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Feb 16 2016

Dick Cheney Responds to Trump’s Moonbattery

Despite all the Hope & Change, some things fortunately remain the same. For example, even now that the leading Republican candidate is a barking moonbat, at least Dick Cheney is still Dick Cheney. He still has no patience with leftist nonsense:

Sorry about the weird music at 3:00.

In the interests of keeping things fair and balanced, here’s a response from a Trump supporter:

If that sounded familiar, you probably remember Code Pink. Trump and his supporters lift some of their talking points not from the Democrat Party, but from the fever swamps beyond it to the left.

On a tip from Torcer. Hat tip: Twitchy.



  • Kevin R.

    Why is it so many Trump supporters seem like paid trolls from the DNC?

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  • Jodie

    Dick Cheney is spot on regarding what Trump said.

    I thank God that I am in this world but NOT of it!

  • Jingles

    Dick Cheney and the rest of the lying neocohens are squirming, lol.
    TRUMP 2016!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Krummholzt

    Seriously, are you guys still supporting the Iraq War?

  • Mr. Freemarket

    Dick Cheney has a net worth of about $90 million dollars. Seems to me that that amount is a fair bit south of billions of dollars.

    Maybe Cheney just spent it all on hookers.

  • Mr. Freemarket

    Trump is using the same arguments against the Iraq war as the democrats have done for over 10 years now. It really is a moot point.

  • StotheOB

    You mean to tell me Donald Trump, who today was given the CodePink “Pink Heart,” has supporters who sound as if they are CodePink freaks themselves?

    *shocked face*

    …meanwhile Trumps paid spokesholes are running around defending Planned Parenthood (who named Trump their “Republican Of the Year”) and trashing Reagan – but just trust him, hes really a Conservative Republican! Really!

  • trumpet

    pat buchannan opposed the iraq war is he code pink? where are the nukes cheney said salaam had???

  • Alphamail

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    How is it we always agree? I suggest it is because of your second sentence. If I did not have the embraced Holy Spirit I would be useless, mean-spirited, and incapable of putting our modern day chaos into any understandable perspective.
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    As far as Cheney is concerned I would joyously take him over any of Obama’s picks for anything! In the previous post, “Jingles” shows the progressive liberalism and their yr 2000 and yr 2004 mantra that has oozed surreptitiously into Moonbattery while posing as conservative manna. Cheney a “neocohen?” (Does Jingles hate musicals or does he mean “neocon?”).
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    Cheney was White House Chief of Staff.
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    Would Jingles and his friends prefer conniving Rahm Emanuel or sleaze Bill Daley – Obama’s cheating progressive criminal friends from the windy city? Daley and his father were official unionized crooks and Rahm is anti-anti 2nd Amendment and a silent deflective racist in the face of Chicago’s urban ghetto slaughter.
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    Cheney was Secretary of Defense.
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    Would Jingles and Friends prefer the stream of questionable Secretaries of Defense under Obama that have killed valued weapons programs, mothballed ships, homo-sexualized the services, fired Christian Generals and Admirals, implemented suicidal rules of engagement, severely lowered military morale, degraded our armed forces to the point they can no longer fight two sustained wars at once, and allowed the continued immoral rape and sustained abuse of our veterans by not investigating and revamping the VA?
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    Cheney was CEO of Halliburton for 5 years.
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    Disconcertedly overlooked by nearly everyone – libs and conservatives alike – is that the military needs every hand on deck – they don’t have time to do laundry. So they contract to companies like Halliburton to run military bases so our military men and women can do the fighting that Jingles-type liberals and street corner beggars will never ever do. The contractors transport goods, weapons, machinery, et al; they repair everything from vehicles to off-duty sports equipment; they provide fuel, perform custodial services – including cleaning toilets, operate the BX’s and PX’s (on-base stores), and offer financial help to our criminally underpaid heroes; they cook 24/7 and provide the heathiest meals possible for the finest fighting group the world has ever known. As said, our troops are not paid to do housework. If some Halliburton factions stole money just remember the contract is requisitely a function of government and there will always be fraud. I say find the fraud and prosecute to the fullest – Cheney is far too honest to have been an illegality. Ergo, without Halliburton or a civilian contractor the military would default to a dysfunctional un-empowered entity with no life-support – a progressive dream.
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    Cheney was half of the Bush victory
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    If he had lost in the 2000 election Al Gore would have become president.! Jingles current naïve neocon buffoonery and 2000 talking points would have elected Al Gore back then…! The Goracle has become a living joke and has shown that his understanding of science and the environment is void of facts and below grade-school equivalency. In 2004 if Cheney and friends had lost we would have Lurch as president. Kerry is and always has been an enemy sympathizer – he called our fighting men baby-killers in Vietnam and he has sold all 40 acres of the nuclear farm to Iran to satisfy the religious preferences of president Ofuckus.
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    Last, Cheney was a wrestler.
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    Diminish it if you wish, but few endeavors require the endurance, the inherent gut-felt need and tenacity to overcome, nor the compassion necessary to invoke pain without empathizing with your opponents similar objectives. We now live in a namby-pamby world where the masses see war as a game – not as survival – and the Jingles progressives are now indulging in a participation trophy. That trophy is a suicidal diversity-entitlement trophy handed out by Ofreebie to anyone who breathes – spitting in the face of those American patriots and incredibly productive workers who understand our foundational principles, nd who openly offer their sweat, blood, tears, support, and faith to empower the greatest nation on earth.
    God is boss, Jesus is Lord, and Truth is clarity. Thank you Jodie.

