I know it’s not likely that my presidential candidate Ted Cruz will be chosen as the nominee in 2016. Many reasons for that but I won’t get into them now. (Although I would like to be proven wrong.)
But the Republican party primary is coming to my home state of California. This would seem like a great thing for conservatives to finally get to choose their candidate. However, as I recently discovered on my sample ballot, at least in California, if you are not officially part of the Republican party you will not see the choice available of voting for the conservative or Republican candidate of choice.
In the end who does this actually help? I believe this only helps the Democrats. If the Republicans really wanted to win they would want conservatives able to vote for the conservative/Republican candidates whenever possible. They would want Conservative candidates period. They would want people to know about them and why Conservative candidates are the best choice for this country. Unless, as I surmise, the Republican Party is actually secretly working for the Democrats? Could it be the Republican Establishment is actually Democratic leaning and working underneath the public hype as Democrats with a Republican name? No matter if it’s true or not, one thing has become more clear, they have lost their way like the Left already has.
There is always the Write-In option
Now just because I am not wanting to be part of an official political party (aside from Conservative which does not officially exist in California), does not mean I won’t choose the best candidate. I plan to write-in my choice for president– Ted Cruz and I urge others to do the same.
Why I choose Ted Cruz
I mentioned in part one that the lesser tier Republican candidates for president should drop out of their own race and instead come out in support of Donald Trump or Ted Cruz.
Although I made this proposal, I realize it is quite improbable at this stage of the race to have candidates such as Mr. Carson, Mr. Rubio, Mr. Bush, Mrs. Fiorina or Mr. Paul among others actually drop out and support Ted Cruz or Donald Trump. And there are reasons for why this won’t happen anytime soon.
First of all, there are egos and pride involved and many of the candidates who are not doing well right now are actually more establishment type candidates who still think they can win. However, one won’t find these candidates proposing a ban on Muslim travel to America in an attempt to curb Islamic murderers coming to our country as Donald Trump has. Whatever the issue is though even if it makes sense, it is not politically correct. We won’t see most of the lower tier candidates and most public figures in general, come out and denounce the Islamification of America and the world. We don’t see much truthful examination of the doctrine of Islam or the doctrines of Muhammad. A proper examination of Islam is not politically correct. Many of these other candidates will not come out and say they support the rounding up of illegal immigrants and sending them back to their homeland in the strongest of terms. Their must be a drastic and publicly made distinction made between what is right and what is wrong. A distinction between who is right and who is wrong is also necessary when it comes to the country’s debt, terrorism, social issues, keeping America safe, and who will actually fix problems rather than create them. Simply put, Ted Cruz and Donald Trump are anything but establishment candidates while Ted Cruz is a strong vocal pro life follower of Jesus Christ. This point alone is why most on the left will do whatever it takes to destroy him.
One simple way we can know these two candidates are not establishment candidates is by looking at how much the media tries to destroy them and will cover them with propaganda created stories. This tweet on twitter is a perfect example of the hatred the media has for Ted Cruz.
Another non-establishment candidate from the past was Herman Cain. He was also publicly destroyed by the left. He was black (which the left claims Republicans hate) but that didn’t matter because it wasn’t about color as many of the left would try to indoctrinate us to believe. It was about what he believed, as it has always been about. The left are terrified of what and in who Christians and Conservatives believe in. In fact they hate Him. Many thought they had destroyed Jesus when they had Him murdered on a cross for claiming to be God. Jesus also spoke about repentance for sin (breaking God’s law). Thankfully, Jesus was who He claimed to be and was raised from the dead by God so people could be saved from His coming Judgment. Today, I believe Jesus would be murdered again by the same ones who would seek to destroy and torture Bible believing, God-fearing people around the world.
Likewise CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, NBC, CBS, ABC and the left in general hate and fear Donald Trump and Ted Cruz. How do I know? By reading the Bible. The left hates the God of the Bible and Jesus said they would. (see Matthew 10:22)
The way I see it, Ted Cruz and Donald Trump are the best candidates running in the Republican party to defeat a Democrat for President. And right now I think either one would be the best candidate for United States to begin to actually undo some of the damage Obama has inflicted on America. I know the God haters and even some moderate types will oppose and mock my proposals but they’re the right thing to do. Whether it be stopping the left’s continued support for the murder of babies, halting support for the Islamic takeover of the world, blocking illegal immigration, Islamic terrorist refugees, repealing Obamacare, or getting jobs back from China and elsewhere and restoring dignity to the office of the Presidency, I believe Mr. Trump and Mr. Cruz would get the job done.
One way to start this process is to have respected Republican candidates such as Ben Carson, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, Rand Paul and others throw their support toward either Mr. Trump or Mr. Cruz. Of course each Republican candidate who does this would be able to decide who they wanted to endorse (either Donald or Ted).
Whomever they decide to support, it needs to happen sooner than later if the Republicans hope to beat a Democrat. When the candidates who are below Mr. Trump and Mr. Cruz in the polls stay in the race, it only continues to suck much-needed resources and support that could otherwise be going to one these top two candidates in the overall fight against the Democrats and for humanity.
Stay tuned for part two of my post on endorsing Trump or Cruz for President of the United States.
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