Endorsing Trump! – Tea Party Member Gone Rogue?

Who’s gone rogue? The Establishment, the elites in the GOP, that’s who! Priority number one for these pseudo-aristocrats is to force a brokered convention in order to shove their nominee down our throats! This time they’re putting more than just a critical election at risk, the survival of the GOP itself is at stake, and perhaps a last chance to salvage our once great but now floundering country! Apparently the use of any tactic is fair game as long as it prevents Trump from receiving the 1237 delegates needed to secure the nomination. Due to selfishness, these pseudo-aristocrats are going to do anything it takes to protect their personal power, voters be damned!

Alinsky-style tactics commonly used by the media, and some Democrats, have been adopted by many GOP elites to prevent the ‘outsider’ from prevailing in this primary. These elites don’t find media manipulation, innuendo or propaganda objectionable as long as it’s directed at their common enemy. Paid ‘protestors’ who create disruptive spectacles such as the one at the Trump rally in Ohio last Saturday aren’t being criticized by the Establishment. They know very well the value of negative advertising. Audio sound bites and video clips designed to cast an undesirable light on the common enemy is welcomed especially at no cost to the club. When it comes to fiscal constraint, this is the only success these elites can claim.


Even when it’s clearly time to start backing the voter’s choice, the establishment-cronies won’t get behind the clear leader and instead keep doing whatever they can to divide the party when their efforts should be to unite it. Perhaps more than ever, these GOP elites have caused this nomination process to devolve in to one of ‘exclusivity’. Driving their actions more so than any real concern for Trump’s legitimacy as a GOP candidate is their concern for retaining personal power. I too have reservations about Trump, but then I have reservations about every candidate. Whether pushing Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, John Kasich or Marco Rubio, a contested convention would simply produce another establishment-loser to run in the general election. Conservatism would suffer yet another loss to the socialist Clinton, Sanders or whoever else may emerge from the mess on the left. If this goes to convention, the GOP may accomplish nothing short of self-destruction.

The establishment’s record of failure is clear. Surely it’s time we stopped allowing these elites to force losers upon us. No socialist democrat will lead this country back to its Constitutional foundation and neither will any GOP establishment candidate. For many years Republican establishment candidates haven’t been all that different from Democrat candidates. It’s also hard to lead when you’re the loser. It’s not ‘rogue’ of me then to gamble on Trump, especially when considering what a convention would produce. With the existing delegate count largely favoring Trump, and the greatest resistance to his nomination coming from the GOP elites, my decision to support him gets increasingly easier.

Early on the choice of Trump over Cruz was challenging for me because Cruz has done great work on 2nd Amendment issues. As with any candidate though, he too can be criticized for things like supporting some less than constitutional conservative people and for his work pushing the TPA. At its core, TPA is a critical mechanism designed to promote Globalism which means a loss of US sovereignty. Cruz may be regretting his involvement in TPA, but who knows? Trade agreements such as those proposed in TPA are things Trump will help negotiate without TPA and accomplish what’s necessary while keeping our country’s sovereignty intact. Trump says that we must not mess with the 2nd Amendment and despite some concern, he seems to understand the folly awaiting anyone trying to do so.

At considerable risk to his popularity, Trump takes a hard line on Muslim immigration which I find courageous and necessary. Apparently, this hasn’t offended all Muslims as he’s getting support from many. Without conforming to a politically correct narrative, Trump says the things many of us are thinking, and that’s commendable. It’s not bigoted of one to recognize and try to get to the source of a problem, to solve it, and thus protect the innocent.

Most Republicans claim they want border security and yet want amnesty for illegal immigrants. I believe the vast majority of Americans – including legal immigrants – oppose illegal immigration. Trump says Mexico will pay for the border wall. Trump clearly sees the need to dispense with or at least drastically reduce the power of big government agencies such as the IRS, EPA and the DOE. He understand the ills of Common Core and knows that educational concerns are the states’ purview, not the Feds.

As for electability, Trump polls quite well with evangelicals, many of whom I thought would favor Cruz. The women’s vote is admittedly a bit of a hurdle for Trump. Trump deserves to be criticized for being less than polite and for his sometimes abrasive and unnecessary comments. Does this mean that some women may follow Romney’s advice and do a write-in vote or just not vote? Either way, those lost votes would only help Hillary or, by some possible change of events, the other socialist ‘D’. It’s clear to me why many women find it difficult to support Trump, at least based on his personality.

I doubt that many voters will follow Romney’s advice in the face of a Trump nomination and do a write-in vote. Most will reject this establishment-advice and instead will cast their vote for Trump even if they have to wear clothespins on their noses. I wore a clothespin on my nose when I voted for Romney!

So, if you must, say that I’ve gone rogue, kick me out of the Republican Party, or out of the Tea Party, but know this: our RINO leadership has been in the process of kicking right-thinking Republicans like me out of the GOP tent for the past two decades. I proudly endorse Trump for President!

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  • Lady Patriot

    So sorry to know you aren’t backing the only proven Constitutional Conservative, Ted Cruz. He has spent his entire adult life working for We the People, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Trump is a thin-skinned narcissist who is a pathological liar. He lies every day about something. I think he’s a Democrat plant.

    • Kevin

      Trump is a Democrat plant! There is lots of evidence that Trump has been long-time friends with the Clintons! He’s just here (now) to help throw an election to Hillary and Bill!

  • Colo43

    “Trump 2016”

    • MARIE OSER

      The republicans have lost me. I like Cruz but it’s not his time.
      For this election, we need Trump.

      • MikefromNC

        We “need” Trump?

        No, we don’t need Trump. We NEED to restore our Founding principles.

        1- Politically – we return to the original meaning of the Constitution.

        2- Morally – we need to return to Biblical value and principles.

        Without that, we never get our country back. Trump is unfamiliar with either one, while Cruz is intimately familiar with both.

        • Interestedintruth

          The original Constitution says Cruz is not a natural born citizen and is not eligible.Also, we are not voting for a preacher.

          • MikefromNC

            Does it? Please show me where the Constitution says Cruz is not a NBC.

            The “preacher” garbage is lame and tiresome.

            Do you have anything substantive to add or are you just into slogans and bumper stickers?
            Like “Make America Great Again”. (without a clue about how that is supposed to happen)

          • Interestedintruth

            Why talk to you? You don’t want to know. Just like Killary’s supporters not wanting to know about Benghazi.

