY SHEILD STICKING TO YOU!!

          • Cheryl Nespor

            You & McGyver should get together cuz you’re both nuts. Maybe you will understand each other since nobody else can or wants to,

          • william couch

            YOU STARTED IT!!!!

          • Cheryl Nespor

            Next you’ll be saying “Nya, nya nya nya nya nya!” What are you….three?

          • william couch

            Let’s get this straight!! I’m not nuts,,, I’m crazy!! Don’t you have a zucchini that you can play squat tag with?? If you were trolling for an argument, YOU FOUND ONE!!

          • Cheryl Nespor

            You win…..you ARE CRAZY so it wouldn’t be fair of me to take advantage of you in an argument. So this is goodbye.

          • william couch

            EXCELLANT !!!!!!

          • mcgyver35

            Yes it does make sense. Just not to you. And you must be smokin what “YOUR SPOOK GOD” aka Hussein Obama does…maybe now you can see what he is saying since you have been drawn a picture.

      • Richard Schwartz

        Be a good boy and stay on the plantation. You live up to your name

      • Robert

        You are full of Crap.

        • Phannesa

          Tune in to his rallies, thousands of people attending, democrats, blue collar, white collar, women, men, highly educated, not so highly educated but welcomed with open arms, blacks, hispanics, veterans, etc.

          • Robert

            You must be Talking About Trump. Only place Cruz could get that many people is maybe TX. Because he is a favorite son.

          • Phannesa

            Only Trump!

          • ClarenceDeBarrows

            If he’s a “favorite son” anywhere it’s in Canada. Not Texas!

        • Marie Saqueton

          Now, now kids, stay focused on our problem as a country, no name calling please. W don’t want people to get sick, socialist politicians are doing a great job of that.

      • Eddie

        He is just a better person in playing chess! Bully? Who is the one being ganged up on…GOP, Cruz and all the other idiots! When the people are on Trump side and the politicians know he will not take their shit anymore and clean house! Which is needed! He did not create all this debt .. Both democrats and GOP all need to go!

        • Phannesa

          Ditto! when Trump is defiant, he knows we are defiant! when he hits back, we are hitting back! Trump is the most connected candidate I have seen in a while. With common sense, not like the alinsky muslim obama!!

        • Wildeagleone

          TRump is a medicine man selling anything the followers want to make them feel good.” They will follow my orders” if I tell them too. I was in the service for fourteen years and know that no one can order a civilian or a serviceman/woman to do anything illegal. That should tell you followers what a BLOW HARD HE IS. Face it, he has been a salesman all his life and I defy anyone to say they have bought a car without the salesperson trying to work you for all he can get, whether it is a lie or not

          • Eddie

            Well, you might have bought everything Obama was selling then, and look at shit we are in now! I am not for the GOP(not anymore) or democrats, tired of all these idiot politicians shoving it down our throats and we all just saying “OK”! We gave the imbecile in the White house a shot, a damn lawyer…no more lawyers for me since they twist the words. I am going to give a business man a shot, my opinion, which has never occurred! And I will give Trump that shot just because is arrogance to win for the people of the USA. Remember he does not need to do this…all the rest have been on the nipple of the American tax dollars! NO MORE!

          • Wildeagleone

            You have to be one stupid individual to get that I voted for the traitor in the White House from what I wrote. The good thing about living and bein and American is that we are allowed to say what we want and vote for who we want and you can bu y that crap Trump sell if you want but, you can not surmise that I or any one else has voted for any one person unless hyouj are in the voting booth with us. so go forth as Stupid is what you lemmings follow. My writing was referring to TRUMP. God Bless and as we all have to do, live with our choices and I respect yours

          • Robert

            Who do you Like?

          • ClarenceDeBarrows

            Eddie is stupid? He didn’t say you voted for Obama.

          • Eddie

            Funny you indicate to not surmise and yet you do…talk about stupid! We have had enough damn lawyers that only talk well and swoop all you brown nose followers!
            We need to clean house….both GOP and Democrats get rid of all the nipple sucking politicians that do nothing for us and only follow their donors and their agendas! We need to shake the white house! It is following the same groove for 40 years! Does not matter if they are democrat or republicans! We need someone who as you can see everyone is nervous about…and know their days are all numbered!

          • Wildeagleone

            I see that you have a grounded education and probably got an A+ in english and I presume it hasn’t been long since you stopped breast feeding with your knowledge of NIPPLE SUCKING.

          • Robert

            SOUR GRAPES Your Losers wont get the nomination and even if they do Hillary will wipe the floor with both of them.

