Friday, September 23, 2016

Drudge is Right

A screenshot from Drudge today:

Yes, Kim Kardashian's choice in this year's election is more newsworthy than Ted Cruz's choice.

The lawyer stated today, in his usual lawyer-speak:
In Cleveland, I urged voters, “please, don’t stay home in November. Stand, and speak, and vote your conscience, vote for candidates up and down the ticket whom you trust to defend our freedom and to be faithful to the Constitution.”

After many months of careful consideration, of prayer and searching my own conscience, I have decided that on Election Day, I will vote for the Republican nominee, Donald Trump.

I’ve made this decision for two reasons. First, last year, I promised to support the Republican nominee. And I intend to keep my word.

Second, even though I have had areas of significant disagreement with our nominee, by any measure Hillary Clinton is wholly unacceptable — that’s why I have always been #NeverHillary.
Did you catch yourself saying "blah blah blah" too as you read that?

Such bullshit from such a little man.

He's behind in the 2018 Texas Senate re-election polls and now has to reverse his #NeverTrump position to close the gap with Gov. Perry. He's hoping that by 2018 nobody will remember his behavior in the primaries, the behavior he allowed of his supporters, or his epic face plant at the Republican Convention.

Is there anyone left out there that thinks Cruz is a sincere and honest man?  (Of course, not including the five women in the National Enquirer article.  Or Glenn Beck.)

More at WZ.

UPDATED 9.24 2pm:

Breitbart has a collection of #NeverTrumper tweets on the subject of Cruz's endorsement of Trump.  All are fun, and here are two worthy commenting on:

Dana Loesch is a despicable human. Who can forget the "flat-chested" rudeness?

She is the James Carville of the right.  The difference is, Carville represents the majority of Democrats.  Loesch represents a few petulant Cruzbots and is probably followed by a few lonely old men.

She takes a cheap shot at her primary candidate, Cruz, which reminds me of something:  As selfish and out of touch as Cruz behaved in the primaries, there are still others even deeper in the pit.

Ben Shapiro was fired by Breitbart after he backed Michelle Field's false claim of being assaulted by Trump's campaign manager.  Like Cruz, Ben implied that Trump supporters were stupid, which moved zero votes from Trump to Cruz.  I admire his resolve to stay in the spotlight after such a series of colossal misjudgements.  He pissed his credibility away, yet kept his... Twitter account.

Ben, there are new free thinkers out there.  And they are doing great.  You're dismissed.

The #NeverTrumpers still blame Trump.  It will still take a while for them to shift blame where it belongs - on Cruz.  Cruz stayed in the primaries after it was obvious he wouldn't make it.  Worse, Cruz stayed in long past the moment he was mathematically beat.  He pulled his followers and donors and GOPe allies down a dark hole, then left them isolated from the most exciting election season in decades.


South Tx said...

Did you listen by chance to the Ann Barnhardt interview at her website posted recently? She talks about how Trump had Bill and Hillary front and center at his last wedding. Ann believes he will throw the election somehow and its just theater. A possibility I guess.

On the other hand Newt Gingrinch has said Trump does not head out or ever been to the Bohemian Grove parties.


Karl said...

I agree with Ann's reasons for boycotting voting, but I don't agree with the boycott itself.

If America is lost, then I'm wasting my vote, and a bunch of time online. We won't know it is lost until it implodes.

I don't want to look back and see that I didn't do everything I could to save her. Make sense?

South Texas said...

Yes, I can see that. Hard to say who is on what side anymore. Even if Trump can propose any decent legislation I'm sure both parties will work to be as uncooperative as possible.