          • MikefromNC

            So you have no answer I see. You’re just making things up and / or repeating what some other clueless person said.

          • Interestedintruth

            Of course, I have answers and they have been posted here. We have answers to Killary supporters, too…but, you, like them, are hopeless.

          • MikefromNC

            Still nothing except insults.

          • TJL

            There you go again. Where are your facts. You keep pounding away at the birther thing that even you candidate Trump has had to give up on because it is not factual.
            No we are not voting in a preacher, but we are also not voting in a game show host.

          • Interestedintruth

            They have been posted repeatedly. You don’t want to see them or know them. So stop the BS about lack of facts.

      • TJL

        If you like Cruz, promote him until he is no longer available. Not his time? Come on.
        The above article and ones like it are written by people who have never really been conservative and never actually voted according to values.
        It’s the personality. Its the show. This time the showman is Trump, and if he wins people will be saying, “but he said he would do this and he didn’t”. Boo hoo. Guess they got suckered again.
        The only reason why it may not be time for Cruz is because we have a nation full of suckers who keep voting in showmen.

  • Richard Long

    Cruz is a good candidate who might be too conservative to win the general election. Why don’t Ted and his supporters try to win by promoting Ted’s policies, plans, and accomplishments instead of joining with the left wing and establishment in demonizing Trump. As this article outlines, Ted is not a perfect candidate by any means. I will support either Trump or Ted if they win the nomination. I started as a Cruz supporter, but now I am on the fence. The more Ted crucifies Trump, the more I am drawn to Trump.

    • MikefromNC

      Then your “support” is based on personality, not principle.

    • CSN

      It is not conservative to run for President of the United States when you are not a natural born citizen. He truly is not, and no amount of lolly gagging will change that fact.

      • Interestedintruth

        And the fact that he is running based on the fact that he is such a “constitutionalist”, makes it worse since the Constitution is what says he is not eligible.He has also sealed his and his mother’s citizenship records…too much like Obama.

        • MikefromNC

          Hogwash. (which is typical of Trumpkins)

          Nobody has “sealed” anything – except Trump and his tax records.

        • TJL

          His records are not sealed. Why are you spreading such lies? And, by the way, he has been cleared to run as a presidential candidate. He did turn in all the required documents. And, some of the most notable Constitutional lawyers are promoting him… but you are the legal expert.

          • Interestedintruth

            He does not grant access to his or his mother’s citizenship records = sealed = truth, not lies

      • MikefromNC

        That is complete garbage. Cruz was a US citizen when he was born. Nobody with any credibility is disputing that fact. Hence, he is a natural born citizen.
        Have you noticed that even Trump isn’t mentioning that any more? Guess why?
        Because it’s ridiculous.

        • Interestedintruth

          Everybody with credibility will be disputing the fact, once Cruz is not serving the purpose of keeping Trump’s numbers down enough to force a brokered convention. Yes Cruz is probably a citizen..but CANNOT be a natural born citizen, which is what the Constitution requires. He was born out of the country and not on US property like an army base.

          • MikefromNC

            A long line of very highly respected Constitutional scholars – people who have dedicated their lives to knowing, teaching, and following the Constitution – say you are wrong.
            The Constitution does NOT say what you claim it says.

            Cruz was a citizen at birth. He did not have to go through some sort of naturalization process in order to become a citizen. Hence, he is a “natural born” citizen.

            If you oppose Cruz, do it on principles and positions, not on some convoluted misinterpretation of the Constitution.

          • Interestedintruth

            Tell me which scholars?Isn’t the fact that Cruz places such importance on the Constitution one of the main reasons people like him? So starting off going against the Constitution is an important principle. We’ve had this discussion before and I respect your loyalty to Cruz. I am not saying he is not eligible based on my own voting priority. He was not a citizen at birth because his mother did not submit the proper papers when he was born out of the country.He was probably naturalized later on but has refused to grant access to either his or his mother’s citizenship records.At any rate, being born out of the country means he cannot be a “natural born citizen”, which is what the Constitution requires.Whether you “like” this info or not, it will come out eventually once the establishment is thru using him to force a brokered convention on us.

          • MikefromNC

            John Eastman
            Michael Farris
            Mark Levin
            Neal Katyal
            Paul Clement

            Start with those and move on….

            This isn’t a matter of what I like or not, nor what you want to believe. It is a matter of the truth. You can reject it if you want. But you have nothing else to hang your hat on apparently.

          • Interestedintruth

            Those are scholars?

          • MikefromNC

            Why yes. Yes they are.

            I know you are accustomed to anonymous bloggers as your sources.

            I’ll help you with the first one, but you’ll to make some effort on your own for the rest.

            John Eastman is the Henry Salvatori Professor of Law at Chapman University Fowler School of Law. He is the Founding Director of the Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence. He formerly clerked for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and he served as the Director of Congressional & Public Affairs at the US Commission on Civil Rights during the Reagan administration.

            The rest are people of similar backgrounds.

            So yeah, they’re scholars.

          • ArmyCombatVet

            Your’e correct, no CRBA filed an absolute requirement and maintained his Canadian birth certificate for 44 years before renouncing it in 2014 when he decided to throw his unqualified hat into the ring. The guy is a snake, he is a pawn of Goldman-Sachs, his wife is CFR and little teddy voted for and pushed the international trade authority, a criminal attempt to further destroy jobs in America! His constant attack on my email multiple times a day begging for money, is sick. Failing to unsubscribe me when I continually demand they do so, is beyond criminal. I don’t vote for beggars with divided loyalties, who like snakes, keep trying to bite the hand of the voters. I could go on but why bother, suffice it to say, just looking at his nauseous face and the smirks that emanate from it is more than I care partake in as well as his cheating style! It’s called desperation! Trump 2016!

          • Lady Patriot

            Actually, it is Kasich who is forcing a contested convention – he needs to drop out of the race now. Polls show if it was a two man race between Trump and Cruz, Cruz would win. 60+% of Republican voters do not like Trump.

    • TJL

      If this article, or any other one like it, has caused you to ride the fence, then you really never supported Cruz or anything he stands for. Buck up and take a stand. Cruz still has a chance to win, but he can’t if people keep falling for the tricks of politics.
      And, no, Ted is not crucifying Trump! Knock it off. That comment is not even called for.
      They both have gone after each other, as political challengers always do.
      Why didn’t you say, Trump crucifies Cruz? Trump has more attack ads with lies about Cruz than Cruz can afford to counter, but you didn’t call Trump a crucifier.

