For a guy who claims he is not Republican, but instead lists himself as a member of the Conservative party because according to him Republicans are too Liberal for him, he sure does love the fake Conservative, Progressive Liberal Trump.
 April 29, 2016 at 11:00am
So what was incorrect about this sign? And just what can Target do if they did find out who posted this truthful note? And no man dressed as a woman, you are not female, and even if you get your male parts cut off you will still be a man with no junk. I am sick of the lies and modern day Nazis forcing people to share a fantasy with mentally ill people.
 April 29, 2016 at 10:51am
You call Cruz an Establishment Puppet which could not be further from the truth, while you support the closet Liberal Progressive, the guy who claimed on tape that he was a Democrat because he was more aligned with their agenda.
 April 20, 2016 at 1:19pm
It is obvious why many do not like Cruz and this guy in so many words says so in his post. They hate him because he is a Social Conservative and a Christian. Many in our party are no different from the Democrats when it comes to pushing filth and the Progressive agenda on the American people, including so called Conservative Republicans.
 April 20, 2016 at 11:01am
Hannity is stuck on this Trump has a Majority line. He just can’t wrap his head around the fact that a majority of people did not vote for Trump and the Republican party is set up so that if a person does not get a majority then they run a second round to get to a majority.
 April 20, 2016 at 10:58am
I heard the exchange on the radio and I am really getting sick of Hannity pushing this narrative that voters are being ripped off, because he should know the process or learn the process. I am also just as upset at Cruz for not being frank with those he is trying to reach. Cruz needs to stop beating around the bush and giving half answers. Be straight and be direct and informative when providing answers. People need to realize that they are not voting for a President in the Primary, they are voting for a Candidate to represent the Republican Party. The Party makes the rules in an attempt to find the best candidate and one that represents a majority, not the majority of a minority. He could have also told Hannity that if Trump had gotten the delegates in these States, we would not be hearing all of this crap and outright lies about Cruz stealing or cheating. He could have also brought up the fact that these “winner takes all” States that Trump has won disenfranchise those who voted for other candidates, if we were using their same talking points and standards. Cruz stop talking like a politician, stop talking down to listeners, and while you are at it, stop repeating the same material ad nauseum! You sound like a poster when speaking, rather than a real thinking man.
 April 18, 2016 at 1:35pm
Only to a Chump voter would following the rules, which are equal for all candidates be construed as “cheating”.
April 18, 2016 at 1:31pm
I liked Carson but his analogy is flawed. Jim Crow were laws set up to give preference of one group over the other. The primary rules in Colorado and other States were set ahead of time and every candidate had an equal chance of getting delegates.
April 18, 2016 at 1:29pm
I am betting if Trump had walked away with all of the delegates and Cruz was too stupid to come to the State or didn’t know the rules, you wouldn’t be saying these rules were unfair.
[-1] April 18, 2016 at 1:25pm
Since the same rules were in place four years ago, were you ******* and moaning claiming they were unfair then? Or is only because your guy was too stupid to know what the rules were? Do you also think that when Trump wins in a winner takes all State that he is disenfranchising Cruz voters who voted for their candidate and yet walked away with nothing?
Fair enough question.
Yes. I've complained about the system for decades. It's inherently biased and isn't reflective of the voters wishes, but that's how it was intended. The FFs didn't really trust voters, clearly, as we know from their writings.
I've mentioned just a couple of critical fixes that would remove all phuksedoo from the system that exists in broad strokes while also reducing the tyranny of small states to hold large ones hostage with equal Senate votes. WY and RI don't deserve the two Senators that, say, MA does, as the 25th most populous state, or that TX, CA or NY do, as the biggies, with 3... for example.
Does that create other "problems?" Perhaps, but at least it's more reflective of what more PEOPLE want to see happen.
Delegate voting should be totally popular vote based. It is still possible to lose a state while winning it, but FAR less likely if every district has the same number of people in it based on drawing them outward from populaton centers. Big cities will have many hexagonal districts, based on THEIR population centers and rural areas will likely include many voters with very disparate views, just like in the cities.
The persons who actually can speak for them all will be elected to the House and the delegates will vote for their districts during national or statewide elections based on what the popular vote is in their district and that's it and that's how it should be, period.
NO "superdelegates" or other shenanigans. Then, TERM LIMITS!
Oh, and hey, I actually had to take Civics for a couple of years in primary school. It piqued my interest enough that I really looked into how our government "works." By the time I was out of middle school, I was already furious about it and have never registered with any party and never intend to do, 45 years later. Served my country, love my country but am not deluding myself about how we pretend to pick our government's elected officials or that we actually *want* them to be in office for decades and decades!
This has to stop and I hope that after this colossally screwed up election cycle, we may finally throw big and dark money back out of politics (overturn the ridiculous CU decision), enact term limits (both for consecutive and cumulative terms) and fix the entire Congressional district map throughout the entire nation ARBITRARILY by algorithm so no person can choose even where to center any of the districts.
