Here’s the Nonsense: We can tell just from a good interview or a good speech that candidates like Fiorina and Rubio are conservatives who have good plans for America.
Here’s the Horse Sense: Very few people do their own homework to know much about candidates before supporting them. The lack of effort made to do research on your own is the reason so many people fell for Bill Clinton in 1992 and Barack Obama in 2008.
If you’re smart enough to have abandoned hope in Carly Fiorina, the place to move your support is not Marco Rubio. Rubio represents as serious a threat to America’s return to greatness as Jeb Bush and any other establishment candidate. Those who haven’t seen who Rubio really is need to look closer. A good speech that makes you feel good, a quick answer to an interviewer that tickles your ears, and a handsome young face are not enough to make a candidate worthy of support.
Were you offended when John McCain referred to supporters of Ted Cruz as wacko birds or Donald Trump’s supporters as crazies? If not, you should have been, even if you don’t support Ted Cruz or Donald Trump. The reason is that that is an attack on conservatives who put the future of our country over the importance of party loyalty. Ted Cruz and Donald Trump are among the few who are willing to stand up against the establishment GOP that controls the Republican Party and that has worked hand-in-hand with Obama and the Democrats to advance their agenda. And that’s an agenda that is destroying America, as I outlined in my book, No Tomorrows, in 2011.
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