      • Richard Long

        This article did not cause me to start riding the fence. My position has gradually changed over a period of time. I respect your position. But your comment: “Buck up and take a stand” is a personal attack because it implies that I am not already bucking up! You don’t know me, or anything about me, my friend. If my comment about Ted crucifying Trump is not called for, your personal attack is certainly not called for either!
        Your comment: “if people keep falling for the tricks of politics”- it seems to me that you might be assuming that because you are passionate about Ted Cruz, that no one else is informed or smart as you. Kind of like Ted’s comment the other day about Trump supporters being uninformed, and even insulting the demographics of the southeastern part of this country’s voters. But at least you are not like Glen Beck, calling me a brown-shirt, and Trump, Hitler, and Breitbart News, Goebbels. That guy hurts Ted more than he helps him. And Beck was all for Romney last time, and Romney is more of a liberal than Trump!
        I would like to see Ted explain more how a flat tax is going to put more in the pocket of the middle class taxpayer who owns a home, has dependents, gives to a church, and has other deductions. When I ran the numbers, it seems as if we would pay a lot more. I am not a CPA. I could be wrong. I would like to see him explain it more. Also, how could dismantling the tax code not have a detrimental effect on the real estate market, and housing values when the mortgage interest and property tax deductions are eliminated. How could it not have an effect on churches and their budgets if giving were to decrease? I would like to see more policy discussion instead of trying to win the election by joining up with the establishment Republicans, the left, and the media to destroy Trump’s candidacy. They are the enemy, not Trump. And it is not working anyway. It turns people off and makes Ted just seem like any other politician, which he is not. I disagree with his tactics, not his conservatism.
        As far as attack ads, I have never seen a Trump ad attacking Cruz, so someone would have to document that piece of info. I have heard on a regular basis that Trump has spent far less than all the other candidates on advertising because of his ability to manipulate the media into giving him free coverage.

    • Kevin

      Trump has spent nearly every moment, since last summer when he said he was getting in the 2016 campaign, attacking every other candidate. What goes around, comes around–and, Trump (now) deserves everything he gets!

      • Richard Long

        Maybe, but every one of us deserve hell, and if we escape it, it is only by the grace of God thru Jesus Christ. So, you might want to go a little easy on what goes around comes around, it applies to all mankind, doesn’t it?

      • Interestedintruth

        Every candidate attacked him first…that was the way they were going to make a name for themselves and prove they were leaders…by attacking Trump. Didn’t work well for Bush or Rubio and it won’t work for Ted either.

    • Lady Patriot

      Ted Cruz hasn’t crucified Trump. Cruz simply tells the truth about Trump. Trump is a pathological liar. Every day he lies about something. Trump is crude, rude, vile, vulgar and vindictive. Not good qualities to be POTUS. Trump has also flip-flopped on every major issue. He dodged the draft 5 TIMES during the Viet Nam conflict and he wants to be Commander-in-Chief? He said he would order our military to take out the wives and children of terrorists. He apparently isn’t familiar with the Geneva Convention which would make that an illegal act. Donald J. Trump is a low-life thug and is not presidential material.

      • Richard Long

        So what do you really think?! If I wanted to make a list of everything negative about Ted, and exaggerate it, then I would be doing what you just did. I admire your passion, but at the end of the day, I doubt that Ted would win the general election, even if he finds a way to beat Trump. And the establishment will steal it from Ted at a brokered convention if he gets close. Just saying…I have noticed the better Trump does, the more harsh his supporters become. Where is the agape?

  • Chris

    What a disappointment! Come on, Joe. There are few real conservative’s that I thought I could trust. Now there is one less :-(. How can you know the real Donald Trump? He has changed from very liberal positions on many crucial issues. He still says he can change any time to anything he wants. He said that! He’s contributed to the campaigns of many hard core liberals whose stances have put or Country on the brink of destruction. He threatens prominent people who don’t agree or speak out against him “Paul Ryan better agree with me or he’ll pay a heavy price.” or “They better be careful, they have a lot to hide!” in a tweet about the Rickets family. What is happening to real conservatism?

  • sceddymon

    You seem intelligent and articulate, but you’re being played. You have your “reservations” about Trump. Well, I have more than “reservations.” I am dead certain that he is not a good or moral person, and if a majority of voters (and who knows how many of them are really liberals who want to prop up a bigot and a bully as the front man for conservatism), then the majority are dead wrong. Trump is everything the Republican party (from Lincoln to Reagan to MLK) used to stand against. If he becomes the nominee, not only will I refuse to vote for him, but the Republican party can count me out. I cannot vote for Billary, but I also cannot vote for a con man who has you and millions of other people fooled. A third term for the Clintons will be devastating to the country, but the anointing of Trump as the face of conservatism will, in the long run, be worse, since the ability of the conservative movement to re-construct America will be destroyed. Cruz is our last best hope, as Lincoln was in 1860. He became the nominee in a brokered convention in which somebody else was favored to win. It is my hope and prayer that Cruz will become our nominee, even if the powers of evil are doing everything to fool people like you into supporting the con man.

  • MikefromNC

    No, not gone “rogue”. That sounds like some almost admirable, bold step into a new era.

    More like gone GULLIBLE.

    You’ve been had by the master con man. Wake up.

  • gracentruth

    Donald Trump is the only person who has enough money to stand up to the republican-marxist party and their buddies, demomarxists (evidence is clear). Cruz is not eligible; he is not a natural born citizen. I am willing to join a class action lawsuit against him for return of my donation to him. Cruz is being used by republican-marxist party. Does he know it? I believe that he does. What a shame. Peace,

    • Interestedintruth

      In total agreement with you but Cruzbots simply don’t want to know or understand.Since others don’t really feel he has a chance, they are not concerned either.But, if he goes any further, you can be sure the fact that he is not eligible will hit the fan.

      • Lady Patriot

        Cruz’s eligibility has gone before several federal judges. All say he is qualified to be POTUS.

        • Interestedintruth

          No, it has not.

          • Lady Patriot

            OMG! It most certainly HAS! Do some research – and btw, change your screen name. You’re anything BUT interested in the truth.

