Up until really the National Enquirer article I was not adamant that Ted Cruz should not be the presidential nominee. But after hearing him get the endorsements of people like Lindsey Graham, Jeb Bush, and after Cruz actually hired a Bush to work in his campaign, then witnessing all the dirty tricks that Ted played before Donald Trump hit back—like the hit piece on Melania—I have decided that under no circumstances am I going to support any sitting politicians for President. If someone holds a political position now or ever—I will not vote for them in the upcoming election. The political establishment is doing everything it can to protect itself from a rebellion they created because of their mass incompetence and dysfunction—and watching their behavior has made me sick of the process. I don’t believe any of them. It is obvious to me, and I’m hardly one who falls for disillusion and fantasy. Yet I have many friends, several who make livings thinking about this kind of stuff—some who actually work for Glenn Beck—who say they won’t vote for Donald Trump because he’s not a conservative. Well, I think Trump is a conservative in a very liberal part of the country. He may not be Montana conservative, but he is certainly bold enough to call himself a Republican in the very blue state of New York. People can argue and debate all they want, but Trump has a wealth building track record that you can see and touch. Cruz does not. Instead you get conspiratorial information about Ted Cruz when you do a little digging—and it’s not good—like the following videos. Watch them all then decide if you really believe that Ted Cruz is what he says he is.
If there was anything I liked about Ted Cruz it was during his filibuster speech in front of the Senate where he mentioned Ayn Rand. Like Paul Ryan he claims to be a fan—which gave me hope for both of them really. But then again, so was Glenn Beck—and all those people have missed the point she was trying to make. Ted Cruz is no closer to living in the world of Galt’s Gulch than Jessie Jackson and now that he is being pressed as one of two front runners—his story is breaking down. This is why we have a long primary season and why running for president is so difficult. Everyone has to be vetted and we need to see how these people act when they start sweating. Cruz has not done well. Even if he didn’t cheat on his wife with five women—he didn’t do a very good job of stepping out in front of the story. His body language was obviously implicating him behind the tough talk. He came across to me like the kid seen in the below video who blamed Donald Trump for putting teeth marks in a chair. Trump because he is the political outsider—is a convenient punching bag—and Cruz’s team uses dirty tricks too much against him in a passive aggressive manner. They played dirty with Ben Carson, and several others as well. Then when they tried to appeal to Mormons in Utah with Holy-roller ads using a naked Melania to smear Trump, it was obvious to me that when pressed as a possible president, Cruz would behave in the same fashion.
Of course Cruz wants to debate Trump one on one—it is his strongest aptitude. Trump would be crazy to fall for the invite—to give a competitor a chance by playing to his strength. That is not how you win competitions conservatives—you must exploit the weaknesses of your rival—you don’t prop them up. Cruz is a great debater on policy and all the things that politicians talk about. But what has he done in his life that says he could do anything but talk? We’ve heard the talk before and look where it’s gotten us. No, we need now a man of action and I don’t think there is a single one in public office these days within the Washington D.C. culture who can do the job of president. There are a few here and there around the country that gives me hope for the republic, but not enough to matter at the federal level yet. We are in a gunless rebellion right now. Instead of casualties and collateral damage we are seeing people lose or gain their careers. That you could say is a more humane way of dealing with insurgents who have failed at their jobs of running the country—and they neurotically respond as if they’d rather die than just lose a social status. But this rebellion has to happen. We either take back our country through an election or we do it with some militia organized force—but things cannot continue as they have. And what I’ve seen out of Ted Cruz is that he’s part of the system—not fighting against it. Even if Cruz did love the novel Atlas Shrugged—being married to the spouse that he has now would prevent him from acting philosophically from it—which makes him no more effective in government than one of the Bush presidents or the worthless senators like Graham.
