Lifelong Republican &Trump Supporter Burns Registration Card: “I Will Never Be A Republican Again”

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Colorado might be the most aggressive Republican Party manipulation of a delegate nominating process to date. The media is well aware of what took place, but refuses to report on it. Trump delegates were intimidated, ignored, and ultimately had their names eliminated from ballots. Many left there declaring they had finally had enough of the GOP.

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  • Drunk_by_Noon

    It’s time had come.
    In hindsight, it should have been dead by the late 1980’s

    • Norman_In_New_York

      I would say that it should have happened after Bush the Elder threw away our victory in Gulf War I because he was taking orders from Saudi Arabia.

      • I could never understand why General Schwarzkopf accepted the idea to withdraw after they had successfully decimated Saddam’s military — all that was left for the U.S. to do was to march into Baghdad and depose Saddam himself. The second invasion of Iraq post 9/11 would have been totally unnecessary (for those who think it was necessary at all). And the second premature withdrawal under Obama was plain catastrophic — it gave birth to ISIS.

        • mauser 98

          Bush 41 promised NATO allies he would not march to Baghdad
          get Saddam out of Kuwait only

          • The policy of “containment” — proven to be a consistently disastrous policy, going as far back as Viet Nam. They never bombed Hanoi!

          • Clausewitz

            Actually the US air force bombed the shit out of Hanoi to the point where the North Vietnamese were about to sue for peace. Then just in the nick of time Johnston started to micromanage the American forces, changed the rules of engagement, and promptly lost the Strategic advantage. Then once the MSM joined in the betrayal it was only a matter of time before the US lost the propaganda war all the while the American forces were winning victory after victory.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    The GOP bosses are about to discover that hell hath no fury like Trump supporters scorned.

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    • Minicapt

      Could be worse; I’m looking toward 19 Apr with a certain amount of avidity.

      Cheers

  • Minicapt

    Things tend to function better if the worker show up on time. The Cruz team was in Colorado by New Years, and went organising at the caucus level. The Trump team showed up in the last week of March, after all the delegates from the caucuses had been selected. The State party then held delegate selection conventions in the Districts from 2-8 Apr; the convention on 9 April was to select state-wide delegates for the big convention. The reason Sen Cruz won all the delegates is that his crew was there at the beginning; the reason Trump didn’t get any delegates was that his crew showed up for the last five minutes of the game.

    http://www.thegreenpapers.com/P16/CO-R

    Cheers

    • Brett_McS

      But Mr Trump is going to surround himself with the best team: Top men. Top. Men!

      • Minicapt

        Those were the ones who arrived on April First …

        Cheers

        • Rob Ford was as clumsy behind the podium as Donald Trump. But equally humorous and refreshing for the electorate in terms of his liberal exercise of free speech. But it wasn’t his public appearances that made him a good Mayor, it was his honest administration of the public trust. And in the end it was a well-organized extortion, blackmail, and defamation campaign from the fascist Left that destroyed him.

          I warned about this right at the beginning of Trump’s campaign when nobody else was thinking about it — don’t fall into the Rob Ford trap by naively assuming that Communists are powerless and that there are no longer professional provocateurs out there who are quite capable of bringing an honest man down. If Trump keeps his eyes open, he’ll win. If he doesn’t, then he’ll go the way of Rob Ford and it could likewise affect his health and kill him. The fascist Left is merciless — the same people who sympathize with the murderous Islamic Jihad.

          • Brett_McS

            I doubt whether Mr Trump himself would appreciate being bracketed with Rob Ford. Quite the contrary.

          • I don’t know — can’t speak to that. If you’re talking about drug/alcohol abuse you’re probably right — my understanding is the entire Trump family is “vice-free” in that respect.

          • Brett_McS

            Well, that’s something. I don’t know much about Rob Ford, but I guess he wasn’t a narcissist. The thing about narcissists is that they invite you to see the world through their eyes; to feel their pain, to experience their highs and their lows. It’s something we do fairly readily: Authors of fiction and People Magazine rely on the effect. But whereas an author is manipulating your empathy for your own entertainment/edification, politicians will do it to gain power over you, and it is a dangerous thing.

          • I try to keep in perspective that it’s a campaign — every single one of them is a “narcissist” during a campaign. Including the “avuncular” Bernie Sanders, or the soft-spoken Ben Carson. False humility can be as much a trait of narcissism as the more bombastic personality.

          • Clink9

            Both men wanted to end the gravy train. And for that they must pay for their sins.

          • mauser 98

            Washington will never let Trump near the books
            dead bodies, dirt, $$trillions stolen

  • Jose M Ruiz

    I don’t understand why anyone thinks that the “people want” matters. First USA is a constitutional republic, NOT A DEMOCRACY. Yes there are democratic traditions and they play a huge role in the western world. That said, neither the delegate selection nor the vote for political leaders is based on bread and circuses. This argument made by many in the press or out seems to show the ignorance of the political system in which the USA is based. It is tedious and boring reading dumb people act like they have been wronged learn how the system works.

    • I agree in principle — the Constitution is supreme. Casting a vote to chose your leaders is also important, but if voting alone were the criteria for the kind of Government you will have then there is always the possibility that you can elect a dictator. A free Constitution is supposed to prevent that. But the latter often depends on a Supreme Court upholding Constitutional freedoms. And a military sworn to defend the constitution, not the Party in power. They all work in tandem, imo.

      Adolph Hitler was actually elected democratically — democracy apart from a freedom-based constitution has serious pitfalls.

  • Hard Little Machine

    This is a one party state. Has been all of this century so far.

  • Jose M Ruiz

    For those who care the NRO corner does a great job explaining the rules in Colorado and when and why they were changed.
    http://www.nationalreview.com/corner