    proved of enhanced interrogation, something the Jingles’ Left and Osensitive called torture – even though the practice had to be preliminarily endured by our own interrogators first, to understand the effects. Considering ISIS and O’Allahu’s unauthorized influx of “refugees” I suggest Cheney’s approach – delicately beating the living shit out of anyone who would destroy our way of life is totally acceptable.
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  • Alphamail

    Absolutely yes you Huffington Post talking point. You sound like my old neighbor who flew the UN flag and celebrated our American soldiers’ deaths with a daily sign celebrating the head count.
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    What fact do you hold dear that patriots and war-torn veterans do not?
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    A wonderful Kurdish woman who works at the local Home Depot still gives me a hug every time I go in there because I was Army Airborne and she wants to thank me for our military efforts to stop Saddam Hussein, who gassed her entire family of husband and kids and parents, with WMD’s.
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    You and the misinformed are the bane of modern America and your condescending question is an Iraqi era liberal progressive talking point. You are the low-information history revisionist who never followed the reasoning of the time – but bashed America first. If conservative America loses this next election, it’s because of people like you who challenge the integrity of people who stood with, and still stand with America against seemingly unremarkable enemies (can you say Muslim fanatics) in tumultuous times.
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  • Jodie

    Great post! And yes, we are like minded due to the Holy Spirit and thank God for that!

  • Alphamail

    Wow, I’m never up this late…what’s wrong with you…go to bed! I finished my 41/2 month remodel a few days ago and am almost finished getting all my tools cleaned, sharpened, and organized. But damn Moonbattery is now invading my agenda. A couple more days and I’ll dial you up. Have fun and praise the Lord.

  • Alphamail

    Here we go again America with nitwit progressive talking points – a la progressive nitwits. Who ever said anything about “nukes” – or were you not born during that era?
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    And Cheney said what about “salaam”, or was it shalom, or maybe shazam…no wait…sch-bomb…damn…hold it…got it…Shaboom Hussein! Remember trumpet, it wasn’t salaam, it was Shaboom. OK now, what was it about Pat Buchanan and pink things?

  • Jodie

    lol! “Up this late.” I am up this early. ; )

    Moonbattery IS quite addicting, but in a good way. Don’t work too hard and have a wonderful day!

  • Alphamail

    I come back after a hiatus and MB has been invaded by scurrilous pus bags of suspicious Trumpian trollism. I wouldn’t put it past wealthy troll donors to payroll a bunch of living oxy-MORONS who espouse themselves as staunch conservatives but who speak a progressive mantra.

  • Ed. G. Mann

    Why do so many Dubya supporters pretend he was a Conservative. Bush cave away the store with McCain’s help. With Paulson, he gave us TARP. His father gave us “No new taxes!” Yeah, keep fighting that fight, you aren’t bruised enough yet.

  • Ed. G. Mann

    Lillian Kimble (below) is the only one making any sense. Probably because she’s running a scam and selling pussy.

  • Eddie_Valiant

    I can only upvote your well said comment once so

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  • Eddie_Valiant

    I can only upvote your thoughtful comment once so

  • Van Spyke

    Sounds like Cheney and Obama are reading out of the same anti-Trump playbook. Funny that, aye?!?
    At any rate, old fart neocons like Cheney need to sit down and STFU. It was him and his fellow neocons that destabilized the M.E. and we’re all paying for it now. BIG TIME!

    “BUSH LIED; PEOPLE DIED!

