...Ted 6 times and Bernie 2 times
- #NotThatLyingHagHillary #PoisonPero4Prez
Since the day Ted Cruz entered the race I've told everyone who cared to listen he's the best Conservative in the country. He's the one person in the race I have no doubt would govern Conservatively
, and would do as much as he could within his power as President (he won't go all Emperor Obama to get his way) to slow down the runaway train of American Liberalism.
That said, those who pay attention should remember I supported Marco Rubio as my first choice. There were many reasons, but here are a few: He is a legit Conservative as well, his tone and messaging is much more positive than Ted's, and I think he'd have better outreach with women and minorities...The Gang of 8 Deal hurt Marco badly, but he blew it at the New Hampshire debate, and when he decided to go 'mad dog' on Trump he lost his appeal as a positive candidate. It also gave Trump an opening to pull out a can of 'whoop ass' out on him - which is why he's gone.
Speaking of Marco (or anyone else not named Trump, Cruz or Kasich), Republican voters who sent in their early ballots before last week wasted a vote - most likely helping Trump, which isn't a knock on Donald, it just is what it is...It's ok to do this in General Elections, because the choices are between two candidates who aren't going anywhere. But in Primaries, candidates drop out. Which is why it's important to hold onto the ballots until things settle on your election day.
So, how did I vote for Ted 6 times? My wife and daughter agreed with me = 3, and three of my co-workers asked me who they should choose and signed their mail-in ballot = 3 more = 6 for Ted.
I also voted 2 times for Bernie, because two other co-workers had Democrat ballots and wanted to vote for Ted, but didn't understand they couldn't. So, I recommended they vote for Bernie and they signed their ballot...I recommend the same for any Democrat voters. #NotThatLyingHagHillary #PoisonPero4Prez
Speaking of those two 'hashtags,' I hope you will use them in your social media posts - especially #NotThatLyingHagHillary
. Things grow fast on the Internet and I'm betting this one could get a lot of traction.
Those who are sick of the process and our candidates, and don't plan on voting for anyone can use #PoisonPero4Prez
...But I hope to talk you out of this 'not voting' choice during the next 7 months.
Labels: 2016 Election