Thursday, September 03, 2015

Conservative Outrage Over RNC Loyalty Oath!

Still leading.

How much of that donor's money been used for this "loyalty oath"?

Reince Priebus is getting tired of Donald Trump and insurgent candidates. He believes that Trump's influence on the Republican Party could damage its brand.

So in order to quarrel any attempts to go third party, Priebus is aiming to get the 17 candidates to sign a pledge to not "run third party". This is meant to stop Trump from running a third party.

The pledge reads:

I, _______, affirm that if I do not win the 2016 Republican nomination for President of the United States I will endorse the 2016 Republican presidential nominee, regardless of who it is.
I further pledge that I will not seek to run as an independent or write-in candidate nor will I seek to accept the nomination for president of any other party.

I mean who's to stop him?

Regardless of whether he signs it or not, I don't believe any Republican should sign it. I think they will cave to the party politics. Matter of fact, most candidates consider themselves as "outsiders" and the such.

So why do you want to kiss and make nice with the very insiders who look at your campaign as a joke?

I mean they really want Trump, Ben Carson, Carly Fiorina, Ted Cruz and Rand Paul out of the race.
Republican chief trying to squash Trump and Cruz before they become the nominee.
The party leaders hate them as candidates. They believe these clowns could make the party too extreme for independent voters.

The conservatives are outraged over this. They believe that this is an attempt to line up an establishment candidate.

Republicans are having a hot mess on them. The insurgent candidates are leading in the national polls. Trump, Carson, Fiorina and Cruz have lack of experience.

Trump is still the front runner despite his feuds. Everyone was writing him off during his ongoing feuds with NBC, Macy's, Mexico, John McCain, Lindsey Graham, Rick Perry, Rand Paul, Megyn Kelly, Jorge Ramos, Anthony Weiner and Rosie O'Donnell.

Many speculate that the Trump backlash has not affected his poll numbers. For you see, he's still in the lead and it's stomping the Republican insiders.

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