The foray will quickly move to Nevada where tomorrow her citizens will pick their nominee and then the pace really quickens with what is being dubbed the "SEC Primary" right behind. All indications are right now that Trump will do very well in this next round of voting and if he does, he could very well by on his way to the nomination. And while the deluded Establishment thinks that Rubio, if he can take out Cruz can beat Trump, I think the Washington operatives forget that they said Trump didn't have staying power in the first place.
Here's what I'd like to see. Ted Cruz should hang in there and be positive and continue his campaign until we find out whether or not he can gain the voter support he needs, all the while checking Rubio from going any further. Ted is a good man with great ideas and if he were to give up now, he's going to give Rubio the opportunity to charm his way with young voters who can't remember what Rubio has, and hasn't done. Rubio is slick, is not above anything if he thinks it will help him, and is clearly the worst option of the three still in position. From his early support of amnesty after telling Floridians when they put him in the Senate that he was adamantly opposed, he is the one candidate left who is malleable to the Establishment in their quest to maintain the status quo. He needs to be done with quickly and thereby end the last bastion of Establishment hope.
Trump clearly has the momentum and it doesn't appear to be going away. And as for those saying he can't beat Hillary, he has already destroyed the odds that were stacked against him from the outset. While he may not be a rock-ribbed conservative, I do believe he loves his country and is willing to take quick action to undo the damage that President Obama inflicted with his "pen and a phone". And you also have to remember that Trump, the gut fighter, is driven by the desire to win and I think that accounts for some of the so-called antics that he pulls from time to time. Deep down I believe he likes Ted Cruz and would certainly want to have him in a key position, maybe even Vice President. So if the going gets tougher, Cruz needs to decide if this year is his make or break year in Presidential politics, or could he if the need arises settle for something less and continue to build his resume for his future. After all, he is very young by Presidential political standards.
I don't think Trump is evil. I do think he would be a man of action and, finally, I think his motto to make America great again is what he wants to do. And for all who condemn him, even those who say under no condition will they vote for him, if they do that we'll have four more years of Obama, only this time in a pantsuit and on steroids and the tarnish of Benghazi sitting in the White House. America right now can't survive four more years of the Democratic Establishment which has been captured by the left's most extreme elements.
I started this election cycle saying that America needed an outsider or we will continue to mire in the corruption and the destruction of America by the political class. Either Trump or Cruz would work to change that equation and the question is which one can gain the most public support. And while I wish Trump were more conservative than he is, he clearly shows the energy to make things happen that we so desperately need, like stopping the amnesty madness, building a border that is secure and ridding the nation of the growing scourge which is radical Islamic terror. In that regard I'd like to see a ticket of Trump-Cruz, a combination of business acumen and constitutional expertise. And that's my story and I'm sticking to it. God bless you all.