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So the conservative push to end Trump
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is on full throttle. What angers me the most is how so many so called conservatives fell for that David Duke smear tactic.


What is your take? Is this guy for real, or is he really a mole set out to destroy the GOP?
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Same formula for a GOP loss, MSM tells GOP establishment their frontrunner is racist and a ridged ideologue that will not only lose the general election but cost the GOP House and Senate seats. In 2012 that was Gingrich after he won SC, in 2008 it was Huckabee after winning IA and heading into SC leading the in the polls, 1996 it was Pat Buchanan. In every case the GOP Establishment bankrolled the candidate the MSM told them was most electable, 1996 Dole, 2008 McCain, 2012 Romney. The only reason it didn't happen in 2000 was because the GOP Establishment got W out early with a large campaign "war chest".

In 2016 it was the GOP Establishment intention to set Jeb up just like W, they didn't count on the base being fed up with being told who to vote for AND two very strong insurgent candidates in Trump and Cruz. Since they can't seem to make smear campaigns stick to Trump speculation is they will get Romney on the Ballot in CA, NY, and a few other states hoping to dilute the delegate allocation enough to prevent anyone from winning the nomination outright. If they could do this, they could justify a 2nd convention ballot where all delegates are free to choose any candidate but any = Romney.
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(03-02-2016, 06:53 PM)ConservativeHerd Wrote: Some formula for a GOP loss, MSM tells GOP establishment their frontrunner is racists on a ridged ideologue that will not only lose the general election but cost the GOP House and Senate seats.  In 2012 that was Gingrich after he won SC, in 2008 it was Huckabee after winning IA and heading into SC leading the in the polls, 1996 it was Pat Buchanan.  In every case the GOP Establishment bankrolled the candidate the MSM told them was most electable, 1996 Dole, 2008 McCain, 2012 Romney.  The only reason it didn't happen in 2000 was because the GOP Establishment got W out early with a large campaign "war chest".

In 2016 it was the GOP Establishment intention to set Jeb up just like W, they didn't count on the base being fed up with being told who to vote for AND two very strong insurgent candidates in Trump and Cruz.  Since they can't seem to make smear campaigns stick to Trump speculation is they will get Romney on the Ballot in CA, NY, and a few other states hoping to dilute the delegate allocation enough to prevent anyone from winning the nomination outright.  If they could do this, they could justify a 2nd convention ballot where all delegates are free to choose any candidate but any = Romney.

Great points of fact and analysis.  I'm fed up with these damn so called "establishment conservatives" who are clearly threatened by Trump being a true Washington outsider.  Tell me this, has anyone heard Trump being accused as racist and inflammatory and divisive until just recently when folks started to realize that he'll win the nomination if nothing else changes?  Folks blew off Palin's endorsement of Trump but now that Christie has done so all hell is breaking loose.  Many are calling Christie a traitor, embarrassment, should step down, etc.  Someone needs to tell Nikki Haley to stop feeding the MSM with lip service and helping the DEMS win the election.  This is the same person who took shots at Trump after Oballah's SOTU.  I'll say this, and I could very well be wrong, but I believe the more the establishment tries to discredit Donald the stronger his support will hold.  He has survived every previous attempt to smear his name and came back stronger.  If Slomney runs that would be the biggest farce, disgrace, embarrassment, dog-and-pony show ever.  This guy has run twice for the Presidency and LOST both times. Get the 'eff outta here!

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I will vote for Cruz but he will not be able to win the general IMO. Love him or hate him trump is the only one that can do it and here is why. Not even Cruz will get the go ahead to attack Hilary the way she needs to be attacked he is too invested in Washington. I have not liked trump with all of his nonsense but in his speech last night I got a glimpse of him not being a complete d bag and I had hope. When she call him a sexist trump is the only one that will bring up bills rape allegations. Btw I voted for rand in the primary bc he was still on the ballot lol
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I’ll vote for “Not Hillary” and take my chances with Trump the thinned-skin 9/11 Truther loon.
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(03-02-2016, 09:57 PM)WPDAWG08 Wrote: I will vote for Cruz but he will not be able to win the general IMO. Love him or hate him trump is the only one that can do it and here is why. Not even Cruz will get the go ahead to attack Hilary the way she needs to be attacked he is too invested in Washington. I have not liked trump with all of his nonsense but in his speech last night I got a glimpse of him not being a complete d bag and I had hope. When she call him a sexist trump is the only one that will bring up bills rape allegations. Btw I voted for rand in the primary bc he was still on the ballot lol