    • TJL

      So, did you file a class action suit against the current president who’s birth place is questionable and his father has never been a US citizen, and he doesn’t deny that fact.
      I have read your posts over the course of quite some time and I am stunned at your choice. Everything about Trump is offensive to your belief system, but you are choosing him. You seem to have bought into his showmanship, like so many others have. He is just a showman who was just recently speaking the opposite on almost everything he says. And, much of what he says he will do as president, he cannot even propose to do. He won’t be elected dictator.
      Not sure how you came to the conclusion that Cruz is being used by the “republican-Marxist” party. He is hated by all the other senators. The GOP has refused to even support his efforts in most States.
      Cruz is hated by you, for reasons you don’t even rightly know, and he is hated by the GOP, but yet, he is still possibly going to be elected, if we can find enough real conservatives.
      It’s interesting that prominent Constitutional lawyers, like Levin, are backing Cruz, and you think you know more about law than they do, and you say he isn’t qualified, as though you are the expert.
      I have often respected and agreed with your posts, but lately I am just shaking my head and wondering what happened to even your beliefs in God. Very strange how you have been drawn in by such an immoral showman as Trump.

      • Interestedintruth

        Many did try to file lawsuits against Obama. However, he did know what the Constitution says so he made sure he was born in Hawaii with an American parent, which made him a natural born citizen. His BC has been proven to be bogus but, probably due to race, nobody has been interested in pursuing it.

        • Lady Patriot

          Even if Obama was born in Kenya, his mother was an American citizen thereby making him an American citizen.

          • Interestedintruth

            This evidently is just too difficult for you to understand.It is not a matter of whether he is a citizen or not. It is whether he is a Natural Born Citizen…which you can’t be if born outside of the US. Even to be a citizen, papers must be submitted to the embassy so that a child born outside of the country can be a citizen.That’s why Obama claimed to be born in the US (Hawaii) to eliminate this problem. Now you go on and believe what you want.I’m tired of trying to explain to people who don’t want to or can’t understand.

          • Lady Patriot

            Interestedintruth, You know, your insults are really not necessary to make your point. All they do is raise hackles and create an unnecessary environment of anger. If you can’t present an argument in a civil manner, then perhaps you should just stfu.

            A person most certainly can be a Natural Born Citizen if they are born abroad or outside of the U.S. People much smarter than you, and legal scholars have concluded, “….that those who meet the legal requirements for U.S. citizenship ‘at the moment of birth’, regardless of place of birth, are also natural born citizens.” One legal requirement is that the mother of the child be an American born citizen, which Ted Cruz’s mother was.

    • So you’re saying that you won’t stand on principle, you’ll support someone who doesn’t have any. Cruz has a proven history of standing on principle, Trump has a proven history of not.

  • vaquerobob

    IGNORE the anti-Trump Tolls and their Leftist media generated hate! We the People applaud your Stand to go against the GOP Establishment and cast your support for Mr. Trump! We MUST take our government back from the Evil forces which have ensnared it!

    • TJL

      Hate? All people get is hate comments from people like you promoting Trump. Your posts scream at everyone who doesn’t agree. Its one attack after another. Spreading lies you cannot back up. Constantly saying that others are the liars. Why not stop calling your opponents evil and leftist and establishment, when you really don’t know any of us. Just because I will promote Cruz for as long as the primary process is going, that doesn’t make me evil, leftist, or establishment, or any other bad thing. I know that Trump is a showman who is new to the so-called republican platform. Recent converts are not usually the best to elect into leadership roles. You can slam Cruz all you want to, but if I defend him, I am being a hater. Very screwy.

      • Interestedintruth

        You sound much more angry than Vaquerobob. And if I were to mention the basic fact that Cruz is not eligible, you would probably have a hissy fit.

      • ArmyCombatVet

        Scream much!! Put a cork in it, it’s America still, at least for now and real Americans don’t appreciate your constant bloviating on the and other blogs. Sadly your not the only one! Cruz is a cheater and a back stabber among many other unsavory characteristics is the main reason I no longer support him, besides the fact that he always looks like he is nauseous!

  • Craig Kinnowr

    I am through with the Republican Party — I am for Trump because I believe that he can restore America to greatness — I know that he has a lot of flaws, however, I want someone who can beat Hillary — Cruz just became an American citizen — a good man, however they would have to change the Constitution to allow him to become President — the Democrats would shred him to pieces — great article Joe — keep up the good work.

    • Interestedintruth

      Cruzbots don’t want to know…just like Killary supporters don’t want to know about Benghazi. Yes, if he gets ahead, Dems will shred him to pieces on this…or maybe even the establishment will.

      • TJL

        And your proof? You Trumpbot! Why is this birther thing your only argument? Is it because you and Trump both lack substance to discuss with conservatives?
        Your showman is just talk when it comes to conservative issues, but he has been all walk when it comes to the liberal issues he has supported all the way up to this election. You got suckered. Admit it and go for Cruz.

        • Interestedintruth

          OMG, you’re calling me such a horrible name. Boo hoo! No, it’s not my only argument but it is the most important to America! Here’s some more reading for you:READ: “Ted Cruz, Henry Kissinger and The Globalists” Kelleigh Nelson

          READ: “The Lies of Romney, Megyn Kelly and Ted Cruz” Kelleigh Nelson

          READ: “Ted Cruz, Common Core, Homeschooling and His Proposed S-306 Bill” Anita Hoge

          READ: “Glenn Beck and Ted Cruz The Master of Lies” Kelleigh Nelson

          READ: “Cruz’s Unethical Profiling of Americans” Anita Hoge

          READ: “Ted Cruz’s Federal Education ‘CHOICE’ Kills the American Dream” Anita Hoge

          READ: “Raphael and Ted Cruz-Biggest Con Artists since Rosie Ruiz” Cuba 54

          READ: “Cruz accused of fraud in Iowa win” The Horn News

          READ: “Ted Cruz’s Iowa Mailers Are More Fraudulent Then Everyone Thinks” The New Yorker

          READ: “How ‘Trumpism’ trumps pseudo-conservatism, and is not Obamunism”

          READ: “Things Cruz would face as GOP nominee that Trump wouldn’t have to” Coach is Right.

          READ: “Sen. Cruz Amendment to Immigration Legislation to Increase H-1B Visas” YouTube

    • MikefromNC

      Cruz was an American citizen when he drew his first breath. Please get a clue.

