What Eric is forgetting is that Christians need to put their faith in Jesus Christ ALONE, not in a man. And be ready to rethink the situation if the man who you thought was following Christ becomes obviously a liar, then to not consider yourself untrue to the “cross” for adjusting your support.
I really liked Cruz, I thought that I could finally be behind someone who thought like me, but, he does not. I do not like liars. I am not a person who believes that the end justifies the means, I think Ted Cruz is dumping morality in the effort to win.
There is a lot to like about Cruz but he has hidden it very effectively the last couple of months and showed that he will do anything to get elected, I understand it but don’t like it.
I was not a Trump supporter, I have not sent him any money like I did Cruz but I have seen the handwriting on the wall, Trump will be the nominee and I appreciate the fact that he appears to be open and honest. He speaks openly about his mistakes, he speaks openly about those things about him that I really dislike, BUT, he puts his goals up in an order that somewhat conforms to what I want. 1st, close the borders, 2nd get rid of the illegals, 3rd fix business taxes, 4th stop supporting the rest of the world. After that I’m perhaps not quite so much in agreement with him. If he does even a couple of the first 4 things on his list he will have been a great president.
People don’t understand that there is really no such thing as a business tax, people who buy goods and services from business pay the business tax in the form of higher prices, and what that does is price us out of the global market and force companies to go over seas for profitability. Our progressive belief in supplying bread and circuses by taxing business have caused us to send our manufacturing out of the country, we did it to ourselves. Only a business man would really understand how bad business taxes hurt the US economy, Trump is a business man.