    NEWSFLASH! That is NOT a liberal or Democrat talking point; it’s simply the cold hard truth.
    Now, as we speak, a revolution is taking place. We are going to take our country back via the ballot box rather than the bullet box – and Trump is leading the way. Trump arrived in the nick of time. Let’s not blow this once in a lifetime opportunity. A vote for Trump is a vote for America. A vote for any other of the GOP candidates is a vote to continue on with the globalist agenda. Choose wisely…..

    TRUMP 2016!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Van Spyke

    In the mean time, Trump is kicking azz in the latest polls.
    http://www.ctpost.com/local/article/Q-poll-Freight-train-Trump-had-2-1-lead-6835989.php

  • Van Spyke

    Virtually ALL thinking conservatives were against the Iraq war. The same can’t be said for conservatards. As evidenced by many of the the comments on this thread, logic isn’t a strong suit with conservatards.

  • Kevin R.

    Who exactly is it that says Bush is a conservative? Got some quotes of people saying Bush is a conservative?

  • Bob

    Dick didn’t make billions. I’m tired of the democrats. Now Trump seems to be one. http://www.celebritynetworth.com/richest-politicians/republicans/dick-cheney-net-worth/

  • To the Right of Rush

    Rush Limbaugh, for one, said it defending Bush’s Compassionate Conservatism assertions. As it turns out it meant Kind of RINO.

  • Kevin R.

    Rush Limbaugh never defended Bush’s “compassionate conservatism.” Give us a link to that.

  • Rotohammer

    Army Airborne – impressive. Thanks for serving, Alphamail.

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  • Ed. G. Mann

    You can go back to George H. for starters with his “1000 points of light”. Dubya picked up on that and he, himself, said that compassionate conservatism was what he believed.

    It wasn’t long after that Bush signed McCain’s Medicare Part D ,which was never asked for by any seniors, that in his compassion, heaped the money onto the debt.

    Bush claimed the title; he wasn’t.

  • Kevin R.

    That’s nice, troll. It doesn’t have anything to do with the accusation you made though.

    So tell me mister troll, who are do you want, Hillary or Bernie?

  • Jingles

    You and jodie have always been neo-cohen loving tards, hence why you always agree, lol. It’s not much of a mystery, alpha-fail!

  • Jingles

    alpha-fail was away on the kibbutz, lol

  • Alphamail

    Nice try – it’s good to know I’m getting under your skin by pointing out your 2004 Huffington Post talking points and your increasingly juvenile responses. Good job.

  • sunshine

    Sorry but I’m not all het up over Planned Parenthood because, quite frankly, this nation does not need any more blacks or browns. I’d make abortion for whites pregnant with white children illegal, and mandate sterilization for blacks and browns if it’s that big of a deal, but the least of my concerns is abortion. This culture wars bullcrap isn’t fixing the country, it’s fiddling while the nation burns down.

  • sunshine

    So? My husband is a Desert Storm vet and he couldn’t give less than two shits about the stupid sand vermin. He is angry that he was sent over there to fight for the interests of rich scumbags on a lie so they could make more shekels. I guess HIS opinion is wrong? He fought the stupid war but regrets it. Why are there even Kurds here in this country anyway? I know my soldier ancestors didn’t fight for that, nor did my husband. Why send Americans to be maimed or killed just to let the Muslim terrorists in here??

  • sunshine

    They are adherents of Cucktianity. They have no clue about actual real Christianity. It sure as heck isn’t anything about “Israel first” and the other lies the Cohens spread among the stupid goys.

  • sunshine

    Yeah, funny isn’t it? “conservatism” to some people is “whtever the Jews tell me it is”. Of course, whatever that is always only benefits the Jews! Interesting!

  • Alphamail

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    First of all if you’re telling the truth and I doubt it, if your husband served in Desert Storm he is to be commended for his sacrifice. All vets need to be honored but especially those who were sent into combat – they could have refused. And like everyone else, he has a right to his own views.
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    There are Kurds here because this is America and Germans are here, Italians are here, and so are Eskimos. The difference nowadays is that immigration was under control in the past. Most immigrants (predominately white) brought with them a skill, trade, or profession, and a fierce desire to work, raise a family, and become wholly American. That is not so today. Further, the majority of immigrants then were Christian and they brought with them their Christian values which included a strong work ethic and a value system that embraced a virtuous and complete education. That is not so today. Obama is bringing in at least 95%+ mid-eastern Muslims as opposed to Christians and the majority of those “sand-vermin” – as you say – could give a flying fuck about American values, And Obama’s illegal population is predominantly non-white and would never have been allowed into the U.S.in the past. If you think immigration has become a survival issue – as I do – it might help to focus more intently on the cause, which is our Muslim-oriented/black facilitating/ Marxist Commander in Chief and not on a fabled rich elite who simply seek war profit.
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    Again, voting third-party will GUARANTEE another Obama and all the things you profess to hate.

