Mar 272015
 
JebBushOhBrother

Based upon Senator Ted Cruz not meeting the U.S. Constitutional qualification of “natural born citizen” to ascend to the office of U.S. President, many Americans who support traditional, patriotic and Constitutional America will not vote for him in the GOP nomination election process. Or, if he should perchance win that contest, they will not vote for him in the general 2016 presidential election. In addition, the Cruz presence as a Republican candidate, along with his supporters’ nomination votes, will (tragically) result in splitting the Conservative Republican nomination cumulative vote, thus likely handing the 2016 Republican nomination to progressive (aka liberal) Jeb Bush.

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Pic of progressive (aka liberal) Jeb Bush. Recent U.S. election nomination process history is fairly easy to intellectually understand. When a plurality of conservative candidates all vie for the same nomination, the total vote is splintered, resulting in the non-conservative, edging out the others, thus capturing the nomination. Note the related link (below) of Michigan Governor, Rick Synder. Pic source: EndJeb2016.com

Please note the following excerpt from Less Gov is the Best Gov:”

Ted Cruz Decides to Run for President – Two Constitutional Wrongs don’t make the Texas Senator’s Presidential Aspirations Right – lessgovisthebestgov.com/

Excerpt:

“……….I have heard the argument that anyone who opposes Ted Cruz based on the fact that his father was not an American citizen at the time of Ted’s birth is buying into a liberal’s agenda.  Actually that is not true. It is quite the opposite.

Progressives in the Republican Party are actually quite happy that Ted Cruz has thrown his political hat into the ring because he will only serve to split the conservative vote and allow their guy, Jeb Bush to get the Republican nomination in 2016………”

Related to the above:

Progressive Rick Snyder squeeks by in Michigan – freadomnation.blogspot.com

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Pic of progressive (aka liberal) Michigan Governor Rick Snyder (second from left to right). He was nominated for the 2010 GOP candidate because the other (plurality) of candidates split the Republican vote. Pic source: Poll: Michigan Republican Primary for Governor – https://friskaliberal.wordpress.com/2010/04/28/poll-michigan-republican-primary-for-governor/

Excerpt:

“A few days ago I told my wife I’m having trouble deciding between Pete Hoekstra and Mike Cox in the Republican Primary. Then I told her I bet other conservatives feel the same way, and this scares me. If the conservative vote is split, it might open the door for a moderate republican to squeak by a win.

Well, guess what has happened. The conservative GOP vote split, with 27% for Hoekstra, and 23% for Cox. Snyder won with only 37% of the vote.

What this means is that 50% of republicans in Michigan are conservative, and only 37% are moderate. That’s the good news. The bad news is that because conservatives couldn’t unite behind one candidate, yet another McCain progressive, moderate, centrist, republican is the nominee……..” – http://freadomnation.blogspot.com/2010/08/progressive-rick-snyder-squeeks-by-in.html

More informational links related to the above:

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“A thinking person will question what he hears; examine what he sees; and evaluate what others would have him believe.”

“When did big government and its mainstream media tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?”

[Pastor emeritus Nathan M. Bickel] 

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Contacting Congress – A Citizen’s Congressional Directory — CALL YOUR CONGRESSMAN 
http://www.contactingthecongress.org/

2014 SENATE ELECTIONS – The Battle For Capital Hill — http://www.electionprojection.com/2014-elections/2014-senate-elections.php

Posted by:

Pastor emeritus Nathan M. Bickel

www.moralmatters.org

www.thechristianmessage.org

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Featured pic source of the two Bush brothers:

http://i.ytimg.com/vi/WZbI9iJ4mS8/0.jpg

 

  5 Responses to “Ted Cruz: A Jeb Bush Ticket To The White House”

  1. Don’t buy it- that’s the same way they said Reagan couldn’t win!

  2. Until the republicans start putting AMERICA 1st,2nd,& 3rd……. and tell that FOREIGN Welfare State Israel to take a hike ……….. they can forget it.
    Do you think I will vote for TRAITORS?!

    Why are “our” politicians always dashing over to Israel ? To collect their BRIBES………..

    • William –

      Please re-submit your whole comment with appropriate paragraph sections.

      Please don’t consider this response a condemnation. My response (here) is designed to encourage comment responses to be more widely read, rather than ignored because they appear so crowded, cluttered and / or, show up in all (obnoxious) Caps.

  3. Why is Cruz being considered for president? He isn’t even a natural born American, which disqualifies him. But since the corporations controls all aspects of these fraudulent elections, anything goes.

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