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Jul242016

“ET TU, TED CRUZ?” - GOP BETRAYAL AT CLEVELAND 2016

Ted Cruz pulled the ultimate betrayal move on the modern political stage, with his refusal to endorse GOP candidate Donald Trump, the psychotic insistence on stabbing in the back the GOP candidate while speaking at the GOP convention in Cleveland, Cruz delivered the non-endorsement in a prime time speech.... it backfired, Cruz committed political suicide.

Shakespeare has a play about betrayal entitled Julius Caesar..... it is about foiled political alliances. In the play, Cassius thinks he can entice Brutus to join the conspirators against Caesar in a move for personal glory. Brutus was interested in self-gain, that was the motivation for taking down Caesar. Evidently, Cruz' interest was to destroy his own personal glory and become political nuclear waste, when he said Republicans should “vote your conscience” for candidates “up and down the ticket.”

There is something wrong with Ted Cruz....really. No one respects political figures anymore anyway, but Cruz added fuel to the burning fire of distrust by declaring himself a traitor to his own party. Cruz stood among the GOP candidates in the crowded Republican field last year and took a televised pledge to support the candidate who became the nominee of the Republican Party.

Cassius states, "Men at some time are masters of their fates. The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars,But in ourselves that we are underlings. 'Brutus' and 'Caesar'—what should be in that 'Caesar'? Why should that name be sounded more than yours?" Yes, Teddy..... the sound that disrupted your soul is the sound of the GOP nominee Trump, who knocked you off your political high horse and revealed the schism in the Republican party, when no one in the Senate or House came to your rallies to endorse you -- your prickly personality had already alienated the major GOP party political figures.

Cruz, your political life is now dead in the wind.

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