          • Eddie

            Nice a damn Liar through and through….I believe the military people who were there over the murder of american military people! Please work for her and maybe you will follow the 55 other people who have died mysteriously. No more Bush’s or Clinton’s we American’s have suffered enough with these idiots!

          • Marie Saqueton

            OUCH, for you blind man. I pray she gets indicted before then because she will sell us out, just like her hubby who sold us out to China when they gave millions for his campaign and made China a favored country, dumping all their products here FREE of tariffs, which then closed our manufacturing industry and got corporations to move manufacturing to China’s cheap labor just to survive. Anything for money they’ll do and deaths follow.

          • Dennis

            “no one can order a civilian or a serviceman/woman to do anything illegal”.Wow, where have you been for the last 7 years?

          • Marie Saqueton

            Every successful person in this world is a salesman, because no one will deal with a timid or ignorant person. Salesmanship is a gift for anyone who would like to be a leader or successful in any venture, and to be a good salesman, one has to be very well informed.

          • Wildeagleone

            So what you’re saying is it ok for salesmen to lie when sell their goods and for the consumer to find out after the fact that the product that was promised is not the one they thought they had bought?? Good Logic in your world, not mine. My God didn’t lie to me when he said he would die for our sins but I presume you feel he was jujst selling us, to get the job?

        • Francoise Farron

          Absolutely right! They all need to go. But where to find better people? As long as money determines who wins elections, the corruption will continue. We need public funding of election campaigns – so the money is anonymous and the elected officials own their loyalty to the PEOPLE WHO PAID FOR THEIR ELECTIONS.

      • Michael Dennewitz

        Stop snorting that shit, eh?? Tubbio will not make it!!

      • Dennis

        Please, please, please, don’t be a momma’s boy! We’ve just went through 7 for shit years of ” a bully, narcissistic, little tyrant”! It’s now time for a little ass kicking!!!

      • Marie Saqueton

        You just think he is a bully because you do not like his answer to all his attackers. He does not start it, he fires back when attacked if you care to notice and be truthful.

      • ted j

        well that’s a couple of good traits to start with!!!

      • Robert Early

        And a winner !

    • Cookie Vranish

      Your post was perfect. Nothing I could add.

      • william couch

        Me either….. “SPOTON”!

        • jcadla

          Ditto…

      • Upaces

        We are in this together!!!

    • Richard Schwartz

      It will happen. The problem is people will not fall into line anymore. New voters don’t understand that they need hearded

      • Phannesa

        We are not sheepos!! Good for Trump!!

        • Wildeagleone

          Trump is not the answer as he would never get there so Cruz being the true conservative he is and not allowing the ESTABLISHMENT run him like a clock, he will stand on principle and the Constitution as well as the Bill of Rights. We have to have a consensus soon or they will take this to the Convention and the Establishment will have the last word and put the man/boy Rubio in and that spells trouble as he is their pet and will do what ever he is directed to do to pay back all the money and backing he has received

          • Robert

            The RINO Establishment Wants Rubio the DIPSHIT

          • Nana

            Cruz uses the bible and God to and any cheating he can think of to lie his way in.

          • jmortensen

            Let GOD be HIs judge If I were him I’d be shaking in my boots .. Yes GOD Knows his heart

          • TAM44

            I cannot stand cruz, makes me ill just to see his bought and paid for AZE.

          • Dennis

            Could someone please tell Cruz to remove the clothes pen from his nose when he speaks!!! 🙂 Hey, I’m just say’n…… at least his weasel words and smiles would be a little more tolerable!

          • Wildeagleone

            Show us the contract that says he is owned by ????? Whom ever

          • TAM44

            You wouldn’t understand, and think he gets all his cash from the tooth fairy.

          • Edward

            You said it all in brief words.

          • Wildeagleone

            Obama didn”t lie to us either and how has the worked out?

          • Wingedgodd3ss

            He lied a lot-if you like your dr you can keep your dr….

          • Robert

            He lies most of the TIME

          • Robert

            He is nothing but a Lier.

          • TAM44

            That’s the truth and nothing but the truth.

          • TAM44

            You’re an idiot, taking up for obama shows you’re a loser.

          • Glatik

            Cruz is a puppet of Goldman Sachs.

          • Michael Dennewitz

            Stop snorting that shit, eh??

          • ClarenceDeBarrows

            Cruz, “will stand on principle and the Constitution”. Really! – when he knows full well he is not eligible for the Presidency as per Article II of our Constitution? Is it your contention that Harvard graduates have a special right to ignore the mandates in our Constitution just because they’re “smart” and with obfuscating political rhetoric divert the issue? We have one of those “smart” graduates in the Oval Office right now. How’s that working out for us. And as for “anchor baby” Rubio, oh, forget it. If you don’t get the picture by now you probably don’t care about the facts of the matter – but if you do – simply Google, J. B. Williams The End of the American Presidency. It’s a short read and might surprise you as to what our Constitution actually does say about the “natural born Citizen” controversy being manipulated by poseurs like Cruz and Rubio. Cheers.

