Cruz knocks ‘campaign conservatives’ in New Hampshire

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“I think as voters and citizens, the test we should apply — Scripture tells us you shall know them by their fruits,” he said. “We need to ask not what are you saying on the campaign trail but have you walked the walk? Have you been a consistent conservative, the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow?”

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7 Comments on Cruz knocks ‘campaign conservatives’ in New Hampshire

  1. Have you been a consistent conservative, the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow?

    That’s actually a hit at Trump who, as a conservative, has a less than stellar past. Cruz has always been a conservative and always will be.




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  2. The quote

    “Nominate the most conservative candidate who is electable”

    keeps coming to mind.

    It’s loooong way until Primaries, and observing the sequence of them will help reveal the answer….

    #1 – Iowa Caucus/Convention, Monday February 1st 2016: 30 Delegates / Closed Primary Caucus (Republican Only)

    #2 – New Hampshire Primary, Tuesday February 9th 2016: 23 Delegates (proportional assigned) / Modified Primary (Independents and Republicans)

    #3 – South Carolina Primary, Saturday February 20th 2016: 50 Delegates (Winner Take All) / Open Primary (Anyone Can Vote)

    #4 – Nevada Caucus/Convention, Tuesday February 23rd 2016: 30 Delegates / Closed Primary Caucus (Republican Only)

    #5 – SUPER TUESDAY: Tuesday March 1st – 601 Total Delegates
    • Texas: 155 Delegates (proportional assigned) / Open Primary
    • Alabama: 50 Delegates (proportional assigned) / Open Primary
    • Tennessee: 58 Delegates (Winner Take All *If 50% of vote achieved, if not Proportional) / Open Primary
    • Vermont: 16 Delegates (Winner Take All *If 50% of vote achieved, if not Proportional) / Open Primary
    • Arkansas: 40 Delegates (proportional assigned) / Open Primary
    • Georgia: 76 Delegates (Proportional assigned) / Modified Primary (Independents and Republicans)
    • Massachusetts: 42 Delegates (Proportional Assigned) / Modified Primary (Independents and Republicans
    • North Carolina: 72 Delegates (Proportional Assigned) / Modified Primary (Independents and Republicans)
    • Oklahoma: 43 Delegates (Winner Take All) / Closed Primary (Republicans Only)
    • Virginia: 49 Delegates (Proportional Assigned) / Open Primary

    #6 – Louisiana Primary, Saturday March 5th 2016 : 46 Delegates (Proportional Assigned) / Closed Primary (Republican Only)

    #7 – Mini Tuesday: Tuesday March 8th – 130 Delegates
    • Michigan Primary: 59 Delegates (Proportional) / Closed Primary (Republicans Only)
    • Idaho: 32 Delegates (Caucus/Convention) / Closed
    • Mississippi: 39 Delegates (WTA, if Less than 50% Proportional) / Open Primary

    #8 – Puerto Rico, Sunday March 13th 2016: 23 Delegates (WTA, if less than 50% Proportional) / Open Primary

    #9 – GAME DAY: Tuesday March 15th – 234 Total Delegates
    • Florida: 99 Delegates (Winner Take All) / Closed Primary
    • Ohio: 66 Delegates (WTA, or if less than 50% Proportional) / Modified Primary (Independents and Republicans)
    Illinois: 69 Delegates (Proportional w/ Beauty Contest) / Open Primary




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  3. It’s true.
    It’s right.
    And…being right
    doesn’t necessarily mean winning.

    I say this because we were posting at the same time; see mine below.




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  4. Didn’t the romney machine do something really shitty to the “system” at the last RNC convention that made it hard for the others not leading ?? or something




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  5. Gotta admit, human frailties aside, Ted Cruz is a man of consistency, who knows what he believes, and thankfully, what he believes is not politically correct. Can’t you smell the fresh air?




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  6. I would love it if his politically incorrect consistency and “fresh air” would translate into votes/support in the Primaries.




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