I certainly hope so.
Like it or not, Trump is our candidate.
I like it.
If you don't, that's fine too.
But how about telling the truth anti-Trumpers? You continually rant that Trump has "no positions" or he changes positions depending on which way the wind is blowing. Have none of you bothered to go to his website and read his positions?
A rally is not a place for a policy wonking. When I attended the Cruz rally in Coeur d' Alene, there was nothing of substance said by Cruz. It was just all rah rah, and Trump is a pig. Perhaps if Cruz had cut short his prayer circle in the back room, with much laying on of hands, he could have spared us more than 15 or so minutes. I was not only not impressed, I was offended.
In 2012, 19.2 million people voted in the Republican primary. This year, 30,337,089, people voted in the Republican primary.
That's over 10 million people who crawled out of their weed patch to vote. What people say, and what they do in the privacy of the voting booth are two different animals.
So if you're still laying in the weeds and deep down really like Trump, it's safe to come out.
Bill Whittle, Scott Ott, and Stephen Green weigh in on Hillary, while you anti-Trumpers blather on about Trump's "character. "
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