Donald Trump said he’s pro-life but that’s not good enough for some people…

 

Trump has given one of the most poignant arguments for the pro-life position –

One thing about me, I’m a very honorable guy. I’m pro-life, but I changed my view a number of years ago. One of the primary reasons I changed [was] a friend of mine’s wife was pregnant, and he didn’t really want the baby. He was crying as he was telling me the story. He ends up having the baby and the baby is the apple of his eye. It’s the greatest thing that’s ever happened to him. And you know here’s a baby that wasn’t going to be let into life. And I heard this, and some other stories, and I am pro-life.

After ignoring more recent statements (like the one above) establishment republicans and the media pulled out a decades-old, selectively edited interview to damage Trump in the eyes of conservatives.

This explains why far leftists now have right-wing company in their rabid hatred of Donald Trump.
Of course, that alone should be enough for conservatives to realize they’ve been played, however, many such people only parrot what they hear on FOX News, or the Mark Levin and Glenn Beck radio shows.

Folks, it should be pretty clear that these groups of propagandists and commentators are part of the media/political elite. They are terrified of Donald Trump because his candidacy may break up the party or leave them out of a job. After all, what would Mark Levin have to yell about each day if Donald and America were ‘winning?’ What would be the subject of his newest book?

OK…so now let’s talk Cruz…

Although I agree with Ted Cruz on most issues, I don’t think he is a good negotiator. There is something very ‘Clarence Darrow’ and lawyerly in a ‘case closed’ sort of way in his delivery. Honestly, it’s quite off-putting. Would he make a GREAT Attorney General? Absolutely. Presidential material? No. I really don’t think so. And I doubt he could win a general election, plus he is not well liked on Capitol Hill.
Sorry, but that’s the truth.

Finally, conservatives need to ask themselves if they think those who hold high office should be subjected to a religious test. Of course, the Founders warned against such activity, but many conservatives insist on electing a Christian whose faith is a mirror image of their own.

Weren’t these same people just complaining about atheistic liberals demanding the same of Christians appointed to government positions?

Again…the far left is joining accusatory hands with the far right. And satan, the ultimate accuser, stands grinning behind this new, unholy alliance.

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