I agree with every bit of this. My man is Cruz but I don't think he can win the general election. Trump can pull enough support from a variety of places. He's got the blue collar vote in the south by a stranglehold. He can get some of the black vote and some of the blue collar union votes too, especially if the Dems put up Hillary. Also, if trump and Hillary get into a debate I believe it will be an unmitigated disaster for her. Think Trump was hard on Carly? ... LOL.
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The push continues and intensifies...

Quote:Romney implores: Bring down Trump

Mitt Romney delivered a sweeping broadside against Donald Trump on Thursday, laying into the Republican presidential front-runner with a sharper attack than any of the party's 2016 contenders have made against the billionaire business mogul.

"Here's what I know: Donald Trump is a phony, a fraud," Romney said. "His promises are as worthless as a degree from Trump University. He's playing members of the American public for suckers: He gets a free ride to the White House, and all we get is a lousy hat."

Romney said that "dishonesty is Donald Trump's hallmark," pointing to his "bullying, the greed, the showing off, the misogyny, the absurd third-grade theatrics."

There's irony in Romney's speech: Just four years ago, he courted Trump's endorsement -- even after Trump had led the "birther" controversy against President Barack Obama, insisting that Obama release his birth certificate to prove he is an American citizen.

Nonetheless, Romney lambasted Trump on foreign policy, casting him as "very, very not-smart" in his comments about allowing ISIS to take out Syria's leadership and for proposing the slaughter of the families of terrorists.

"Mr. Trump is directing our anger for less-than-noble purposes. He creates scapegoats in Muslims and Mexican immigrants. He calls for the use of torture. He calls for the killing of innocent children and family members of terrorists. He cheers assaults on protestors," he said, adding that Trump would trample First Amendment protections.

Romney also mocked Trump's failed business ventures, pointing to his airline, his casino bankruptcies and more, and attacked his sexual indiscretions, too.  "There's a dark irony in his boasts of his sexual exploits during the Vietnam war, while at the same time, John McCain, who he has mocked, was in prison being tortured," he said

The extraordinary effort by Romney to take down the Republican front-runner comes amid a last-ditch rush among the party's donors and loyalists to stop Trump from capturing the nomination.

After the remarks, Kasich tweeted, "Well said, @MittRomney."

His attack on Trump was an amalgamation of all of the attacks that other candidates and party members have made in recent weeks.

One of his top aides in the 2012 race, Katie Packer, is heading a super PAC that is launching attack ads against Trump. Another super PAC and the hardline conservative Club for Growth are also airing ads critical of Trump.

It could be too late: Trump has already won 10 of the first 15 states to vote, and he has a clear lead nationally over Rubio and Cruz.

Romney cast the coming months' elections as a crucial moment in history, citing Ronald Reagan and saying that this nominating contest is "a time for choosing" -- laying waste along the way to Reagan's fabled "11th Commandment" that Republicans not speak ill of other Republicans.
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An Establishment in panic

This supports what I said when the MSM say JUMP, the GOP says how high.
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(03-03-2016, 09:33 PM)ConservativeHerd Wrote: An Establishment in panic

This supports what I said when the MSM say JUMP, the GOP says how high.

I was watching George Will earlier today and it was all about how the GOP must do this and must do that in the event that Trump wins the nomination. Completely oblivious to the reason Trump is leading the delegates. Hey George, did you ever stop and ask yourself what the GOP needs to do to win back the support of the people?

I will say I am getting tired of how Trump cheapens the whole election process with his silly comments about people he is running against.
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