  • Alphamail

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    Thank you, but I don’t consider my service as impressive. I think of those who gave their all – including the Stryker Brigade here in Washington State who lost so many in Iraq and who are taking the brunt of the losses in Afghanistan. It’s my old unit so I hurt for them. For me, serving in the military was a distinct honor and a great blessing, but what our soldiers are doing today – in the face of an uncaring unsupportive Commander-in-Chief, and a preoccupied forgetful public – now that is impressive…!

  • sunshine

    I am not going to continue to vote for a party that makes no secret of how much they despise me, and panders relentlessly to races of people that loathe whites. I’d rather the country collapse than “hold my nose” and vote for some bland empty suit that cannot wait to sell out the country even further to his special interests.

    My husband was a M-60 gunner in Desert Storm. I don’t know why you would think I’m lying about this. Because he figured out how he was being manipulated into putting his life at risk for zero benefit to anyone but the evil elite? Because he doesn’t think it was worth it, although he does appreciate the training and knowledge he got?

  • Alphamail

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    OK, so you’re telling the truth. I pray God blesses him and you and your family for his faithfulness to our country.

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    As far as your opinion goes, I may disagree but you have every right to express yourself and you’ll never be chastised by me for that (as if it should matter to you anyway).

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    In your above quote it saddens me that you have lost so much hope that you would be willing to see America collapse – you sound far too intelligent to do that. And I disagree that EVERY politician is an empty suit simply waiting to make a profit for themselves or create more power for the elite, but I will agree it’s really difficult to distinguish the good guys from the bad when we’ve been burned so many times before. As far as pandering to non-whites is concerned, it’s worse than that. It’s giving patriotic hard-working people’s money to ANYONE who doesn’t want to work and doesn’t give a shit about America. As far as race itself is concerned, my rhetoric is not as inflamed as many others because it does me no good and burns bridges, my focus is on practicality and electing a candidate who will immediately stop the bleeding. I was an LAPD cop who predominantly worked graveyard shift in ghetto areas, and I was in Watts Station when the Black Panthers foolishly tried to put our Station (77th) under siege. My partner was shot through the brain by a black thug, I went to nine LAPD officers’ funerals – all killed by gunshot, and I fought that urban war for years. I am a Christian and I watch as Muslims slaughter every Christian they can get their blade on in the Mideast, and see that growing trend coming to the U.S. …In short, you should see where my emotions reside.

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    Having said all that (thank you for your patience), my actual beef is with the level of childish discourse here at MB between people of the same party – who most have ironically agreed to vote for the final Republican standing – and the accusations that the person they are disagreeing with is the PROBLEM because of a differing opinion. The disagreements look more like the behavior found in “sensitivity zones” now on college campuses where political correctness is becoming an ideology and people believe that no one should ever get their feelings hurt. And the daycare escapees who hurl childish insults at anyone who disagrees with them have become an epidemic here at MB lately. Take for instance this beauty thrown at me just this morning from BILL THE CAT: “Wow, you really have a case of butthurt going, don’t you? Words mean things, cruzbilly.” …..If that isn’t juvenile what is?
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    This is low-level IQ and stunted emotional development, and is my main complaint – that they toss epithets at you when you disagree and they are not challenged. You and I may disagree most of the time (though I doubt it), but even if we did I’d be all over his emotionally-challenged baby-talk if he used it on you..!. How he escaped from the babysitter is anybody’s guess.

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  • sunshine

    Thank you, that’s very nice of you. He was also a cop for a short time in Mississippi and was security forces in the Air Force 🙂 He had a friend who went to LA to be a cop out there but I don’t know much about that as I don’t know the guy.

    I actually agree with a lot of what you said, but I was raised in the DC area and I grew up around a lot of “important people”. Not to brag or say I’m so important myself, but it’s just how things were (I had no say in it, you know how it is for kids, they just live the way their parents tell them to!). So, I am particularly cynical because it IS that bad. Oh, the things I’ve seen and heard! I think out of ALL of the people I knew there, only ONE was any good and he wasn’t a politician, but a very high ranking Naval officer. Everyone else was corrupt and concerned with feathering their own nests. This isn’t to say that ALL of them are bad, because I didn’t know everyone in the whole huge area, but the sample size was large enough and the results dismal enough that I’m super cynical as a result.

