Do Republicans Need TO Throw Both Trump And Cruz Out Of Their Convention?

 

I am a registered Independent voter who has no loyalty to any political party, so no, I am not a Democrat railing against the Republicans who are running for their party’s nomination.  To be honest with you I really can’t stand either of the Clinton’s, they have proven themselves to be habitual liars and habitual liars should have their tongues cut out. That would actually be doing folks like the Clinton’s and the Bush’s a huge favor as Jesus made it plain several times that  “all liars will have their place in the lake of fire (Hell)”.

 

Personally I believe that on the Democratic side of the Presidential Primary situation these so-called “Super Delegates” are illegal (un-Constitutional). The way their rules are set up it is very difficult for anyone but the  party’s ‘ordained’ to ever get the party’s nomination. They put the primary voters votes to nothing (like junk bond status) as it really comes down to those 702 ‘Super-Delegates’ and whom they want to be their nominee. This takes the millions of votes the American people voted and throws them in the garbage, so that they can decide, not the people.

 

The Republican process does not have the ‘Super-Delegates’ but that doesn’t mean they care about what the American voters have to say either. I personally believe that the best person of the five remaining Presidential candidates for actually doing a good job for the people is Governor Kasich of Ohio. I am not a huge fan of the Governor, I just believe he would do the best job at getting our country moving again than what the other four would do. I do believe that the two worse possible candidates for the American people and the world would be the two biggest liars, Ms. Hillary or lying Ted (the hypocrite) Cruz. I personally believe that the most ‘dangerous’ person of these five to be our President is Mr. Cruz. Just like when he graduated college that same day he is on video stating his ‘Mein Kampf’, that his aim in life is to become President, And to rule the World.

 

I do not believe that there is any chance that the RNC (Republican National Convention) will ever allow Donald Trump to be their candidate, never. So that would make sure that lying Ted will be their nominee, correct? Not so fast, since the Republican ‘Establishment’ hates the ground Ted Cruz walks on, among the reasons why is that they just like every U.S. Congress member knows that he is an habitual liar who will say or do anything to get his way. And his way is all-ways about himself, he claims to be a Christian to get the Christian vote and I as a Christian can not even stand to see or hear him or his (should-be wife) Ms. Hillary. Sorry about that personal opinion there, but when it comes to the ‘Republican delegates’ votes at their Convention they are not obligated to vote for anyone after that first vote where they say no to Mr. Trump there is no reason at all that they have to vote for Mr. Cruz! So, whom is left after they say no to these two gentlemen? Mr. Trump could have just as easily ran as a Democrat or as the Independent he will be running as in November. Mr. Cruz is not a Republican just as Mr. Sanders is not really a Democrat. Mr. Cruz is the Tea Party’s ‘top mouth piece’, the Tea Party every election cycle runs candidates against sitting Republicans to displace them from office. The Republican Party badly needs to remove all ‘Tea Party’ people from their clan, why should they keep a knife stuck in their back all the time. This will work when Senator Sanders is booted from the Democratic Convention when the DNC (Democratic National Convention) ordains officially Queen Hillary. We The People deserve at least 5 candidates to get to vote for this November 1st. Republican Governor Kasich, Democrats Hillary Clinton, Tea Party Ted Cruz, with at least two Independents, Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders. America could have a second election 7 days later to vote for the two top vote recipients. This would give ‘We The People’ far more say so as to whom our President will be thus taking that decision out of the hands of career politicians.