User Profile: MTSchmidt

MTSchmidt

Member Since: February 03, 2011

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  • [3] March 26, 2016 at 2:35pm

    Funny, because according to your post history, the truth matters very little to you. You have already decided that Cruz is guilty without a shred of evidence.

  • [4] March 26, 2016 at 2:08pm

    Maybe before you open your mouth, you should make sure you have some evidence of a video showing a clear case of an affair; unless you think a person should be guilty until proven innocent.

  • [6] March 26, 2016 at 2:05pm

    Some of the women that were accused are looking into pressing charges. The campaign most likely will let them take care of the lawsuit because if Cruz did the lawsuit, it would be front line news for months while it is being resolved…something that would only hurt his campaign.

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  • [1] March 25, 2016 at 6:08pm

    @jer295
    Explain to me how that is proof? How many of their stories are nothing but gossip or rumors that truly have no basis in fact? Where is the evidence? If such evidence existed, why haven’t they released it yet? Finally, why are you willing to believe this when they haven’t given you any actual reason to do so yet? You need to think and not just react on emotion.

  • [-3] March 25, 2016 at 5:59pm

    I would love some verifiable evidence of his affairs. Or is an article claiming it just enough for you?

  • [2] March 25, 2016 at 5:51pm

    What is truly sad, if not perhaps frightening, is that these people are not even asking for proof. National Inquirer comes out with it and Trump supporters don’t ask to see verifiable records before running with it. It is disgusting to me that they are willing to destroy a man’s reputation without any form of evidence or work…such lazy thinking; it is no wonder why we are in such desperate straits as a country. Dangerous times my friends.

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  • [10] March 25, 2016 at 1:08am

    So let me get this straight:
    An anti-Trump Super PAC, not affiliated with Cruz or his campaign, sends out an ad targeting Melania. Now, yes, Trump has a right to defend his wife, but why is he not addressing it with the Super PAC that has no affiliation with Cruz? Why is he attacking Cruz for something that someone else did? You say that Cruz is complicit because he didn’t condemn it. But why does he have to condemn a stupid action of another individual? that logic opens up to attacking Cruz for every negative word said about Trump by every person in America because that would amount to the same case we have before us; namely, a non affiliate S-PAC ad being blamed on Cruz. But this goes back to my first question that has yet to be answered; if Trump truly wants to defend his wife, why is he attacking Cruz and his wife and not the Super PAC? Also, if someone did to my wife what was done to Melania, why would I want to highlight her possible, and most likely, embarrassment of the situation by constantly bringing it up in social media. To me, this points to the thought that this is all theater for him. He is not interested in defending his wife, he is interested in hurting Cruz. That is all and it is despicable.

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  • [5] March 16, 2016 at 9:11pm

    How is it a smear job to point out that a volunteer for Trump is a white supremacist? Not only that, but that she spoke to his support ON TELEVISION. Any other candidate would not allow such associations. If I were running, would not a white supremacist group campaigning for me, donating to me, supporting me, speaking for me, or anything else for me. I would ask them to support someone else because their principles are antithetical to my own.

  • March 13, 2016 at 7:38pm

    @drugbunny
    https://youtu.be/oi5IZ9StVUI
    https://youtu.be/1QCbpafD3Pw

    There are obviously more but I think these two should suffice to show a pattern. Notice the distinct difference in conduct of Cruz from Trump.

  • [1] March 13, 2016 at 7:32pm

    He already has changed politics, but not in a positive way. The people have legitimate anger. However, instead of encouraging people to direct that anger into restoring the constitution, he has given people the excuse to act in their emotion; the end result of which has pushed people close to the Tipping Point. Unfortunately, when people revolt in such a state, it will always look more like the French Revolution than the American. That is why Cruz is my candidate. He recognizes the betrayal of Washington and directs that anger to something constructive…bring back the Constitution to its rightful place on top. I never hear Trump talk about the Constitution except when he is forced to talk about it through an asked question.

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  • [-1] March 13, 2016 at 7:08pm

    Only on the surface statements does some of his message sound right. However, when he has to discuss policies in detail on the fly, his theater performance cracks and you get a glimpse into his very liberal ideology. This happens very often in interviews and during the debates under pressure.

  • March 13, 2016 at 6:59pm

    Ted Cruz on multiple occasions has allowed protesters on stage to have an open dialogue. He has been doing this long before Trump has ever let anyone, supporters or not, on stage.

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  • [1] March 12, 2016 at 12:21am

    Yes, they absolutely need to be stopped. However, it is the way we stop them that matters.

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  • [3] March 12, 2016 at 12:09am

    @PaidToPlay
    Show me how my analogy is wrong

  • [4] March 12, 2016 at 12:04am

    Thank you! And yes I am an unashamed Cruz supporter.

  • [3] March 12, 2016 at 12:00am

    They are blinded by their anger. Instead of directing that anger toward something constructive, they are just seeking revenge. In their mind, it can’t be their fault or Trump’s, it can only be the liberals’ fault; therefore any act against them is justified. It’s a false justice similar to vigilantism.

  • [1] March 11, 2016 at 11:49pm

    @StupidAmerica
    I strongly suspect that any possible Cruz supports in attendance would not participate in violent protest. However, if it were shown that they intended to, and acted out the desire for, violent protest….Cruz would absolutely and very strongly denounce them. As a Cruz supporter, I would not want them in anywhere near the Cruz Campaign.

  • [1] March 11, 2016 at 11:43pm

    First of all, Trump supporters only account for maybe 35% of the vote. Second, This has nothing to do with Cruz. This whole story only adds to an already existing pattern of violence with Trump. Your religious dedication to him connected with the repeated reference to a desire to hurt protesters from Trump and your acted out obedience to that desire is the reason why so many Cruz supporters picture you as brown shirts. I also expect Trump to do just as Hitler did and disavow it without doing anything to stop it because it works in his favor. Just because the protesters are liberal socialists does not mean you can disregard both the rule of law and the Constitution to get revenge. If you want change, vote for a person who will stick to the Constitution no matter the cost, not someone who just wants to silence opposition. Cruz 2016

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  • [1] March 11, 2016 at 11:26pm

    Show me where Cruz or Rubio have ever incited violence, openly expressed a desire to assault protesters, stating that his supporters attacking protesters was appropriate. So far, I have only heard Trump do such things and more.

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  • [12] March 6, 2016 at 2:10am

    Uh…no he didn’t. Cruz received 64 delegates while Trump only got 49

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