The Republican Party is considering excluding Trump from further debates.
I made a comment the other day about regular folks like me being able to choose who is eligible to run for president and who isn’t. I basically said we don’t get to choose who gets to run for the Republican nomination, just like we didn’t get to choose Barack Obama’s as a candidate. At least one person vehemently disagreed with me. He said we do get to choose by refusing to vote for anyone we believe isn’t eligible because of their citizenship status.
I don’t want anyone as president who has dual loyalties … a little to America and a little towards the country of which they could be a citizen. This is the reason for the ‘natural-born citizen’ requirement for becoming president. We’ve had seven years of what having someone whose allegiance isn’t with the United States and where that’s gotten us. Ted Cruz’s citizenship is in question as to whether he’s eligible or not. Personally, I don’t know the origins of the natural born issue enough to make an argument, and I think it’s vain to do so. I believe we can look at Ted Cruz’s record and surmise that this guy definitely has America’s interests first and foremost and exclusively in mind. I detect no loyalty to Canada or Cuba and nothing he has done or said indicates that he has any interest beyond pulling the United States out of the sh#t hole Obama and company have created.
Having said that, I can see a confirmation of my point of us not being able to choose the candidates … for what ever reason. Right now the Republican Party is considering bumping Donald Trump from further debates even though his popularity is soaring among voters. To say we voters get to choose the candidates is ludicrous beyond throwing the election and getting another socialist/Marxist squatting in the White House. Yeah, it shouldn’t be that way, but when you’re in the belly of a whale, you’re going where the whale goes.
The Republican Party should let Trump continue on and beat him on their own records instead of eliminating him because they can’t overcome his popularity. The idea of excluding Trump is indicative of the attitude of the establishment Republican Party. “Forget what the voters want, we want so and so because he’s a ‘party first’ guy.”
So we could end up with Bush as the frontrunner. The amnesty for all illegals guy, and the king of Common Core.
Here’s an example of what Bush wants to educate our kids with …
If Mary has eight apples and Johnny has two dogs, what kind of car does Mary’s parents drive?
You can’t get the answer because Mary doesn’t really have eight apples … she has six pears, a cat and two gold fish.