Then, MAYBE, we can right this ship that Franklin called the "American Experiment."
 April 18, 2016 at 1:21pm
I personally like Trump’s positions such as closing the border, sending home illegal invaders and not allowing followers of a hateful death cult to be brought into our country unvetted. But I don’t believe Trump. He has held both sides of every position and now he and his followers are attacking the most Conservative running (Cruz) in the most viscous manner and I am sick of it. They claim that Cruz is a liar, and yet this accusation is a lie. We have waited so long to have a real Conservative get the nomination, and now we get a Lib who says exactly what the angry base wants to hear, and they believe ever word that spills from his mouth, and not even a drop of skepticism is displayed or considered considering who he endorses, donates to or his prior positions.
You nailed it. He says that we should wait for him to become President before he will act Presidential. He is a chameleon, changing his colors whenever its to his advantage. Trump's party affiliation has changed over the years. Until 1987, he was a Democrat; then he was a Republican from 1987 to 1999. He then switched to the Reform Party from 1999 to 2001. After a presidential exploratory campaign with the Reform Party, he wrote an OpEd in the New York Times stating that he was leaving the Reform Party because of the involvement of "David Duke, Pat Buchanan and Lenora Fulani. That is not company I wish to keep." From 2001 to 2009 he was a Democrat again; he switched to the Republican Party again from 2009 to 2011. An independent from 2011 to 2012, he returned to the Republican Party in 2012, where he has remained. As I have suggested before, he could be the first President in history to change his party affiliation while still President.
I like Ben, but the Jim Crow analogy was stupid. Why does everyone wait till after the caucus is over to attack the rules. The candidates people should be fully aware of each state's rules. They should have gone public with their issues long ago. How will Trump manage the intricacies of governing when he/they can't figure out what is happening on the campaign trail.
 April 4, 2016 at 12:59pm
Exactly, Or bringing a Bible into their country. But they are funding the expansion of this religion and building Mosques worldwide.
 March 31, 2016 at 1:00pm
You haven’t been tracking what has been happening in Congress have you? Cruz is right. Only a handful have been working (including Cruz) to try and stand by the promise they made of repealing Obamacare and other unconstitutional issues, while the Establishment have funded and attacked those (like Cruz) who have been trying to stop the madness. You attacking Cruz and making false statements often heard from Trump’s Chumps, makes me question the motive of your posting.
Cruz as a leader (which he obviously is not) would have to be able to actually persuade people over to his view. He was not hired to be just one vote. He was hired to persuade others to his opinion. The fact that he is a whining self-serving ahole does not help his case.
Cruz was hired to change the Senate (and Congress). You don't do that by alienating everyone who works there. Which is what he has done. Cruz is a phenomenal lawyer but he is not a leader. Leadership requires vision and being able to see beyond the argument of the moment. Cruz gets buried in the moment and inevitably loses sight of the big picture. If he didn't, he'd have tried to make friends/influence people to his side for the long term gain that comes with it. But he didn't, instead he walked in filled with piss and vinegar and a holier than though attitude and proceeded to piss off not only the Dems but the majority of Republicans as well. That isn't going to change just because his job title changes.
[-1] March 31, 2016 at 12:46pm
Just because a doctor or any professional supports or makes money from a procedure does not make it right. Doctors have made money from killing children in the womb and other questionable procedures and now they are mutilating the bodies of confused children.
March 31, 2016 at 12:43pm
I am not going to pick either side of this crap fest.
Side with the child.
"Last year, an 8-year-old transgender child named Avery visited the home and was apparently inspired."
 March 31, 2016 at 12:38pm
“If he were encouraging some sort of violence” So “death to America” is not encouraging some sort of violence?
 March 29, 2016 at 12:31pm
Ted has never been a part of the Establishment and any true Conservative would know this. They would also know that Trump has been a big supporter of Hillary, Pelosi and Reid. He has also been a big Lib who supported Liberal positions. How can a person change every one of their prior stances, unless of course they are lying to get your vote.
Call me dense. Strong words pilgrim. Like what does Trump and Radio Jerkey Charlie Sykes have in common as for supporting Grandmother?
You may be right, we have no proof that Sykes has given hundreds of thousands of dollars to the Clintons!
And you do have a point Mr. hawk. And thanks for the reply.
I see Mr. NC's support from the Upvote Rump Rangers keeps increasing, although I still have NO clue as to what he's talking about and I suspect they don't either.
 March 28, 2016 at 2:48pm
“From what I hear, he and his campaign went out and bought the cover shoot. Melania did a cover shoot for GQ, a very strong modeling picture. No big deal. But it was a cover shoot for GQ, a big magazine. And it was, you know, fine and, if from what I hear, he was the one, or his campaign bought the rights and give it to the super PAC.” (From what I hear) is not actual proof that Mr. Cruz bought this picture. You Chumps are no different than Liberals, you make your own reality and then attack others when they point this out.