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Anti-Trump "Protesters?" - They ceased to be protestors when they became violent. They are rioters and thugs.
Curious how the leftists in the media describe violence by leftist thugs as simply protestors, yet described non-violent demonstrators of the Tea Party as "terrorists." 

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Not only is it not a surprise, how did the GOP NOT see this coming? I think the formation of another Party being formed by conservatives in the not-too-distant future is not out of the question either. The GOPe strategy of stacking 17 candidates into the primary to muddy the waters against Cruz, Paul, and to a lesser degree Rubio, thinking it would get Jeb elected, completely backfired. They dismissed Trump and his ability to manipulate the media and dominate the news cycle, and were completely AWOL in gauging the mood of the American people.

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"Can we finally unify, now, before Trump starts sweeping winner-take-all states with 35 percent of the vote? If not, then a foolish GOP will richly deserve its fate."
"Here’s what the math says: John Kasich and Marco Rubio, you have no hope of becoming the GOP nominee. Even if you win your home states, the only thing that will do is maintain the four-person dynamic under which Trump thrives. Even if you are fortunate enough to work cooperatively to deny Trump an absolute majority of delegates, do either of you — in your right mind — believe that a convention dominated by Trump and Cruz delegates is going to unite behind you? They’d sooner riot (and I’m only partially joking)."


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"In 2009, then-senator Jim DeMint declared he’d rather have 30 reliable conservatives in the Senate than 60 unreliable ones. Ted Cruz launched his presidential campaign on the premise that deviation from pure conservatism cost Republicans the 2012 election. The only way to win was to refuse to compromise and instead give voters a clear choice. Many of the right’s most vocal ideological enforcers cheered him on.

Until Trump started winning. Suddenly, the emphasis wasn’t on winning through purer conservatism but on winning at any cost."



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First Scalia, and now Nancy Reagan. Disgraceful. 

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Free stuff from the government is great until you find out how much it's really going to cost you.
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Cruz' next "surprising" win. 
I have been studying the ‪#‎TedCruz‬ ‪#‎ground_game‬ in ‪#‎South_Carolina‬ and it is a sight to behold.


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He shouldn't even have standing to sue, but our court systems don't seem to operate on the rule of law anymore. Judges are political advocates for leftist causes.
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