Then there was Cruz’s little speech about strong women as he defended his wife Heidi from the wrath of Donald Trump after Ted threw the first punch. Not that women have to be barefoot and pregnant, and must spend all their time in the kitchen caring for their families to have value, but Cruz did not sound very conservative to me. There is this whole metrosexual revolution of men who do cooking for their wives and share in the domestic tasks like doing laundry that are derived from the whole progressive push to make everyone equal, and Cruz like a lot of men are a part of it. In human society the only real differences between men and women are those regarding the sexual roles—that really is it. If we all placed our brains on a table and took away all the physicality, only then would we truly be equal. But with physical bodies, we have roles on earth that point straight into the bedroom. For instance, most women like to take the submissive role in sex, and therefore, they like to pamper their men with domestic obligations—but only if that man has went out into the world and conquered it in some fashion—with either a big paycheck, or in protecting the family from some disturbance. Men and women must respect each other, but the roles they play in their family life are like foreplay to what happens in the bedroom. In the most biologically primal fashion that directly leads to a happy sex life, women like to know that a man is changing the tire on the family car and the man likes to see his woman cooking the dinner he worked so hard to put on the table. That respect leads to a healthy sex life of mutual fulfillment. In this modern age of high divorce rates and mousey men who share all the cooking and laundry duties with their wives—they don’t understand why the women in their lives don’t want to plop up on the hood of their car in their garage and have spontaneous sex. It is because the women don’t respect men who endorse all those beta male attributes. Of course there are exceptions—and some people make it work through sheer will—but biologically we are all wired the same way through our physical bodies—and so long as we live on earth together—those rules apply to everything we do. Trump understands those rules—Cruz certainly doesn’t and you can see it on Heidi’s face—she is suffering. Most women in Heidi’s position use career to substitute the closeness they lack with their husbands. These days’ women have been taught from little girls that this progressive method is the way they must conduct their lives—so they usually enter marriage confused as to their roles within the family. But just a note to men in general, if you have to get your wife drunk to want to have sex, you are screwing up your romantic life with her. Men in that situation need to change things for the benefit of the woman. Society won’t acknowledge this problem, but it’s quite obvious—and it is destroying an entire generation of relationships. Ted Cruz came out in his chastisement of Donald Trump sounding like a silly soccer dad justifying his own personal failures—and it was certainly pathetic. It wasn’t presidential, and it certainly wasn’t “conservative.”
That of course brings us back to Donald Trump and the Cruz supporters who declare that the New York billionaire isn’t a conservative. Trump is rich and he didn’t get that way giving away money. He has a happy housewife at home taking care of his family. Trump is pro gun, pro border security, against Common Core, and favors lowering taxes with an aggressive plan that might actually work. He is decisive and a natural leader and never backs down from a fight. What’s not to like? And he has a track record of accomplishment both good and bad–we can see what we are buying with him. With Cruz, who says he’s the ultimate conservative—what do we really know? Because when you peek under the hood there is a lot not to like—he’s underpowered, feminized, and all talk. The holes in Cruz are showing. If he’s a true conservative then we are in a lot of trouble. Because he does a lot of things and holds positions that are quite contrary to true conservatism—and you can see that in his campaign. And now that too much has been said, there is no going back for me. If the Republican Party does not embrace Donald Trump I’m done with them. If there is anybody but a pure independent from the political establishment in the White House—then I’m done with the process and will turn from elections into Sam Adams. Look people, I’m not a Constitutionalist—I think the Hamilton version of the founding documents was entirely too liberal. I’m an Anti-Federalist by that old definition and if there is movement in the Constitution—it won’t be more toward a socialist state like Obama presents as an option—it will be further to the right—the way that Thomas Jefferson always intended. Because only in that manner can we get to what we were supposed to always be in America—and Trump is the means to get there. Cruz is just more of the same. We don’t need another scandalous preacher from the White House. We need someone who knows how to manage others—something no politician has shown me they are able to do—because they just don’t have the skill set to accomplish the task. Ted Cruz has been nothing but a public servant his whole life. He’s hardly an outsider. He’s simply sold himself that way—and I’m not buying—under any condition. The Glenn Beck types are wrong. They need to go back and re-read Atlas Shrugged. Cruz isn’t any of the characters in Atlantis. He’s at the table with Wesley Mouch. Actually, Ted’s wife is—while the presidential candidate is doing the dishes.
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