JOHN McCAIN’S LAST WAR

War is tough, Senator John McCain knows first hand how tough it was in Viet Nam; a prisoner in the Hanoi Hilton for a half dozen years. But now McCain is fighting a different kind of war, not one for his life, but for his political life. McCain, a natural born RINO, is being challenged from within the Republican Party and from the outside too. McCain’s tepid endorsement of Trump has given an opponent from the other side the ammunition needed to bring him down. Also, challengers have arose in the Party itself.

One of his opponents, Alex Meluskey, a businessman cited an internal campaign poll showing most respondents would be more likely to vote for a businessman who never ran for office over a career politician.

McCain also is facing opposition from Kelli Ward, a doctor who resigned her state Senate seat last year to run full time for the U.S. Senate, she is pushing a campaign theme of “bold, fresh and fearless,” to contrast McCain’s status as a longtime Washington insider.

The Republican primary is Aug. 30, just one day after McCain turns 80.

TRUMP’S ONE STEP CLOSER TO THE NOMINATION – “LYING TED IS NOT ELIGIBLE”

Mr. Trump secured the 58 – winner take all – votes in Arizona, once again showing the resilience of his formidable campaign. Cruz won Utah with the help of Mitt the turncoat Romney, who lobbied on Cruz’s behalf in the Mormon State; this was no surprise. As the board now stands, Trump is closer to securing the nomination as he piles up delegates and increases his lead over Cruz. Kasich is far behind, with no chance to bring home the top prize. So expect some sort of deal, it is inevitable, between the Kasich and Trump.  However, read the following paragraph in order to ascertain the eligibility or non-eligibility of CRUZ. trumpbillboard3TRUMP

No person except a natural born citizen, or a citizen of the United States, at the time of the adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the office of President; neither shall any person be eligible to that office who shall not have attained to the age of thirty-five years, and been fourteen years a resident . To us the preceding eligibility requirements are crystal clear. Note, where it says “or a citizen of the United States, as the time of the adoption of this Constitution”, this clearly implies that one seeking the highest office in the Land must be today a Natural Born Citizen which conclusively means, “BORN IN THE UNITED STATES.” This must be litigated because according to the Constitution Ted Cruz is NOT ELIGIBLE. There is no two ways about it.