Gary Varvel for July 22, 2016

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    1941gko  almost 7 years ago

    As if he ever had a chance in ’20!

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    Mr. Blawt  almost 7 years ago

    Is that the pledge Trump wouldn’t even sign? I guess you know how good Cruz’s word is, aren’t you glad he’s not your nominee? I mean, Trump is more dishonest that Cruz, but at least you know he wouldn’t even sign the Pledge in the first place, so that is one promise he would not have gone back on. Not like “Lyin’ Ted”

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    DukeOfURL Premium Member almost 7 years ago

    You mean that support-the-winner pledge Donald reneged on?

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    kline0800  almost 7 years ago

    When there were 17 GOP candidates, I liked, first Carson, then he dropped out and I liked Ted Cruz.-But this petty ploy of accepting winner Trump’s generous offer for prime-time speech, and then sore-loser-style openly and in-your-face and opposing the majority of the GOP delegates, refusal to endorse… doubt his idea of a political set-up for a run in 2020 and America’s needs be darned, I am now as long as God leaves me here, a NEVER CRUZ voter.-He broke his promise at the beginning of the primary to support the GOP winner; and it was obviously NOT for “principle” it was for spite for personal objection to 2 slights (that Trump clearly ought not to have said), and with no hint of Christian forgiveness for a new GOP leader who has good ideas to overcome the decades of errors done by the Establishment GOP who thought they were Lords and tolerated no upstarts! Lots of us, myself included, were disgusted by the GOP leadership, especially the way they bullied elected Tea Party winners of seats in Congress.Payback Time, and Hillary and the socialist left benefits by the mulish stances of the disciplined Establishment GOP.

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    Dtroutma  almost 7 years ago

    The most hated man in the Senate, even by his own party, fails to endorse the man who should be the most hated ever to run on any party’s ticket for President. Lies and hyper-inflated ego, no, not “el Duce”, “Ill Douche” has the Republican nomination.

    Flushing all morality and common sense from the American “body politic” is indeed Trump’s forte.

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    superposition  almost 7 years ago

    “The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place. "– George Bernard Shaw

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    Dtroutma  almost 7 years ago

    If Pence should take office as VP, they need to make him recite Article VI of the Constitution as part of his oath, specifically.

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    kurt.zwicky  almost 7 years ago

    Why bring religion into this? The man has morals and principles, and stands by them. One of a few republicans I can respect…..

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    DrDon1  almost 7 years ago

    Unlike Carson, Christie, McConnell, and Ryan, Sen. Cruz DIDN’T kiss Trump on all four cheeks!

    Too bad that Varvel didn’t acknowledge this.

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