“There are two different Donald Trumps. There’s the one you see on the stage, and there’s the one who is very cerebral, sits there and considers things very carefully, you can have a very good conversation with him.” — Dr. Ben Carson
So here we now stand: the man whom we once respected has turned to grovel at the feet of a donkey.
Let Ben Carson go, my friends; he has made his choice. There are intelligent conservatives yet, who lead with courage, whom we can follow with respect and love.
Ted Cruz is a man of his word, who will not manipulate his friends; who has brilliant courage, and the brightest mind in the Senate. He has had the courage to challenge President Obama and the Democratic Party’s reckless spending, and he fights tirelessly for the rights of unborn children.
Take heart, conservatives! Join me in supporting Ted Cruz. We’re making a difference together.
March 12, 2016,1:35 am
Thank you for standing with Trump and with the American people! You are loved!
March 11, 2016,9:31 pm
Jekyll and Hide???Ben you should know better than this. Evil comes in many shapes and Trump has used them all. He shamed your intellect -he shamed your religion- he call you pathological implying a mental case. Why now Ben–Did you put that aside for a position in the cabinet. You should know the devil does not live up to his promises
“I think if you could secure the border, you would get a rush, you would get a national consensus to be generous and humane and legalize the overwhelming majority of those already here. But you have to show Americans, the American people that this is the last time it’s going to happen.” — Charles Krauthammer
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“It’s a little mystifying to me that President Obama can reach out to a murdering dictator in Cuba in the last year and be hailed as a hero for doing it and President-elect Donald Trump takes a courtesy call from a democratically elected leader in Taiwan and it’s become something of a controversy.” — Mike Pence