    I also hate to see Christians in the M.E. in the situation they’re in and I WOULD support helping them, but we never actually help them! If we did something with our military other than just make the rich richer, I would be behind it a million percent. I am behind the troops a million percent though, there is a difference in not supporting the thing they are doing, versus supporting THEM. You know?

    I agree with the lack of civility on the internet. I try to be polite and treat others the way I’d like to be treated even when we disagree. I don’t want to act like a liberal, that’s how they talk to others and I think it’s crappy and unnecessary.

    I would be super interested to hear the story about you in Watts Station (and any other stories you want to share maybe?). I don’t know a ton about the subject (I bet my husband does but he’s crashed on the couch lol) but I bet it is interesting. I am sorry to hear about your partner and the other officers. I am eternally grateful to you guys and those that make the ultimate sacrifice to keep us safe. Thank you!

  • Alphamail

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    I had several top-secret clearances and worked on three top-secret Air Force bases, the first one in security. Where did he work? I spent some time with Raytheon in the “Star Wars” program and the Lockheed “Star Wars” missile silo manager became a very close friend, and the only person allowed to video inside Russia’s missile silos was a gal from Lockheed who was a wonderful personality and “light-drinking buddy.”
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    I hear and agree with nearly everything you say and feel, and I understand that being cynical is just an extension of lost hope. I think it can be natural and maybe even healthy. That means you were very hopeful and enthusiastic at one point. Grab some of that back and don’t give up on the process. America is a great nation and it takes great people who are willing to overcome great odds to keep her going. If we get burned again I’ll join you in cynicism, but we still have at least eight months to try to get America back on track. I’m willing to offer eight months of hope to try and find that sincere politician – it’s worth a try because if we don’t succeed, personal opinions and thought – even being cynical – may not be an option in the future.

  • sunshine

    He was at Keesler I think. I didn’t know him at the time and I don’t know much personally about the military as he is not in it any longer, and I am not from a military family. My uncle worked for Raytheon, he never did talk about whatever it was he did there…I guess he couldn’t. That sounds cool, I’d like to see a missile silo in real life, I’ve seen the videos and they’re kinda small, I think I’d get claustrophobic!

    I’m not entirely without hope, I am a Trump supporter. In 2012, I just voted third party because I was so angry and disillusioned. When we moved I didn’t even bother to register here, until Trump. I like him because he says what we’re all thinking and he can’t be bought. It’s time for something different! I honestly don’t think that any of the others, of either party, will be anything but more of the same and will only allow this country to slide further down. But this is our last chance, I believe so we’d better do something drastic and nothing is more drastic than Trump!

    Are you in one of the states that’s already voted in the primaries?

  • Alphamail

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    I’m on the west coast just outside Seattle – near where I was born. The area is God’s country with far more to offer (all around) than anywhere else I’ve been. However, the state is split in half by the cascade mountains, with progtards pretty much controlling the west half which includes Seattle and the surrounding area, and hard core conservative Christians controlling the eastern half. The eastern half has a much smaller population so the state overall swings Dem.

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    The 9-member State Supreme Court recently lost it’s last conservative justice who was replaced by an openly lesbian justice, which possibly makes three gays or bi’s on the court – nobody knows for sure. The governor is pro-gay, the mayor is “married” to another man, and is an ultra progressive who sponsored an assault weapons ban bill, SB 5737, that as drafted allowed police to conduct warrantless searches in the homes of assault weapon owners once per year, with a punishment of up to one year in jail for citizens who did not comply. And the editor of the Seattle Times, the state’s largest newspaper, is also “married” to a man. Needless to say, this is a nest of majority prog vipers who see Christians as the enemy.

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    Sorry for the diatribe – but the politics here are reminiscent of Caligula. To answer your question, no we haven’t voted in the primary.

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    As I may have said, I lean more toward Cruz but I have no qualms voting for Trump if he wins the nomination. Both candidates have made disappointing statements or have done things that disappoint the voters so with disgruntled voters the rhetoric is naturally ratcheted up. At this point Trump seems to have control and I’m fine with that – no pundit or see-all can predict with authority who will win – it’s all speculation but everyone seems to be making a good case for their side. I feel THE most important factor in this presidential election is that ALL Republicans get behind our eventual candidate – with NO exception and NO third party. If Republicans can stop their suicidal in-fighting and ALL vote in a cohesive block I believe we can sweep the whole darn thing.

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