I’m conservative and we sort of agree. I support Trump, but disliked Romney that I voted for the better candidate in Virgil Goode. I’m becoming more of an Independent thinking Conservative. I Can’t Support Rinos. I wasn’t for Cruz. I was for Trump, but also was looking at Jindal, Huckabee and Walker.
 August 24, 2016 at 5:35pm
Bush stopped its implementation and that is why only a few areas have it. It was approved in 2002 by a Republican congress.
 August 24, 2016 at 5:29pm
I mean they should vote Trump, but any Never Trumper left is pretty much dead set against that. Most of them support a globalist agenda.
 August 24, 2016 at 5:25pm
They are confused because Cruz and to a lesser extent Rubio lost. So they have no one to vote for and Evan McMullin isn’t cutting it nor is Gary Johnson. They’d be wise to at least support Darrell Castle and get him the resources to be on every state ballot but they are too drunk to even notice him. So they are divided within themselves as some want idiot Gary Johnson and some will vote for unknown McMullin and some will vote for no one. I’d find it all funny, but they are starting to warm up to Hillary as president and that is a bit “kooky”.
 August 24, 2016 at 5:14pm
I’m not against Glenn Beck, but over the past 4 years he has become unwatchable and made mistakes running his company. I wish he were the guy he was in 2011 when he went to Israel and in 2010 when he did his Washington D.C. Rally. I just like Tomi Lahren and Dana Loesch. But I refuse to watch Beck as he is not himself anymore. His website is more balanced than his shows.
[-2] August 24, 2016 at 5:02pm
I’m with Trump and I’m a Independent Conservative. I didn’t vote for Romney nor Bush. I voted for Libertarians and The Constitution Party. I vote in primaries and GOP primaries. I don’t really care to argue and adding my two cents. I see it getting worse not better no matter who wins because some folks are getting deranged. So if Trump wins the left is going nuts and if Hillary wins the good guys will try to “take back” the government even if it fails like the guys in Oregon. If it gets to where I feel it will get them something is going to occur.
April 16, 2016 at 1:28pm
Cruz is just trying to disrupt Trump since Cruz will be mathematically eliminated in a couple of weeks but still intends to drag the nomination process into the convention if he can. It’s unjustified. He is a bit of a bully. He is stealing Trump’s delegates and is not doing much in the Senate. Guy is power hungry.
 April 14, 2016 at 8:06am
Beck is going unhinged. He must have forced Dana to go overboard. They lost me. I think they don’t want the country to unite. They wil campaign for Hillary when Trump gets nominated.
 April 14, 2016 at 7:30am
Yeah. I hope Dana Loesch can go back to being neutral. I like her. Unfortunately, her anti Trump rhetoric cost her. Her old station KFTK dumped her on Monday. She was not renewed. I think she is now only on Radio America and a Indianapolis station where she replaced Rush. The Blaze TV also is unable to find money. So that’s why Laurie Dhue, Sara Carter, Andrew Willkow and others left.
[-1] April 14, 2016 at 7:22am
I agree. I got a bit into the Cruz Trump feud myself. I want this bickering to end and for us conservatives to unite. But some people are not backing down. Cruz was on Beck’s and Hannity’s radio shows the other day just whining and bashing Trump. So this isn’t ending anytime soon. July 18 to 20 could be s mess at the convention. Trump is also unhappy with the process. I wish he had started to question the nomination process earlier. I knew about the problems a month ago. So it’s easy to game the system to stop Trump. Trump will have to keep winning or risk losing on second ballot.
April 14, 2016 at 7:04am
Fox News is a divided as voters. Megyn latched on to Cruz only when he became Never Trump. But Megyn started to attack Trump last July and has anti Trump guests on regularly. Other shows try to be more fair to Trump. Hannity seems to like both candidates. Megyn might change as she met with Trump. The divisive state of the primary was bound to happen. I saw conservatives split for years on candidates and agenda. Personally, I liked Bobby Jindal, Ted Cruz and Carly Fiorina when the race began. Gravitated to Trump as other candidates dropped out. I don’t dislike Cruz, but he is a mess now. Forced to do what his backers want. They are never Trump so attacking Trump and stealing his delegates is in fashion.
 April 14, 2016 at 6:50am
The Cruzers have become unhinged and a bit unable to listen to reason. They are a rabid bunch who never gave another candidate a chance. That infuriated me because Cruz is proving to be very flawed and divisive. He certainly turned off half the Republican base. Cruz went from my first choice to non existent because of his attitude and his globalist tendencies. Cruzers are relying on some of the worst sources to defend their guy like RedState, National Review and probably this site. But I think Cruzers are going to go off their rocker when Trump gets the nomination. They just want everyone to be a Trump basher. Well obviously Trump is winning and he will get the nomination. I am tired of the Trump bashing. I certainly don’t think Cruz is some god. My decision to back Trump came after Cruz started to unfairly trash Trump and blame him for everything. I once thought Cruz was better than this.
