Thursday, July 21, 2016

MUTH'S TRUTHS 07/21/2016


If Ted Cruz wasn’t going to honor his written pledge to endorse the winner of the Republican presidential primary, he should have just stayed away from the convention in Cleveland.  I’m glad he didn’t.

By accepting Donald Trump’s gracious invitation to speak without pre-conditions and using the opportunity to promote himself and not the GOP ticket, Lyin’ Ted demonstrated to the nation exactly why so many of his Senate colleagues can’t stand his guts.

His excuse?  Trump made it “personal” but going after his wife and father during the heated GOP primary. 

Fine.  Then boycott the convention like Jeb Bush and John Kasich did.  But you don’t go to a dinner party and take a giant dump in the middle of the host’s living room because you’re mad at the guest of honor.

In doing so at the GOP’s convention, this classless, self-centered chucklehead killed his political future before a national televised audience.  Even if everything he’s saying about Trump turns out to be true, the vast majority of conservatives will never forgive or forget his stench.

Good riddance to the guy who pulled that dirty trick on Ben Carson in Iowa.

The best part: Trump reportedly knew in advance that Cruz wasn’t going to endorse him and let him do it anyway.  Something about “when your opponent is about to commit suicide, don’t interfere.”


Dr. Chuck Muth, PsD
Professor of Psephology (homeschooled)
Publisher / Irritator-in-Chief

P.S. As a Newt Gingrich supporter, I was skeptical of the choice of Mike Pence as Trump’s running mate.  But not after his speech last night.  He hit it out of the park.  And assumed the mantle of the National Keeper of the Conservative Agenda.

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“Failing to endorse the Trump – Pence ticket last night was not good for Ted Cruz, conservatives, Republicans, and America. Cruz speech.  And most importantly for those of us who endorsed Ted Cruz and worked for him in the Republican primaries, he betrayed the trust we gave him that he was a bigger man than his attackers and that there was a cause greater than self in the hard-fought battles of the Republican primaries.”

After failing to endorse the Trump-Pence ticket last night, in eyes of most conservatives with whom I spoke, Ted Cruz became just another self-centered politician who walked back on a promise, failed to live up to his own Biblical standards and, when the battle raged the fiercest, put his own petty hurts before the future of his country and the conservative cause.”

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