      • Nels

        Cruz may well be a citizen of the US. Unfortunately, Cruz hasn’t ever established that. There is paperwork which should have been filed to establish his citizenship when he was born in Canada. Cruz has never presented that Consular Report of Birth Abroad which would show that you are correct. It would be trivial for him to prove … if he were a citizen.
        .
        Natural born isn’t clearly defined. The only person who is undoubtedly natural born is one who is born inside the country, to two citizen parents. All others are in doubt. Assuming he is a citizen, is Cruz natural born? There is a reasonable case to be made for natural born – and for doubt. After the Kenyan-American, I’m done with doubtful candidates and hyphenated Americans.
        .
        In addition to the questions Cruz has chosen not to answer about his citizenship, we have the fact that Cruz has pushed for more H1-B visas. Until Trump raised the issue, Cruz never pushed for ending the immi-vasion, never pushed for excluding all mohammedans. Even if he really has had a change of heart on immi-vaders and mohammedans, I’d rather have the one who pushed him to change, and that’s Trump.

    • TJL

      News alert! Trump is running as a Republican!
      A couple years ago he was a Democrat. He has only spent large amounts on the campaigns of people whom I presume you don’t prefer in government offices.
      News alert! Cruz has been an American citizen all his life! And, he wasn’t born yesterday. You’d better get your news from more places than Trumps headlines.
      News alert! All head to head poles still have Trump loosing to Hillary by at least 8 points and Cruz winning by a few points or tying Hillary.
      You are buying the Trump hype being spread by false conservatives.
      If you think this was a good article you need to go back and reread it because Greg goofed all over. And, he has been a Trump supporter all along. Just reread his past articles.
      It was not a good pick, Joe. You are worrying me, Joe.

  • WhiteFalcon

    There is little or no difference between the Commieonazicrat party, aka, Democrat party, and the so called Republican party today. I believe that the main reason for this is that they are both controlled by big donors in the background and the big donors on each side are the same people. They give big bucks to both sides. Then it doesn’t matter who loses, they win. They don’t put out that kind of money and expect nothing in return. That is one big reason why it doesn’t matter who is elected, nothing changes.

  • TJL

    Greg,
    Be honest. You have been pushing Trump on people from the beginning. You like his show. Simple as that. Look at your past articles. Come on.
    You are not a true conservative or you would stop making lame excuses for not backing the only conservative available. Oh, and by the way, Cruz is still available. Trump has NOT won yet.
    The primary process is not over, and you say you have JUST decided to go rogue.
    You are not alone in the so-called Tea party who has done this. Right from the beginning of the race I have constantly received emails from the tea party people, either directly promoting Trump, or making excuses for his idiocy, or generally speaking well of him and defending him, and never once defending Cruz. Just attacking Cruz.
    I have had to start blocking all the tea party Trump crap and distance myself from it. I will no longer support the tea party groups.
    The tea partiers seem to have sold out completely for a game show host that has conned them. What a bunch of suckers.
    And, to think I thought I knew many of you really well… but you fooled me into thinking you were really and truly conservatives who only vote on good values… but only if your favorite actor doesn’t stimulate you.
    You remind me of the fans of that sick beast in the White House right now.
    Its not over yet, and real conservatives will still be pushing for Cruz. You fake ones can promote Hillary’s stepbrother Donald because he’s a good showman.

    • Greg Stoddard

      TJL, I’ve been honest and initially supported Cruz so I don’t know of what you speak. I’ve never trashed Cruz. My article is mostly about disgust with GOP elitism and exposing their intent. I welcome dialogue and know we can’t agree on every point.
      Greg

  • Dave

    Joe you have just sold out our nation. I would have expected you
    to support a person who at least has a record in fighting for the
    Constitution instead of a man who has used every waking minute to
    skirt or out right obliterate it. At least you should have fought for
    Cruz to the point where the last minute to keep from a brokered
    convention. Yet here you are with Cruz numerically being in shot of
    beating Trump jumping ship. I have lost a whole lot of respect for
    you. You really need to re-evaluate your choice and reject a man who
    is narcissistic, bombastic, immoral, cold, confiscatory or private
    property for corporations and pro-murder of babies. How can you or
    anybody for that matter support such an evil man. I am a Christian
    who really does believe what God’s Word tells us. We are not only not
    supposed to join in with evil but we are to oppose it. That means I
    cannot and will not vote for Trump period. There are hundreds of
    thousands of us who are doing the same thing. The idea that we are
    getting Hillary elected is BS. It is the people who are voting for
    Trump that will be getting Hillary elected not us who reject both. It
    is you who are putting someone who is not someone who people with
    true values can vote for in that position. So it is is really Trump
    voters that will get Hillary elected. God tells us we are to follow
    His Word and leave the outcome to Him. So I guess at this point His
    outcome means Hillary will be our president. God apparently is giving
    us as a nation the president we deserve instead of the president we
    need. Shame on you for not believing what God tells us we are to do
    then leaving the out come to Him.

    • Russ

      What on earth are you even talking about? You believe that God is going to give us Hilda Beast Rotten Clinton? You really can’t be serious. What makes you so sure We The People are going to get Clinton elected? MR. Trump is going to eat her lunch dude? You should really go back and re-read your Bible again I believe. TRUMP 2016!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      • Lady Patriot

        Polls show Trump cannot beat Hillary – Cruz can. Kasich is the spoiler in this race, if he would drop out Cruz would beat Trump at the polls. Kasich knows he doesn’t have a chance of getting the nomination unless he’s anointed by the GOP in a contested convention. That must be the reason he’s staying in the race. He’s another RINO who is in favor of gun control and Common Core, among other issues.

        • Richard Long

          General election polls taken before the primaries have been shown to be meaningless, except they sell advertising.

      • LookingToFuture

        Have you seen Trump’s latest ad about Hillary? It’s brilliant and she can’t respond because she did such a crummy job with Russia.

    • MikefromNC

      Well said, and I agree.

      But “Joe” didn’t write the article – Greg Stoddard did.

