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Would A Brokered Convention Lead To A Voter Revolt?
by Bradley Matthews
“We go to a brokered convention and the D.C. power brokers will drop someone in who is exactly to the liking of the Washington establishment. If that happens we will have a manifest revolt on our hands.” — Sen. Ted Cruz
If all was as it should have been, the delegates would have been free to exercise their right to observe that Trump was unfit for office. They should have nominated Cruz. Now we have a president who has already broken several promises he made on the campaign trail, including one concerning his signature issue, illegal immigration. May God have mercy on this stubborn nation which has turned its back on Him.
I am a Ted Cruz supporter, but the nominee must be the person who wins the most delegates. if the establishment doesn’t yet understand the anger that has made Donald Trump viable, then it will really be in for a revolt if it tries to foist a candidate on us who is not chosen by us.
March 9, 2016,8:47 pm
Carol L. Morrisey
We need Ted Cruz! He is a true Constitutional conservative, unlike Trump who is a johnny-come-lately to conservative views and still thinks Planned Parenthood does many good things! Ted is extremely intelligent, as shown by his prowess at Harvard Law School, and while not afraid to speak the truth, he is also kind and diplomatic, unlike Trump. He would make an awesome President. Lord, please give us Ted Cruz!
March 7, 2016,5:25 pm
Trup must be elected! This is the Republican Party Convention.
NOT THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY CONVENTION!
There will be a revolt if Trump is not chosen!
This will be a revolt like the Republican Party has never seen.
We can not have a candidate that is trying to sell us GREEN EGGS AND HAM!
WAKE UP AMERICAN’S!
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