But under the no obscenity rule, I cannot post it. Let's just say the second word in the two-word message is you.
It does seem Trump team is arguing principle--will of voters should prevail--while Cruz team is arguing party rules.— Byron York (@ByronYork) April 11, 2016
From the Denver Post:
A day after being trounced by Sen. Ted Cruz in Colorado, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump blasted the state party's process for selecting national delegates and called into question the results.
"The people of Colorado had their vote taken away from them by the phony politicians. Biggest story in politics. This will not be allowed!" Trump posted on Twitter on Sunday evening.
Moments earlier, he posted a tweet that asked: "How is it possible that the people of the great State of Colorado never got to vote in the Republican Primary? Great anger — totally unfair!"
The Cruz campaign ran the table in Colorado, capturing all 34 delegates at a series of seven congressional district meetings this month and the state party convention Saturday in Colorado Springs.
Colorado GOP leaders canceled the party's presidential straw poll in August to avoid binding its delegates to a candidate who may not survive until the Republican National Convention in July.No caucus. No primary. Just confusion and chaos. The state handed its 34 delegates to the RNC's pick. The media reports that Cruz out organized Trump. Yes, having the RNC serve as your organization.
Elsewhere, in states that Trump won fair and square, the RNC is getting state officials to appoint Cruz delegates. Oh, they will vote Trump on the first ballot, but then flip to Cruz should Trump fail to reach 1,237.
I wrote a while back that Cruz is the Establishment's official "anti-Establishment" candidate. The lobbyists and weasel "Republican strategists" who own the party have a candidate who is a subsidiary of Goldman Sachs. If you think Cruz will live up to his promises, I have some free health care left for you from Obama.
The Party of Reagan is actually the Party of Mondale. That's what compassionate conservative meant. Gay marriage, male rapists in the girls bathroom, et cetera, will be Republican values too. Oh, tongues will be clucked, but whatever corporate America wants, corporate America gets. And right now, CEOs would rather be SJWs than businessmen.
Of course, cheap labor from Mexico -- be it through open borders or free trade -- is what corporate America mainly wants.
If you ever worked in a factory or have a skill instead of a college degree, Republicans do not want you. They have their man. And they know his nomination hands the presidency to Hillary Clinton. They do not care as long as they control the party and the millions dummies donate.
And when they are through, Trump will be destroyed financially and personally. He does not realize the fury he ignited by daring to run for president as the people's candidate.