          • brokebill

            Cruz can’t motivate and draw the crowds. We need huge numbers and Trump is the only one that can do it.

          • Wildeagleone

            I have said it before and here it is again. Obama drew huge crowds and how is that working out for you (us)

          • brokebill

            He won. I am talking about winning the general election. I can not even imagine HRC as Pres. That to me is unimaginable . So I still say it takes big crowds turning out to win. And I think Trump is the only one that can do it.

          • Wildeagleone

            I agree on this point. No one will come close to his crowd gathering

          • AKLady

            Crowds have nothing, whatsoever, to do with Presidential elections.

            .

            These Presidents did not have thw “popular” vote: John Quincy Adams, Rutherford B. Hayes, Benjamin Harrison, George H.W. Bush, William Clinton, and George W. Bush.

          • Robert

            Your Candidate has to get the DELEGATES FIRST without the DELEGATES he will not get the NOMINATION period.

          • dennis w

            they’re not running in 2016…..
            that’s yesterday’s news…..WHO CARES…….

          • AKLady

            LAW was the point you seem to have purposely ignored.
            FACT is the point you seem to have ignored.
            .
            The voter fraud accusations were/are nothing but fictional propaganda used to brainwash people just like you. People who can be fooled by lies.

          • empty pockets

            Voter fraud and intimidation do have consequences though, AKL. That is most impactful on local and state elections and they are the ones deciding who counts all the votes. The electoral ballots are cast based on who wins their state and most fraud is committed in places where there are a lot of population which translates into electoral votes. True, national popular vote does not elect a president but state popular vote directs the electoral ballots. That’s why the dems focus so heavily on urban areas in densely populated states like NY, Ca, Fla, etc. They don’t need as many states to win enough electoral votes.

            Voter fraud is no myth even if it is ignored by the majority of the media.

          • AKLady

            Sorry, you are incorrect

            .

            The popular vote DOES NOT direct the Electoral College votes.

            These men did not have the popular vote: John Quincy Adams, Rutherford B. Hayes, Benjamin Harrison, George H.W. Bush, William Clinton, and George W. Bush (twice)

          • empty pockets

            GW Bush did NOT win the popular vote but he DID win the electoral college vote and without “dirty tricks”. Lincoln likewise did not win the popular vote but did win the electoral college vote.

            When a state is “called” for one or another candidate for pres, those Electoral Votes go into their column. When one candidate reaches a majority of electoral votes they win.

            If only 1 person in each of 49 states voted and all voted for the R but the 50th state was Ca and EVERYONE there voted for the D, the R would still win even though Ca has scads of electoral votes…but not enough to overcome all the rest.

          • AKLady

            The popular vote DOES NOT direct the Electoral College votes.

            “A state’s entitled allotment of electors equals the number of members in its Congressional delegation: Electors are often chosen to recognize service and dedication to their political party. They may be State-elected officials, party leaders, or persons who have a personal or political affiliation with the Presidential candidate. ”

            Less than 50% of states require their Electors to follow the popular vote.

            A majority of 270 electoral votes is required to elect the President.

            Source: http://www.archives.gov/federal-register/electoral-college/electors.html

          • empty pockets

            Which state[s] gave its electoral votes to the LOSER of the popular vote in that state?

          • AKLady

            The Electoral College elects the President.
            We the People do not, cannot — the Constitution does not permit us to do so.
            Learn hwo your government actually works.

          • brokebill

            Yes, I understand and agree with your comment. No argument. But if we are going to play this out where the electoral college elects based on some form of citizen representation LOL, I know you will take exception to that! Those that control everything have upset the ppl. The pendulum needs to swing back a bit.

          • AKLady

            The Electoral College elects the President —
            We the People do not, cannot.

          • Wildeagleone

            Crapy system we have but the entire capitol hill and the admin are crapy also so where the he11 do we go from here?

          • AKLady

            Constitutional amendment is the valid legal route to take.

          • Robert

            The current Leader in Delegate Count is TRUMP if he continues on like this he will most likely end up with enough votes from delegates for the first round to win.
            Cruz could end up as the Spoiler and neither man would get the NOMINATION. This would make the RINOS ecstatic, then they could support Rubio or Romney, its
            Called a Draft where they Pick a Candidate and throw all their support behind Him or Her. We have to be careful
            or we will lose an opportunity to make real change.

