get in line. gop people tell the truth about Trump

So, what does #nevertrump mean? This!
Much to my deep chagrin (& astonishment ~8 months ago), for the 1st time in my life, I will not support the GOP nominee for president.

– Guy Benson (@guypbenson) May 3, 2016 #NeverTrump means…never. The mission of distinguishing him from Republican positions and conservative values remains critical.

– Rory Cooper (@rorycooper) May 3, 2016 It’s even more important now https://t.co/Ku48QuQpn3

– Tucker Martin (@jtuckermartin) May 3, 2016 Reporters writing about the “Stop Trump” effort get it wrong. It’s “Never Trump” as in come hell or high water we will never vote for Trump

– Erick Erickson (@EWErickson) May 3, 2016 #ImWithHer

– Ben Howe (@BenHowe) May 3, 2016 Under no circumstances. https://t.co/6yS3fxGsMT

– Stephen Hayes (@stephenfhayes) May 3, 2016 For the thick-headed: #NeverTrump means never ever ever ever ever under any circumstances as long as I have breath never Trump. Get it?

– Tony Fratto (@TonyFratto) May 3, 2016 Reporters keep asking if Indiana changes anything for me. The answer is simple: No. This from Febr. still holds: https://t.co/yUNSZTHW7E

– Ben Sasse (@BenSasse) May 4, 2016 Donald Trump is not equipped to be president, period. That doesn’t change just because Hillary Clinton also isn’t equipped.

– Ian Tuttle (@iptuttle) May 4, 2016 not voting for trump will be the easiest non-vote of my life.

– David Harsanyi (@davidharsanyi) May 3, 2016 Really? #NeverTrump . Pretty easy. https://t.co/zjvtWb0jUB

– Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) May 3, 2016 Apparently @se’cup’p has a #NeverTrump list to see who keeps their word to the end. You can sign my name in blood.

– Steve Deace (@SteveDeaceShow) May 3, 2016 Trump not nominee until he hits 1237. Time for plan C for #NeverTrump : Offer to make Trump an actual billionaire if he drops out.Might work!

– Jamie Weinstein (@Jamie_Weinstein) May 4, 2016 For the first time since turning 18, I will not vote for the Republican candidate for President.

– Dan McLaughlin (@baseballcrank) May 4, 2016 I have officially de-registered as a Republican. pic.twitter.com/DjRI21Oyvx

– Philip Klein (@philipaklein) May 4, 2016 Right behind you https://t.co/K4UAHl6IMK

– Steve Deace (@SteveDeaceShow) May 4, 2016 pic.twitter.com/L0hQvfBSvS

– Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) May 4, 2016

Cruz cancels his campaign

Tonight (May 3, 2016) Ted Cruz has canceled his campaign for President of the United States. The numbers were not in the cards for the Texas senator.
I don’t need to tell you this but: Indiana was a crucial opportunity for Cruz to stop Trump from reaching the 1,237 number of delegates needed to secure the Republican nomination before the convention this summer.
Nearly half of Indiana GOP primary voters made up their minds over a month ago about who they would vote for, according to preliminary exit polls, and they voted for Trump over Cruz by more than 2-1. Cruz ended his campaign tonight May 3, 2016 by stating that although his campaign is done his championing conservative causes isn’t.

3 May, 2016 16:12

Today’s Birthdays: Movie historian and TV host Robert Osborne is 84. Actor Alex Cord is 83. Singer Frankie Valli is 82. Sports announcer Greg Gumbel is 70. Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., is 67. Pop singer Mary Hopkin is 66. Singer Christopher Cross is 65. Country musician Cactus Moser (Highway 101) is 59. Rock musician David Ball (Soft Cell) is 57. Sen. David Vitter, R-La., is 55. Country singer Shane Minor is 48. Actress Amy Ryan is 48. Actor Bobby Cannavale (ka-nuh-VAL’-ee) is 46. Music and film producer-actor Damon Dash is 45. Country musician John Driskell Hopkins (Zac Brown Band) is 45. Country-rock musician John Neff (Drive-By Truckers) is 45. Country singer Brad Martin is 43. TV personality Willie Geist (TV: “Today”) is 41. Actress Christina Hendricks is 41. Actor Dule (doo-LAY’) Hill is 41. Country singer Eric Church is 39. Actress Tanya Wright (TV: “Orange is the New Black”) is 38. Dancer Cheryl Burke is 32. Soul singer Michael Kiwanuka is 29. Actress Jill Berard is 26. Actress Zoe De Grand Maison (TV: “Orphan Black”) is 21.

Trump is the GOP winner

Trump won Indiana and perhaps also won the nomination.
Trump has scooped up his 28th win in a state or primary contest tonight, delivering a blow to the Ted Cruz campaign and the anti-Trump movement.
I don’t need to tell you this but: Indiana was an crucial opportunity for Cruz to stop Trump from reaching the 1,237 number of delegates needed to secure the Republican nomination before the convention this summer.
Nearly half of Indiana GOP primary voters made up their minds over a month ago about who they would vote for, according to preliminary exit polls, and they voted for Trump over Cruz by more than 2-1. Cruz ended his campaign tonight May 3, 2016.

3 May, 2016 16:49

I cannot wait for ‘Person of Interest’ tonight at 10:00 pm.
This is what it says.
Person of Interest, Reese and Finch try to save the Machine’s source code before it deteriorates; Root struggles to survive an onslaught of Samaritan’s agents; Fusco faces tough questions following the deaths of Dominic and Elias. duration One hour. This program is rated, TV14, strong language, violent situations, Why do I like this show? Perhaps this quote from the New York Times,
The most crucial element of the show’s success remains the same: Mr. Emerson’s tremendously appealing, oddly moving performance as Finch, the programming genius who is uncomfortable in every situation but always rises to the occasion. As the new season opens Mr. Emerson has to play a number of very emotional scenes with a computer monitor, carrying on passionate conversations with the blinking cursor. Not one moment of this will tempt you to laugh (in fact, you might have to blink back a tear), and that’s a bit of magic as impressive as any string of computer code..

cathlic woman says she was fired

A Catholic woman fired from her job at a bottled water company led by a Nevada lawmaker has filed a federal lawsuit against the business, alleging she was pressured to watch videos on Scientology and was denied pay raises because of her religious beliefs, reports the AP.
Grecia Echevarria-Hernandez filed a discrimination lawsuit April 26 against Las Vegas-based Real Alkalized Water.
According to her lawsuit the company fired her because she didn’t want to believe in Scientology. They even withheld pay raises according to the suit.
“Plaintiff felt alienated by all of the other employees because they all held the same religious beliefs, and clearly did not approve of her choice to not participate,” the complaint said.
Echevarria-Hernandez said that she wasn’t previously written up for poor performance, but her supervisor wrote three reports on Oct. 8, 2015, alleging she wasn’t fulfilling her job duties. Another person fired her the next day.
“The termination was not based on deficient job performance as defendant claims,” the lawsuit says. “In reality, defendant sought a reason to terminate an employee with differing religious views.
Echevarria-Hernandez alleges her treatment constituted discrimination, retaliation and an unlawful employment practice under the federal Civil Rights Act, and also violated Nevada law. She’s seeking compensation for past and future lost income and benefits, unspecified damages for emotional distress, and punitive damages.