I can't speak for anyone else on this site, but Ted Cruz wasn't my first choice. I started out supporting Carly. When she left the race I became an anyone but Trump person. I've been supporting Cruz for the past couple of months, so stop with the ridiculous stereotyping in your post. Short of voting for a Democrat, I'll do whatever can be done to stop the nationalist, bigot and neo-fascist Trump from becoming president. There is not one value that I share with this man! Trump could possibly become the Republican candidate (that's when I leave the party) but there is no way that he'll ever win a general election. Too many people despise this man...both the conservatives and the progressives.
Trump is the reason that there is so much anger within the Republican party. His scorched earth policy of insulting every conservative Republican who dared to challenge his asinine platform and behavior towards others was a losing proposition with conservatives. It's one thing to challenge other candidates on policy but since Trump knows nothing about anything but making money, every attack was personal. He burnt every bridge in the Republican party that he crossed. He's going to have to win this election with the 38 percent of the voting population that thinks he's the greatest thing since sliced bread.
[-6] March 27, 2016 at 3:23pm
Cruzbots don’t like facts.
Attackinng Trump is all they do. Any false narrative that they can throw at the wall, they do.
Many are doing this as a big joke and admit it, some openly admit that they are blind to the truth about Theodore Raphael Cruz.
They know that he is a con man and liar…and could not care less, they want to help destroy, seek, and kill all that was good about America but at the same time lie about Donald making us great.
Satan wins again…. And Hillary laughs at fools who are stupid and want to be sheep and make deals with the GopE Satan
Does anyone pray for our country?
You are correct. Cruz has shown himself to be a phony. Spouting Conservative platitudes don't hold much weight when you consider his tactics. He invokes the sacred name of Reagan every other sentence. I have been a Reaganite since the beginning and I resent that.
I just call him L.T.C. now - his tactics are so much like the Clintons that it makes you realize you could have the worst of both of them wrapped up in one candidate.
BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH...
Which facts don't you RUMP HUMPS like???
THAT RUMP LOVES HILARY? GAVE HER MONEY FOR HER CAMPAIGN?
RUMP is a clueless duché...
RUMP can only say LYING TED.. when faced with the facts that he can't handle...
Trump remains the only Republican candidate who not only loses in every poll against Hillary but by double digits (this is not true of Cruz, Kasich, and wasn’t of Rubio either). Amazingly, Trump even loses to socialist Bernie Sanders by an even higher double-digit margin (17 points). And worse, he takes down our best and brightest in the conservative movement who had once ensured 2016 as our year for the White House. The year of hope for Republicans is careening into disaster.
[-1] March 24, 2016 at 11:25pm
I’m for Trump/Gingrich 2016. That would be a fascinating ticket. Glenn Beck hates both guys.
 March 24, 2016 at 11:11pm
Beck lost his way. He has Trump up his butt. No longer focuses on educating the public. He just attacks Trump. He doesn’t even understand why Trump is doing well. Just full of petty B. S. He is a moronic pansy. He is a mess. He is definitely a wacky nut. His big mouth hurts Cruz. Cruz is no good. But Cruz would do well to dump Beck. His religious pandering is over the top. Beck is fanatical.
From your zerohedge article "...leading to questions whether the entire business model underpinning Obamacare is unsustainanble for everyone but a select few corporations."
This was the plan, if health insurers could not sustain coverage; then the only other viable solution is a single payer system like what has failed in both Canada and Europe. Within the close of this decade if this law remains in tact, I think our nation loses most of the medical travel we receive because we no longer have great health care.
A direct quote from your pjmedia link; "As was pointed out early and often, by covering people with pre-existing conditions, Obamacare destroyed the whole point of insurance and turned it into another form of welfare. Its end cannot come too soon — but one suspects that was all part of the plan to force single-payer “healthcare” down our throats."
One of my point's articulated by someone other than me.
Another direct quote from your americanthinker link; "“In our view, it looks like appropriations may be the only way to fully fund the risk corridor deficits,” the analysis warned."
Good luck getting the appropriations appointed; where is the money coming from? The billions we send to the Muslim nations? I think not! Another nail in the private health insurer's coffins. A force to push us to a single payer system was the agenda the entire time.
Even if we get a Congressional veto proof bill signed into law during the next regime change I fear the damage is already don
You received a thumbs down, with no reply. I suspect some troll or progressive did not like the facts that you have pointed out and was too cowardly to challenge you.