    • Nels

      Cruz is a conservative on the second amendment – he wants to conserve our current level of gun control, which is unconstitutional. Trump has taken excellent positions on gun control, and seems ready to push for less of it. Trump is the one who has been calling for armed citizens as the primary line of defense against terror attacks, here and in Europe. After the Paris attacks, Trump preached less gun control, for the US and for France!
      .
      A Christian who is supposed to oppose evil couldn’t have voted for Romney in 2012, nor for McStain in 2008, nor for Bush in 2004 and 2000, nor for Dole in ’96, nor for Bush in ’92 or ’88 … it’s been a long time since we had a candidate who wasn’t an open, obvious internationalist. If you voted for any of those Republican candidates, don’t tell me that now you’re too holy to vote for Trump.
      .
      Why is the GOP establishment in such a blind panic about Trump?
      *Trump is the only candidate on the R side who is likely to beat Hillary.
      *Trump is likely to prosecute Hillary, and Lerner, and Holder and a great many more “too big to jail” politicians.
      *Trump is seen as a threat to the North American Union, and to internationalism in general.
      *Trump is willing to stop the invasion of immigrants that is destroying our nation. Legal, illegal, mohammedan – Trump is willing to stand up to it.
      *Trump is running as a nationalist, while the GOPe and the Democrats and the Communist International are all internationalists.
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      Trump Derangement Syndrome seems to be caused by a pathological attachment to the status quo. Change is good when you’re drowning, and America is definitely drowning in a sea of immi-vaders. Let go of the anchor that’s dragging you down.

      • LookingToFuture

        Nels I agree with your points. The biggest problem with Cruz is that he voted for TPP and TPA which will take away American sovereignty. His actions speak louder than his words and that was a deal breaker for me. He is a globalist like the rest.

    • Richard Long

      Don’t be too quick to blame these things on God! When it comes to current events, and functioning in the evil world political system, God is not to blame. If the people choose Hillary, they are to blame.

      What if people judged you the way you judge Trump? You don’t know him. You only know the image you see of him on television or the internet. You don’t know if he is cold, or still in favor of abortion. He says he no longer favors abortion, but you assume he is a liar, and he has not changed. Have you ever changed your mind about anything? Ever lied? What if you are falsely judging Trump for something, that is sin you might have to answer for. Trump is far from perfect, and i think Cruz is a much sounder candidate, but not perfect either, but I reject this demonization of Trump. Conservatives who denounce Trump sound just like the socialists and leftists who denounce Trump. Why is that?

    • LookingToFuture

      Trump is pro-life. Why, when we are on the edge of the abyss, does he decide to run? Perhaps he has been chosen to be God’s instrument. How do we know
      what God wants. I am a Christian and I think God’s hand is touching
      Trump and I’m not the only Christian who feels this way. Why are so many evangelicals voting for him? As you said “God tells us we are to follow His Word and leave the outcome to Him.” I am.

  • Colleen

    Greg, Welcome to the Trump-Train! Trump is the only candidate that’s NOT on a leash hooked to donors, special interest groups, or lobbyists, like Ted Cruz is, which is the reason I support him. What you see, is what you get. Someone with passion and someone who is willing to stand up and protect our country again. I’m proud to say I voted for DJT, because he wants to fix all the wrongs in our country, like the treatment to our Vets and Police, build a wall to stop the illegal immigration, fix our horrendous trade deals, and most important of all, rebuild our military!
    Initially I supported Ted Cruz, I’m a Christian, and I share his beliefs. I’ve always been for Trump, but figured he wouldn’t make it to the nom, so I was prepared to back Ted, until he lied about the Goldman Sachs and Citi Bank loans. I understand TC is no DT. He hasn’t created enough wealth of his own to finance a campaign, and that’s fine, most can’t afford it. But with those loans he accepted, tied to the most crooked, despicable group on the face of the planet, who are hell-bent on imposing their will upon our country, who also bankrolled Obama into presidency, well, that was the end of my support for him.
    Say what you want about Trump, he was/is a businessman, a very successful business man in fact. I could careless that he contributed to both parties, that’s what happens when you want to get things done in business, you throw a little money at a politician and they will do what you need them to do. Which is exactly what Goldman Sachs and Citi Bank are doing with Ted Cruz. Donald can’t be bought! For this reason he appeals to Republicans like me.
    At the end of the day, TC or DT are FAR better than that lying Hillary or communist Bernout, if we don’t coalesce and stop the Rep. on Rep. fighting, and knit-picking, we will hand this presidency to her, and there is no greater danger than that. She will elect 3-4 justices to the SCOTUS, which will wipeout any trace of the America we are fighting for today. Think about it, and think about who can actually beat her, this election is too important to lose.

  • Richard Hennessy

    The real rogue is Trump. Cruz is the real conservative. It’s not just the establishment that doesn’t want Trump. In the end, the establishment wanted Rubio or Kasich, but Cruz consistently beat both. Only they have been keeping Cruz from the lead in delegates. Trump cannot win the general election because 2/3 of Republicans don’t want him. If Trump is nominated, once again conservatives will lose their enthusiasm for the Party’s nominee and will not go to the polls in sufficient numbers for a Republican victory. It will be “anyone but Romney” all over again, with a Democrat victory again. Only Cruz can unite the conservatives and others in the Republican Party and win with an enthusiastic turnout in the general election.,

    • G03Maxine

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      Excellent (and true) analysis Richard!
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    • Richard Long

      Maybe, you are right. But, if that is true, we will see in the next few weeks, Cruz should win everything, acc. to your logic. Or is Kasich going to be the excuse if he stays in and pulls his 5% of the vote? I really like Ted, but I think he is hurting himself by trying demonize Trump to win the election. Thattoic is fine for feeding red meat

    • Richard Long

      I agree, Ted is a real conservative. We all know he is a social conservative, and that is good. But he also appears to be a neoconservative(neocon). There is no mandate for “true” conservatives to be neocons. In fact, conservatives in this country used to be known for being isolationists, not trying to turn every Arab dictatorship into a democracy. No Biblical mandate for being a neocon. It also appears that Ted has supported and promoted “free trade”, which we know has resulted in greater globalism, and a rushing towards one world government thru one world economy. Once again, Ted is a Christian, so am I. There is no Biblical mandate for Christians to support globalists or a one world economy. In Ted’s defence, everyone else supports globalism too, but that does not make it right, in my opinion.

