Cruz Losing All

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Aaron, Mar 15, 2016.

  1. Aaron

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    At the time of this post, the only primary in which he may prevail tonight is Missouri's with Trump at 40.5% and Cruz at 40.2% of the vote.

    My man Cruz isn't going to win the nomination, and, I'm sorry, but Kasich will get creamed by Hillary.

    Time for both Cruz and Kasich to admit defeat and concede to the will of the people.
     
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    Cruz could very well get all of Rubio's delegates and pehaps Kasichs if he would go on and drop out!
     
  3. Aaron

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    Sanders is wiping his butt with Hillary though.
     
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    45% is not the will of the people. What these races show is that more people are against Trump then are for Trump. Kasich needs to get out and let Cruz go at it with Trump. Then we can see what the will of the people really is.
    Although I find it sad that we started out with 17 and there were only 4 that I said I would never vote for and 2 of those 4 are still in the race. No matter what I'm voting for Cruz in the General at this point.
     
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    Cruz will pick up a lot of delegates tonight. He's still very much in the race. Conservatives need to unite with Cruz.

    I find it hilarious that you claim that Cruz is your guy while at the same time urging him to get out of the race. Also, almost every post you make about politics is defending Trump.

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  6. Aaron

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    Oh, you're right. Only FL and OH are the winner-take-all states. My bad on that. We'll see how he does.

    Kasich's done though.
     
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    We may be waiting on an automatic recount for an official call, but with 100% reporting in, Trump won Missouri.
     
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    Two things really hurt Cruz this time around. One was his blaming Trump for the disruptions at his rallies, and the other was Carson's endorsement of Trump. Folks have more faith in Carson than in Cruz. It's that simple. Cruz turned stomachs when he did that. He knows Trump's not to blame, as does everyone reading this, and Carson's endorsement have helped folks attribute all the evil speaking of Trump as just that—talk, and they feel good about switching over.
     
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    Not sure about Kasich being done. He can still siphon off delegates from Trump in northern states.

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