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            Thursday, May 05, 2016






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Report: RNC Staffers Instructed to Leave if They Don’t Back Trump

Staffers at the Republican National Committee have been instructed to leave by the end of the week if they don’t support presumptive nominee Donald Trump, according to a report Thursday.

According to an article in New York Times, some RNC staffers “were told Wednesday that if they were unable to get behind the nominee, they should leave by the end of the week.”

A spokesman for the party quickly dismissed the report, calling it “not true.”

Then there's this:

GOP pollster: Trump will lose in November

Staffers at the Republican National Committee have been instructed to leave by the end of the week if they don’t support presumptive nominee Donald Trump, according to a report Thursday.

According to an article in New York Times,some RNC staffers “were told Wednesday that if they were unable to get behind the nominee, they should leave by the end of the week.” A spokesman for the party quickly dismissed the report, calling it “not true.”



Should we call it a purge? Or a realignment?


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"The MSM Rule of Inverse Electoral Correlation:
The closer the presidential race gets, the louder the MSM declares that it’s over. And all this comes even as Clinton has had a terrible week—arguably her worst week ever, as the billowing smoke of financial scandal clouds herself and her family."


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The Party is reflected by its choices. Members of the party cast their votes. While I recognize that only a plurality of votes elected Mr. Trump as the party's nominee in many instances, the various states have their own rules to determine how delegates to the national convention would be allocated. Under those various rules, it is apparent that Mr. Trump will be the nominee this year.

That being said, I've marked my ballot for Sen. Cruz, for my state's upcoming election. I am an ideologue. I believe that having a set of rules that determine action is preferred to a lack of rule based upon "what feels right at the time."

The nominee of the party becomes the leader of the party during the election cycle. If Mr. Preibus has directed his staff to declare, then I exhort his action. The nominee is the nominee. (See "Lincoln.")

I recognize that the convention may hold surprises. And, in advance, let me hope to impress upon you that the delegates from my state are chosen based upon our understanding of their political views, and their adherence to the ideology of the Republican Party, as we, here in this state, understand it. I've been a delegate to our state's party meeting, and have a good chance of returning again this year.

And, anecdotally, I was the organizing chairman for one of our state's county's "Anderson for President" campaign during a year where I was one of my county's delegates to our state's party meeting. Being a dissenter is not a crime. And eventually reconciliation is possible.

There has been a noticeable division in places that I've generally believed held close to my beliefs, beliefs. The divisiveness has disappointing. I don't believe I've called any supporter of any candidate a disparaging name. But, I see a lot of it going on.

Is Donald Trump my ideal candidate? Was Jeb Bush? Rick Perry?

Does it matter, at this point?

Moving forward, I'd like a classic liberal--or in the modern parlance, a true conservative--to be our party's nominee. I believe the closest to that ideal was Senator Cruz, only because Governor Walker walked back on ethanol subsidies. Remember, only a small percentage of voters participate in primary elections. De minimus impacts are greater with smaller samples.

In small ball, in the precincts, Republicans are fairly united. They see the fantasies of the government activists as antithetical to growth and common sense. Governments don't solve issues like laziness, craziness or addiction. Building another two hundred solar farms or wind farms won't reduce the cost of electricity. Schools that don't teach, teach. Government unions' members don't pay taxes. Transfer payments don't increase GDP.

I don't know what a Donald Trump presidency might mean. But I do have the reference of Babylon the Great.

So, I guess that I'm suggesting I'd rather choose the uncertain rather than the certain.

Or, am I wrong?
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OG, I'm with you 100%, but I do think I know what the future holds with Clinton or Trump, WWIII. Of course we've been naval gazing our way through the past 8 years with barely a nod to what the Chinese and Russians might be setting up.

Casca
 
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.. reference of Babylon the Great

However, if I could push a button and be rid of every elected pol in the country, that button is pushed. Trump is the best button in the room right now.


 
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It still amazes me that people judge candidates by what they say. How many "conservatives" have been elected to Congress, suddenly to become anything but?

Even Hussein Obama was touted as a "Constitutional Scholar," remember? When the man was/is a fraud through and through. We still don't even know for certain where he was born! (No, a fraudulent birth cert. that someone now dead was supposed to have once seen doesn't count.)

Ted Cruz is not, was not, and never will be eligible for president. He's a Natural Born Canadian! Bill Still has done the homework that so many have not, here' his short video explaining why Cruz isn't even a US citizen:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6DUdn1-NUVI

Donald Trump has many faults, but he's a real American and he hates to see our country being flushed down the toilet. If you don't support him, well-

Good luck with the Felonious Hag!
 
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