  • G03Maxine

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    Attention: For this post, I am calling out ONLY all Bible-believing Jews and Christians! That excludes those traditional Jews and Christians who, by and large, do not believe in and/or honor the Word of Elohim!
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    So please not therefore, that the two or three questions in this post are being asked ONLY of true Bible-believing Jews and Christians! If you are neither, then please understand that the following two or three questions are definitely not being asked of you! Okay? Here goes!
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    1. Is it acceptable before the Living Elohim … for an Elohim-honoring Bible-believing Jew or Christian to justify himself (or herself) by backing someone who clearly has no regard for either YAHWEH or His Word (by using some lame excuse; such as: ‘oh well, we’re electing a ‘president’; not a pastor of the U.S.’)? But what does the Bible have to say about that kind of justification? The Bible says that:
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    “The Elohim of Israel said, the Rock of Israel spoke to me, ‘He who rules over men MUST BE JUST, RULING IN THE FEAR OF ELOHIM” (2 Samuel 23:3) [emphasis mine].
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    “Moreover you shall provide out of all the people ABLE men, SUCH AS FEAR ELOHIM, men of TRUTH, HATING COVETOUSNESS; and PLACE SUCH OVER THEM, to be rulers of thousands, and rulers of hundreds, rulers of fifties, and rulers of tens (Exodus 18:21) [emphasis mine].
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    In other words, character, trustworthiness, people of high moral integrity, and a PROVEN RECORD of (Godly) COURAGE AND HONOR … do indeed count before a Holy and Just Elohim … when elevating such people into high public office! Right? But why?
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    “That the hypocrite does not reign, lest the people be ensnared” (Job 34:30) [emphasis mine].
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    “As a roaring lion, and a raging bear; so is a wicked ruler over the poor people” (Proverbs 28:15) [emphasis mine].
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    2. What else does the Word of Elohim have to say about righteous rulers vis-à-vis wicked rulers of a nation?
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    “When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: but when the wicked bear rule, the people mourn” (Proverbs 29:2) [emphasis mine].
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    Why? Because: “Righteousness exalts a nation: but sin is a reproach to any people” (Proverbs 14:34) [emphasis mine].
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    And (moreover): “The wicked shall be turned into hell, and all the nations that forget Elohim” (Psalm 9:17) [emphasis mine].
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    Finally, in addition to this, our founding fathers, by and large, based the U.S. Constitution on Biblical moral principles. And just one of those founders (for example) expressed this fact as follows:
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    “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other” (John Adams).
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    There are so many more questions (and Biblical responses) – way too many for here; but these two or three will have to do for now! Thanks for ‘listening’!
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  • LookingToFuture

    Welcome to the Trump Train! The points you make are good ones but the most important one is that Trump will change the way business is being done and the elites know their unbridled power can’t control him. I’m not sure where you got the idea that women don’t support Trump unless its from the Media. Women love Trump! The two women he is most abrasive with, Rosie O’Donnell and Megyn Kelly both deserve it. They both have treated him badly so in this world of women’s liberation they are treated equally. You can’t have it both ways. In his business he treats women equally and hires and promotes them based on merit. He was doing that in the 80’s (and in construction) before it was fashionable and smart women know that. We don’t pay attention to the gas lighting of the media. And he is the only one who can take on Hillary and beat her at her own game. No one else is strong enough to do it.

  • AHP1081

    The old saying ; “The best predictor of future behavior is past behavior”, comes to mind when I listen to trump. Anyone who truly believes trump is the savior of America should check his past attention to detail. He has declared bankruptcy four times—- I repeat, he has declared bankruptcy four times. Doesn’t sound like his promise means much of anything. He has contributed to numerous democrat candidates not the least of whom was hillary and billy boy. He is a liar and a con-man. Sadly far too many so called Conservatives, in desperation, have bought into his lies. We have seen this before in the case of obama where a totally unqualified candidate managed to mislead the public and got elected. Before conservatives vote for a con-man, it would be advisable to research who he really is.

  • RLEditor

    Dave, this is a column by Greg Stoddard, not Joe. Joe has not endorsed at this point and has very good reasons for that position.

    • TJL

      No. That is not true. Joe is endorsing Trump by continually putting articles like this one on his site and not at least balancing it with positive articles for Cruz. Yes, Joe is formally supporting Trump by doing this. If you are the Editor, you need to address this, especially if Joe is trying to maintain neutrality for legal political reasons involving this site. I am shocked that he is doing this. As long as there is still a fighting chance for a conservative candidate to win, I would expect to see Joe encouraging people to at least look at positive articles involving conservative candidates, even if he has to also show ones in support of non conservative ones, like Trump, who has never demonstrated himself as a conservative, and only just recently, in true showman style, started trying to talk like one. He has never walked the walk of conservatism, so why not put forward a balance of positive articles about someone who has?

      • Dave

        Thank you TJL that is exactly right. I am totally disgusted with Joe.

  • Richard Long

    Here is a thought that might be worth discussing: The Bible says, “Be ye not unequally yoked with unbelievers: for what fellowship has righteousness with unrighteousness? and what partnership has light with darkness?(2 Cor 6:14) In the case of Donald Trump, it is not crystal clear that he is a believer, by Biblical definition. Hmmmh. Should believers be linked with Trump? Then again, how many presidential candidates have been real Christians, instead of just professing a belief in God? Not many, in my opinion.
    Ted Cruz, on the other hand, is clearly a Christian, as the Bible defines, by profession, and fruit, most would agree to, all politics aside. That is probably the strongest asset for me that Ted brings to the selection process.
    However, Ted is linked with Glen Beck who is a Mormon. Beck strongly supports Cruz, campaigning with him, attacking Trump daily, endorsing Ted, etc; But Mormonism is a cult. Is Ted unequally yoked with an unbeliever, for the purposes of trying to win an election? I think so. Perhaps, that is why he is struggling to get traction. Perhaps, and I don’t know that this is the case, but perhaps, God is not blessing Ted’s campaign because he has chosen to link so strongly with a member of a non Christian cult.

    • Dave

      Keep in mind God tells us to live in the world without becoming part of the world. He also tells us to expose evil and to openly oppose and expose it. So tell me where Trump is not evil.
      On the other hand, someone who is Morman supporting a Chrisitan does not make that Chriatian wrong. I have listened to Beck and he continually tells people to turn to God and accept Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior. He in his stand in life is more Christian than most people claiming to be Christian. I have never even one time in all the time I have been listening to him heard him promote the Morman Church. Now think about this. If you really know what the Morman Church teaches it is very easily proven wrong using the bible. Also, ask any Morman you meet if they know what the Morman Church teaches. They do not. So a Morman supporting a good Christian is not unuasual. But how about this, how can anyone who knows what the bible teaches us support someone whith such evil still in his life. He still owns the casinos with strip clubs, he still supports Planned Parenthood and trys to say they do good with over 84% of their income is from killing babies. The rest is from so called councilling or birth control and other none healthcare related incomes. Yet some how Trump is supposed to have changed from 100% pro-abortion to pro-life. You have a serious problem if you believe that to be true. How is supporting such an evil man doing what the bible tells us we are to do? Don’t claim to be a Christian if you do not want to Obey what God tells you to do. You give a bad name to Christianity if you do.

