If you, like me, have enjoyed watching the GOP and the Main-Stream-Media squirm during this season’s POTUS primary, then you have enjoyed the Trump/Cruz phenomena. It’s kinda uncomfortable watching them now tear each other apart. Laura Ingraham came up with this solution to finally drive a steak through the heart of the GOP. What do you think?
Of all the words of tongue and pen, perhaps the saddest are these: It might have been.
Talk radio host Laura Ingraham on Thursday mourned the brutal primary battle between Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, wishing the two Republican front-runners had instead concentrated their fire on a common enemy.
“I had this idealistic vision, that Trump and Ted would work together until the establishment was truly killed off,” said Ingraham. “And so neither one would attack one another and it would be détente. It would be like China and the United States working together in the 1970s until the Soviet Union collapsed.”
Ingraham made the comments in an interview with Rafael Cruz, the Cuban-American father of Ted Cruz and a critical part of his son’s campaign efforts in evangelical-heavy Iowa. The elder Cruz, a powerful advocate in his own right for the Christian faith, is the author of the just-released book, “A Time for Action: Empowering the Faithful to Reclaim America,” published by WND Books.
“I’m not saying who’s the Soviet Union and who’s the United States in that comparison,” Ingraham joked. “I wanted them both to work together, but no one listens to me. I wanted the establishment to be killed off.”
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