          • AKLady

            Wirhout the foul langiage?
            .
            The required action is a Constitutional Amendment.
            Something your elected representives in Congess would be required to start.

          • Robert

            IT depends on who gets the Correct Delegates. They are bound to vote for the Candidate who won the most votes in their district on the First Vote. If neither Candidate gets enough votes in the first Round then probably neither man will win. The Rinos will be working the Convention Twisting arms Promising Favors and money to those Delegates who vote for Their Man. Think about this, you have some say about who is nominated if
            our Candidate gets enough votes in the First Round, after that what you want doesn’t matter. Think before you vote, who has the best chance of getting enough votes to win the NOMINATION the first go Round?

          • Robert

            Is Obama a Republican? What did you expect? The thing you have to worry about is that Trump and Cruz could cancel each other out. Which is Just what The
            Rino Establichment Elite Want. You have to pick one of those 2 men, I will be Voting for TRUMP.

          • hawleyridge1

            Because too many dipstick Rep. stayed home in a snit. Romney was not my first choice, but i voted for him. It is just that he ceded the presidency to a Muslim socialist.

          • Wingedgodd3ss

            Yeah but apparently Trump told the NY Times that what he promised he would do about immigration is a total lie. That is the issue that propelled him in the first place….

          • Robert

            How do you know This? Are you in management at the NEW YORK TIMES. They hope TRUMP loses. THE NYT IS owned by CARLOS SLIM the Richest Mexican in the world. Who do you think he Supports. He likes open
            Borders. HE is another GLOBALIST who thinks he should have a say in how The United States of AMERICA is run. Is that what you want, some body from Mexico telling you how your country should be run?

          • Wingedgodd3ss

            I would like to hear Trump dispel the rumor…

          • Sandy129

            Cruz is not eligible for the Office of President any more than Obama was and add to that Rubio. Cruz has been bought and paid for as well. Goldman Sachs…

          • Wildeagleone

            If you are truly in the KNOW, please show us the facts or you are just spouting TALKING POINTS BY RUBIO, AND TRUMP

          • AKLady

            You obviously lack the knowledge and education to make that determination.

          • Sandy129

            All it takes is the ability to read and make the time to read the Constitution as well as other documents. Apparently you haven’t and if you have, read it again.

          • Dennis

            “Trump is not the answer as he would never get there”
            Here we go, another fortune teller! What do you base this on?

          • Marie Saqueton

            Maybe an inside tip from George Soros who owns the ballot counting machine contract, now based in Spain where he moved its corporate home right after he bought the company? Find out who owns the Co. of the ballot machine in your State….interesting.

          • Dennis

            Marie, check things out first! Don’t go along with “inside tips”. That’s what is going on in Kansas and Maine today. People are like “schools of fish”. Something gets flashed in front of them (three days of constant Trump bashing) & they instantly change direction!
            http://www.snopes.com/politics/ballot/scytl.asp

          • Marie Saqueton

            IF THE GOP RAILROADS THE WILL OF THE PEOPLE THEN THAT WILL BE THEIR LAST HURRAH…A new party will be born and the Democrats and Republicans will go on to oblivion….people power after all…

          • Wingedgodd3ss

            Yes and won’t that be strange-communists against conservatives…there will be no real middle anymore…

          • Robert

            Be careful how you vote in The Primaries.

          • Robert

            Do you realize how long that would take?

          • Colon

            That’s not going to happen. Not this year.

          • margie

            The writer of the below column works for Bloomberg News and
            was quite

            prescient when he wrote about Obama in early 2008.
            So——–this

            ain’t a bad overview on The
            Donald and what he represents or misrepresents—–the good

            and the bad.

            The author is the political correspondent for Bloomberg and
            wrote extensively about Obama even before he was elected and he did it with
            facts and more facts.

            “Who is Donald Trump?” The better question may be,
            “What is Donald Trump?” The answer: A giant middle finger from
            average Americans to the political and media establishment.

            Some Trump supporters are like the 60s white girls who dated
            black guys just to annoy their

            parents. But most Trump supporters have simply had it with
            the Demo socialists and the “Republicans in Name Only”. They know
            there isn’t a dime’s worth of difference between

            Hillary Rodham and Jeb Bush, and only a few cents worth between
            Rodham and the other GOP candidates. Ben Carson is not an “establishment”
            candidate, but the Clinton machine would pulverize Carson, and the somewhat rebellious
            Ted Cruz will (justifiably so) be tied up with natural born citizen lawsuits
            (as might Marco Rubio). The Trump supporters figure they may as well have some
            fun tossing Molotov cocktails at Wall Street and Georgetown while they watch
            the nation collapse.

