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Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Response to Aaron M. Fugate, the Republicans, the Democrats, and the Americans!

Have we had enough of the American experiment? I honestly hope so. The American experiment is failing the American people. Trillions of hard-earned dollars are stolen from the hardest-working Americans every year and then spent by Washington, Sacramento, Austin, Tallahassee, Albany, Springfield, etc. This money is wasted to fund wars we will never win, Seniors who will still need more income, welfare recipients who can work almost any entry-level position available, research projects that will never enhance quality of life, transit projects that create more congestion, and on nations that hate the very existence of America except when it comes to the money they steal from us. 

When the U.S. Constitution was signed, our Founding Fathers attempted to build a small government that promoted moral, social, religious, fiscal, and political conservativism (not Tory Conservativism). The Founding Fathers pushed for protection of the freedom of speech, freedom of religion, private property, the indiscriminate justice system, and individual conscience. Now it is illegal to say things that are politically uncorrect, we are not allowed to act upon your religious beliefs, we have to rent our real estate from the government, hate crimes make justice look at the victim instead of at the crime, and our consciences are being burned to a crisp by pop culture. If Washington, Jefferson, Hamilton, and Henry came back from the dead today they would raise up a Continental Army to defeat the forces of President Barack Obama, Gov. Jerry Brown, and all the other elected tyrants of this country. The legislation that passes today would make King George III and the 18th-Century Parliament blush!

What does this mean for the election of 2016? There are two criminals running for President who have the nominations all but sewn up. With a few more victories on Saturday, Mr. Donald Trump and Mrs. Hillary Rodham Clinton will represent their respective political parties. It is like choosing being Thing One and Thing Two. On one side there is a man that has broken vows with two wives, has supported abortion multiple times, is a staunch supporter of same-sex unions, is a ruthless dictator, and has enough bigoted statements to fill a three-hour radio program. Wait, which candidate was I talking about? Anyways, on nearly the same side is a woman who supported a rapist, adulterous president, who has pushed for abortion limits to be lifted, had no plan to save four ambassadors in Libya, and broke the law by leaving thousands of e-mails available to even the most amateur of hackers. In 2016, that is the choice that 320 Millions Americans have to rule over them for at least 4 years! If I had predicted this about a year ago, you would have laughed me to my face! Thankfully, there are several governors, many legislators, the entire Congress, and one-third of the US Senate up for grabs as well. As far as I am concerned, Americans should vote on all other races and leave the presidential circles empty. Maybe, a conservative Senators, Congressmen, governors, and legislators will provide a counterweight to the fourth most liberal President ever (behind BHO, LBJ, and FDR). 

There is one other solution. This would be for all the true Republican presidential candidates (except for Sen. Rafael Edward Cruz) to pull out of the primary race (if they have not already) and put all their support and delegates (if allowed) to work for Ted Cruz. Then Cruz should promise to have Rubio as his running-mate and take the fight for the nomination all the way to Cleveland! This is not 1976 when Reagan forced Ford to have a convention vote, but the only chance to have something similar is for all Americans to vote for Ted Cruz in the primary and in the General Election! It is sad that I have to support two ineligible candidates for President and Vice President just to make sure that America has a good "leader". 
With much reservation and warning, I support Texas Senator Rafael Edward Cruz for President of the United States. 
However, I will not be voting for Cruz or Rubio because there are major issues with the eligibility of both candidates.
What are your thoughts? Is there another solution? Is there any way to explain the issues with Cruz' and Rubio's eligibility problems? Who will win the nominations? All these questions are for you to answer!

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