Will Trump continue on his recent tirades against Cruz or will he settle down and return to his successful attacks on our disgraceful immigration process of open borders? His success, at least in this writers' humble opinion, requires that he drop the firebombs and go back to his solid plans to secure the borders, create a better tax policy and put America first. In this regard, he and Cruz are quite similar except that Trump is much more direct and outspoken in attacking the issues. Love him or hate him, Donald gets right to the heart of the subject while Cruz leaves himself a little more room open to deviate.
But as for Rubio, he sold out the Tea Party supporters immediately after going to Washington by joining Chuck Schumer and the Gang of 8, a process that talked tough until you read the fine print which eliminated any real control of our border or of entry into America. Rubio also has a serious problem on trade and he seems itching to go to war under the tutelage of the old warrior, John McCain. Maybe if Marco had been required to peel potatoes, pull guard duty and ultimately find himself facing the enemy from a foxhole he'd be a little less enthusiastic about sending America's finest into harm's way.
What about the others? Well, I think it's time for them to say "bye, bye" and head home. Nobody is buying their hype if you closely look at their records of late. Ben Carson is a good man but the flower has wilted, Bush is making a fool of himself at this point, Kasich is arrogant and thinks he has the answers to everything and Christie, well, his day has come and gone with a hug from Obama.
Will someone make a big mistake tonight and blow this thing wide open? Who knows, but we'll soon find out. We'll talk about the outcome come Monday. In the meantime, judge for yourself, have a great remainder of the weekend and God bless.