      • Richard Long

        Your post is good, and thought provoking, brother. I am in the middle of some important work right now, but let me get back to you when I have more time to give you a thought out response. Thanks for your post.

  • Richard Long

    Good post. In my opinion, every Bible believing Christian, like you and I, has to make choices based on their faith and response to the Lord. The USA is not a theocracy like Israel. Not every verse written to Old Testament Jews is meant for New Testament believers, but some principles are certainly eternal, I would agree. You might want to read my post on 2 Cor 6:14, do not be unequally yoked with unbelievers. Part of the problem, the way I see it, is the political system is part of the world system, which is under the control of Satan. We are not to love the world, or the things of this world which are passing away. So trying to be engaged in the political process is playing in the enemies playground and minefield. I think that sometimes is why there is so much vitriol, even from believers, because we are trying to reform something that is evil, and under the enemy’s dominion until the Lord returns. I am saying that we should not love the USA, or vote, or be unengaged, just that our choices are a tough call because we are not operating in the Body of Christ, but in the evil world system.

    • Dave

      Only part of what you say here is true. God tells us we are to live in the world but not be part of it. What does being part of it mean? It means do not adopt the ways of the world / attitudes of the world but we are to use Godly wisdom in making our choices no matter what those choices are. God also tells us to oppose/expose evil. That is talking about what is happening in our real world. Not just in the heavenly places. However, He is very clear on not supporting evil in any way. That is why it is so disgusting that people can support a man who’s background and entire history even recent history shows just how much of a sleezball he really is. It is quite obviouse from the polls that we as a nation are not following what God tells us to do in His Word.
      2Ch 7:14 … if My people who are called by My name humble themselves and pray and seek My face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, will forgive their sin and will heal their land.

      Though this was written to Isreal the principle holds true today for everyone who is called by His Name.

  • jblaich

    Boo to all you naysayers! Joe Miller has made the right choice. Donald J Trump is the only one who can beat Hillery.

  • Dave

    Good points but I think to a Trump supporter they have already compromised so much they cannot use biblical knowlege to pull their head out of the backside of the Trump campaign. Only God can change this mess and that is only going to happen if His people turn away from their evil ways and turn back to Him. You can tell by the polls this is not happening.

    • Walker

      did it ever occur to you for one little second, that God may be using Trump to save our country. God can use anyone to bring about his purpose. Cruz has lied and cheated to the point that I have lost all respect for him.
      I trust Trump to be telling the truth.

  • Dave

    Hogwash. Trump is under the control of George Sorros. Sorros financed Trump Towers and in 2009 spent the night partying with Sorros on his yacht. Anbody who has been financed in any way or has a working relationship with Sorros is bought and paid for by Sorros. Sorros is an avowed Marxist communist who has spent litterally billions of dollars trying to influence our elections here and destroy our nation. You seriously think Trump is not controlled by him. I suggest you look up the article that exposed Trump partying with Sorros in 2009. Exposed by the NewYourk Times. A news media outlet that is extremely favorable to Marxism. They reported this back in 2010 way before Trump started his run for president. You had better wake up girl. This is our last chance to end up with someone who wants the U.S. to return to being run by the people through the Constitution. Trump on the other hand would not know the Constitution if it slapped him in the face. And you want this guy? Give me a break

  • Dave

    By the way, the fact that Sorros funded Trump Towers is a matter of public records so you do not have to listen to me, you can check it out for yourself.

    Besides even if it were true that Trump had self funded which by the way it is not, then what is to happen with the next none billionaire cannot afford to fund the campaign themselves. It all boils back down to the electorate is responsable to check out the candidates themselves. That is what is not happening with Trump. It is really easy to check out Trumps record for the last 40 years and if you really did that it would curl your hair instead of you chiming in for him you would be totally against him. But then I doubt very serioiusly you or any other Trump supporter has really checked out his background at all. You are just going by sound bytes in what he tells you what to think.

    Finally one more tid bit, also part of public record, Trump was bailed out by Sorros to keep from having to declare bankruptcy a fifth time. But according to you Trump is not beholding to anybody. You are right he is not beholding to Sorros, Sorros owns him outright.

  • Dempsey Coleman

    Their Power and Money drives this Election Caos!!!!

  • Trish P

    I agree with Joe Miller. I previously supported Dr. Carson and Gov. Scott Walker. But if Trump wouldn’t have brought up the border security/fence, no border security, allowing in non-vetted Syrian refugees (need a pause to have time to seriously vet them), commitment to our vets, etc.– no one else was interested. He has a history of leadership and economic success. So there’s a lot to like about him. There are things I don’t like about him. I like Cruz, too, but he is less a leader. Also as a conservative, I don’t believe he is a natural born citizen, not born of two U.S. citizen parents (see Minor vs. Happersett Supreme Court precedent, etc.) and I believe his mother wasn’t in the U.S. long enough (according to immigration law) to confer U.S. citizenship. I was against Obama for this reason and wish to be consistent. All these Soros-paid for (and Hillary paid for) Trump protests prove they fear Trump and believe he could very well win against Hillary.

  • Walker

    Those are good points, but the problem is, you don’t have anyone running who meets those requirements. When Cruz cheated and lied to win delegates in Iowa, he sunk lower than TRump. at least Trump does not lie and cheat to steal votes away from others.

    Go Trump!!

    • G03Maxine

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      Correction: Ted Cruz neither cheated or lied in order to win delegates in Iowa. That was a slanderous lie perpetrated, first by a very envious, spiteful, vengeful, and petty sore loser (Carson); and then picked up on by Trump (who is himself a non-stop pathological liar and major flip-flopper/compromiser).
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      The truth is that nothing that Trump says can be believed … on account of his indisputable record of going back on his word) … on just about every issue)! .

      And none of the slanderous accusations hurled against Ted Cruz was ever true! .
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  • Walker

    I am proud of Joe Miller and he is right, we all need to get behind Trump to take this country away from the left-wing Dems.