The Family Bush has not endorsed Trump. Cruz hasn't. In fact, all the losers in the Republican Party are reluctant to endorse Trump. Their endorsements may have meant something during the primaries, but now? Do you really think Mitt Romney will flip one Democratic voter or sway on independent? That was his trouble last time. He had his chance. No walk, loser.
I contend that the backing of the Washington Establishment would hurt Trump more than it would help. Trump needs to convince independents and Democrats that he will not be placing a teabag on his head and demanding transvestites -- excuse me, transgenders (which do not exist) -- to use the men's room. Trump will wisely blow off the social issues and concentrate on Hillary, the economy, Hillary, the wall, Hillary, and Muslim terrorism. The Tea Party days are over. We got screwed over. Move on. It's Trump time.
He will go off the reservation from time to time. He has a little Geronimo in him. But really, the world is not expecting George Pataki or any of the other 15 losers in the race to campaign for him.
Trump is the Republican Party now. He is running the show. He is the main attraction, in fact, the only attraction. In the marketplace of ideas, Jeb lost. Rubio lost. Cruz lost. Why? Because the neocon movement which took over the post-Reagan Republicans failed. What is our national debt now? $19 trillion? The Athwart History Guardians Of Chairman Buckley's Body at the National Review stood athwart history four years ago against the man who last balanced the budget -- Newt Gingrich.
They tried that again, and lost.
Lee Iaccoca liked to say either lead, follow, or get out of the way. Trump's nomination pushed the Never Trump brigade aside. They can follow or not. But they cannot lead and they surely are out of the way.
Meanwhile, the woman from Goldman Sachs spoke up:
Drawing a parallel between the long-term efforts of her husband's supporters and the fight to end slavery, Heidi Cruz said Tuesday that it took "a lot longer than four years" for the latter fight to be successful.
On a conference call with the campaign's National Prayer Team, Heidi Cruz portrayed Ted Cruz's presidential campaign, which ended a week ago, as one part of a broader journey similar to the abolition of slavery.
“I don’t want you to feel like any of this was in vain," Heidi Cruz said. "I believe in the power of prayer. This doesn’t always happen on the timing of man, and God does not work in four-year segments."
"Be full of faith and so full of joy that this team was chosen to fight a long battle," she continued. "Think that slavery — it took 25 years to defeat slavery. That is a lot longer than four years."Don't even.
Please, don't even put yourself or your crybaby husband in the category of Harriet Tubman, lady