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A pair from The Resurgent: On Tuesday night, Senator [score]Ted Cruz[/score] (R-TX) won Alaska, brining his state total to 4, and drawing him within striking distance of Donald Trump in the GOP primary. The Super Tuesday results mean that Cruz is likely the only candidate remaining who could still topple Trump – if Senator [score]Marco Rubio[/score] (R-FL) will help by dropping out.
Could there be another way for Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz to defeat Donald Trump?
Donald Trump’s string of victories are proof-positive that he is successfully changing the GOP.
It seems that the Rubio exodus has already begun. In Florida, former Romney and Rubio supporters have begun shifting into the Ted Cruz camp. Even more surprising may be the recent comments from South Carolina Senator [score]Lindsey Graham[/score] (R-SC) (who once “joked” about murdering Cruz). Graham admitted on Wednesday that it may be time for the GOP to coalesce around Cruz!
While the GOP establishment was busy selling its soul and the average GOP voter was busy following Donald “the Pied Piper” Trump, Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) was busy becoming the “moral compass” of the Republican Party.
“Bernie” [score]Bernard Sanders[/score] (I-VT) has done well in the primary against Hillary Clinton, but you wouldn’t know it by looking at the Democrat delegate count. The Democrat primary system is “rigged”.
Should the Democrat Party be just as worried about 2016 as the Republican Party seems to be? A large number of Bernie voters are arguing that they won’t be voting for Clinton in November.
Our nation already misses Justice Antonin Scalia.
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