Ben Carson said Ted Cruz used foul play in Iowa.
Campaign time is often squandered by candidates who try to convince voters that, if elected as the GOP nominee for president, he or she will be the smartest, most trustworthy, faithful, honest, experienced conservative, and that he or she will be the one who prevents Hillary Clinton from becoming our next president.
By informing voters other contenders are liars, deceivers and flip-floppers, they cleverly avoid outlining their own plans on how they will make America great again, but GOP speeches also often include the words “We live in the greatest country on earth.”
They attempt to prove the other candidates are not conservative enough, untrustworthy, non-productive, inexperienced, deceitful, non-religious, and unfaithful, and should not be elected as the GOP nominee for president of the United States.
Each losing candidate later declares to the media they will be firmly loyal to any of the elected unqualified nominees and will work hard to help one of them become the future leader of the greatest country on Earth.
Voters, we have the world in our hands.
Helen Condit, Fresno