            Besides, lightning might strike, Trump might get elected,
            and he might actually fix a few things. Stranger things have happened. (The
            nation elected a Marxist in 2008 and Bruce Jenner now wears designer dresses.) Millions
            of conservatives are justifiably furious. They gave

            the Republicans control of the House in 2010 and control of the
            Senate in 2014 and have seen them govern no differently than Nancy Pelosi and
            Harry Reid. Yet those same voters are supposed to trust the GOP in 2016? Why?
            Trump did not come from out of nowhere. His candidacy was created by the last
            six years of Republican failures.

            No reasonable person can believe that any of the establishment
            candidates will slash federal spending, rein in the Federal Reserve, cut
            burdensome business regulations, reform the tax code, or eliminate useless
            federal departments (the Departments of Education, Housing and Urban

            Development, Energy, etc.). Even Ronald Reagan was unable to eliminate the
            Department of Education. (Of course, getting shot at tends to make a person
            less of a risk-taker.) No reasonable person can believe that any of the
            nation’s major problems will be solved by Rodham, Bush, and the other dishers
            of donkey fazoo now eagerly eating corn in Iowa and pancakes in

            New Hampshire.

            Many Americans, and especially Trump supporters, have had it
            with:

            Anyone named Bush

            Anyone named Clinton

            Anyone who’s held political office

            Political correctness

            Illegal immigration

            Massive unemployment

            Phony “official” unemployment and inflation
            figures

            Welfare waste and fraud

            People faking disabilities to go on the dole

            VA waiting lists

            TSA airport groping

            Obama Care

            The Federal Reserve’s money-printing schemes

            Wall Street crooks like Jon Corzine

            Michelle Obama’s vacations

            Michelle Obama’s food police

            Barack Obama’s golf

            Barack Obama’s arrogant and condescending lectures

            Barack Obama’s criticism/hatred of America

            Valerie Jarrett

            “Holiday trees”

            Hollywood hypocrites

            Global warming nonsense

            Cop killers

            Gun confiscation threats

            Stagnant wages

            Chevy Volts

            Clock boy

            Pajama boy

            Mattress girl

            Boys in girls’ bathrooms

            Whiny, spoiled college students who can’t even place the
            Civil War in the correct century

            . . . and that’s just the short

            list.

          • Robert

            Cruz is not the answer either. Many republicans vote for him.

          • Robert Early

            Beware. Don’t believe any polls; especially those coming out of Florida right now. Polls today do not reflect public opinion. They are used by power brokers to influence and manipulate the voters. I have worked seven campaigns; and I know the game.

          • Wildeagleone

            Thanks for the heads up

          • Robert Early

            Cruz just recruited the help of RINO Jeb Bush. I’m not sure this action is going to help him. Some of Trump’s profanity reminds me of Harry (the buck stops here) Truman. Whatever happened to real Democrats.

          • hawleyridge1

            Cruz has deep debts to the establishment. He will repay them.

        • AKLady

          No, but you cannot elect a President.
          So, what exactly is your point?

      • AKLady

        New voters do not understand that they do not, cannot, elect a President.

    • Phannesa

      Mitch McConnell needs to give his seat to a real Republican. Paul Ryan, needs to chill, he is not above the voters’ will!

      • brokebill

        Mitch should just retire. Ryan is getting off on the wrong footing. We are watching him!
        If these politicians EVER want to be re-elected they need to wise up. This movement is not going away.

        • Wingedgodd3ss

          I’m already sick of Ryan

          • brokebill

            I am already sorry we got him as speaker.

        • Name

          No more watching! Now it’s acting time. Kick Ryan out!

      • Nina

        There are probably not 2 in congress I despise more!! That includes Pelosi and Reid, bc at least we know they are on the other side admittedly!! Those two are just piece of crap!!

      • TAM44

        mitch mcconnell is like having a person with a lobotomy, paul ryan is just a younger john boehner.

        • Name

          Both must go.

      • AKLady

        Ryan tends to lie frequently, and even about the most stupid things — like his marathon times.

      • Robert Early

        AMAZING ! Tom DeLay is willing to sacrifice his life in defense of his stupid views. Thank you, Tom.

    • Maggiemae

      And I really hope they do get voted out! It’s way past time that they did. If your state hasn’t signed on to the Convention of States..one of which 3 of their points is for Term Limits for Congress. I know IN has signed that, FL as well along with 6 other States…to date. Find out if your state has voted for that…if not, contact your Senator..tell friends and family to do the same. Put pressure on your state. That is the only way to get the rot out of DC.

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