This is my anti-Trump bump, a white-girl rap that will insult the Trump Chumps as much as I am willing to insult them at this time. I'm excited that you're excited...I am. But, wow, really? Is he two? His last rant consisted of "Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire" language usually reserved for the kindergarten playground.
When asked what Conservatism meant to him, he drew a blank; and his business dealings will out...he can't hide them forever. Hopefully, his mob connections will give Hillary pause before she orders her own hit on the man. Oh, I know, my Lib friends are exclaiming, drawing in deep breaths, etc., but just consider: I'm not saying Trump's not corrupt, I'm pretty sure he's corruptible, but COME ON... Hillary?!
And the Birther Crap, I cannot tolerate it!. It is purely and simply crap, and if you are going to bring it up, then you need to read, alot, but mainly this:
The word "Chump" came to me as I listened to Trump backtrack on HB1 Visas. The argument that we do not have enough young workers trained in Science, Mathmatics and Computer Programming is a lie perpetrated by those who wish to defend the status quo in STEP industry wage levels, which have remained flat through the last 10 years.
Stagnant wages in STEP industry jobs directly correlate to HB1 Visas causing demand for these jobs to increase. Do you think that the big software companies and tech industry giants need a government subsidy in the form of foreign workers who will accept low wages? Yeah, me either. Cruz has come out firmly, as usual, on the right side of this issue.
But my guy isn't a bombastic Scot with crazy hair, years of reality TV brand recognition, and an unending supply of cash. Instead, he was the valedictorian of his high school class, he's had to work at being "cool," and he pissed off the establishment when he stood against a vote proposed by Sen. McConnell to trick voters into thinking their chosen Senators were supporting something when they were not.
McConnell, in fact, berated Cruz in front of his colleagues and when the vote came down, only Mike Lee from UT and Ted Cruz voted correctly. Even Rand Paul blew that one.
Cruz graduated Summa Cum Laud from his Harvard class after serving as the President of the Law Review and as if that weren't enough, he went on to clerk for William Renquist, one of the most brilliant jurists our Supreme Court has ever known. Renquist insisted that Cruz learn to play tennis and though he was awful at the game, he took lessons and learned to play because it was important to be present in the justice's downtime in order to better understand him.
After leaving the clerkship, Cruz brought nine cases before the court and he did not lose one. He remembers everything he ever hears, which has a name that I can't remember, but the point is that he is conservative, brilliant, and tireless in his defense of our Bill of Rights. And we need that now.
He faces an uphill battle with a public easily swayed by charisma and brand and a media that pretends Cruz doesn't exist. In a discussion about who might beat Donald Trump on Fox news this past weekend, Dagan McDowell opined that "women don't like to listen to Ted Cruz." Maybe she's right, maybe we have come to the time in our society when, if you are not acceptable by media standards, and you don't have all the right moves, you can't win the nomination. Frankly, Dagan McDowell, given her strange looks and bizarre voice, should give Ted Cruz a break.
And, Dagan, I like listening to serious, intelligent, trustworthy people who say what they mean and then DO what they say they will do, and Ted Cruz is that guy. Whether the rest of the Conservative base will wake up and vote for the right guy, we will not know for a while yet. But one thing is for certain-sure! If the nominee is Trump, I will don my "Chump" hat and vote with the rest of the Trump Chumps, no matter what.