John Kasich tells Cruz to “Get Out,” Lindsey Graham says Kasich Can’t Win!

The 2016 Presidential campaign always promised to be dramatic, but no one could have expected it to devolve into theater of the absurd. I mean seriously. We went from one of the most promising groups of GOP presidential contenders ever, to now being faced with the criminal Hillary Clinton, the socialist “Bernie” [score]Bernard Sanders[/score], the entertainer Donald Trump, the RINO John Kasich and the conservative who the establishment hates, [score]Ted Cruz[/score].

It’s a veritable circus.

On Sunday, things got even crazier when also-ran John Kasich (who has been routinely crushed by Ted Cruz) demanded that Ted Cruz leave the race for the nomination.

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Well, maybe Ted ought to get out because he can’t win in the fall. And maybe these people that are hot on that, you know, ought to tell him to do it. You know, they tried to tell me to get out of the race how many times, Chuck?

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Around the same time over on CBS, Kasich’s fellow RINO [score]Lindsey Graham[/score] (R-SC) was begging the Ohio Governor to get out of the race now, before he does anymore damage.

“The bottom line is I believe Donald Trump would be an absolute, utter disaster for the Republican Party, destroy conservatism as we know it. We would get wiped out and it would take generations to overcome a Trump candidacy…

 John, if I thought you could win, I’d be behind you because you are the most electable candidate. Work with Ted to deny Trump 1,237 … and if you’re not willing to work with Ted you’re hurting the cause. By Kasich going to Utah, you’re making it harder for Ted to get 50 percent.”

Politics sure does make strange bedfellows.

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