Thursday, March 31, 2016
I would certainly support Ted Cruz if…
By Kevin “Coach” Collins
I wanted to support Ted Cruz as the Republican nominee for president from the start but more than a few “IFs” got in the way.
I would support Cruz if I could somehow “un-know” that he is a hypocrite who, while running to be the bishop of Iowa and Utah, has groveled before gay marriage supporting homosexuals in San Francisco and in “New York values” New York City.
I would support Cruz if I could just forget that he has been purchased by the “Wolves of Wall Street,” Goldman Sachs and Citibank, with big donations and questionable “loans.”
I would support Cruz if I could “un-hear” his voice as he shockingly supported the paid disrupters of Sanders and Soros when they used Hitler like tactics to stop Donald Trump’s rally in Chicago. I wish I had not heard Cruz speak in favor of illegal aliens waving Mexican flags and bragging about “shutting Trump down” but I did, so I can’t support Cruz.
I could support Cruz if I could only forget the dirty trick he pulled on Ben Carson in Iowa but I can’t, so I can’t.
If I could “un-know” that it was Jeff Roe, Cruz’s campaign manager, who requested the pictures of Trump’s wife from GQ, I could support Cruz, but I can’t, so I won’t.
If I wasn’t so painfully embarrassed for Cruz at his lame insistence that his CUBAN MISTRESS CRISIS is Trump’s doing and if I had actually heard Cruz deny the whole story, point by point, I could deny my doubts and support him, but I can’t so I can’t.
If someone could name a single state Cruz could win in a general election that Mitt Romney did not win, I could support him.
If someone could convince me that Cruz is not a tool of Mitt Romney, being used to bring about the theft of the nomination from Trump so that it can be given to a loser like Romney, I would support Cruz. But no one can, so I can’t.