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If you can’t tell by now with my political posts I’m going to spell it out fully. I firmly support Donald J. Trump for President of the United States. I cast my first vote for him during the Iowa caucus.

I am a County, District, and State delegate. I ran for election as an Alternate National Delegate during the District convention. If the opportunity arises at the State convention next month in May, I will again place myself in nomination for the position.

Donald Trump has what it takes to beat the Clinton political machine. I don’t think Ted Cruz has that ability. It would be a very tough fight for him. And after 8 years of Obama, I don’t want to take that chance.

Donald Trump’s ideas on foreign policy are right on. The United States shouldn’t be bending over backwards to appease any other power on Earth. Our military needs to be 2nd to none. And ready to defend our nation at a moments notice. He will bring back the Peace through Superior Firepower motto. And we must be a sovereign nation, with boarders that cannot be crossed illegally by anyone or by any means.

I will admit, like other conservatives who support Donald Trump, that his stances on some social issues are not as desirable as I would like them. But Ted Cruz isn’t going to fight the Supreme Court on same-sex marriage. He has stated over and over again that he believes such issues are up to the states or the Supreme Court to decide. He talks the lawyer speak to make it sound like he is going to defend social issues. Don’t believe it for a minute.

One of the greatest strengths for Donald Trump is that he is coach-able. Although he would make the decisions as he should being the Commander-in-Chief. He does listen to and take advise from others. Where as Ted Cruz is a one-man show. As clearly demonstrated with his failed so-called deal with John Kasich.

It Donald Trump a Christian? Sure he is, just like a lot of Christians in this country. They go to church on Sunday and think that is all it takes. But I don’t think he is truly a born-again believer. It doesn’t show in his actions and words. He would not be the first President to be such and certainly wont be the last either. We are not a Theocracy after all. Donald behaves as I expect from a non-believer.

Ted Cruz professes to be a born-again believer. But he too behaves as a non-believer would behave. And since he claims to be a believer, I hold him to that higher standard and he fails to reach it. As for the Cruz supporters, some are just hoodwinked. Others who profess to be believers as well, show no signs of it either. They talk of their righteousness like the Pharisees of old.

As with all the candidates in this election cycle. I don’t agree with any one of them 100% of the time. After all I’m not running for President. But Donald Trump has more positives than negatives. And is the best candidate who can defeat Hillary Clinton in November.

So when June comes around and the RNC has it’s National Convention. They delegates there will choose the GOP Nominee. I pray that it is Donald Trump. But unlike those cultists that follow Cruz. I will support the nominee, even if it is not Donald Trump.

The GOP must win the White House in November. Every vote counts. If you don’t believe that look at the 2012 presidential vote where certain members of the GOP stayed home because they did not want to vote for a Mormon who created RomneyCare.

Instead of being #NeverTrump become #NeverHillary. United the GOP can save our nation from the fate that awaits it if Hillary Clinton becomes President.

Author: bynw

Chris aka "bynw" is the site owner and primary post author. A life-long conservative Constitutionalist when it comes to politics. A believer and follower of Jesus Christ. A Linux enthusiast. And a gamer.