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OpEdNews Op Eds    H3'ed 10/23/16

Never Ryan? Never McCain?

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Message Scott Galindez

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Paul Ryan and Donald Trump.
Paul Ryan and Donald Trump.
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Psssssst ... Hey, Trump supporters, the Never Trumpers have abandoned you. They are doing everything they can to stop your guy. I just have to ask, why should you remain loyal to them? Let's face it, they have ruined any chance your guy had to become president. Why don't you send them a message? Don't vote in the down-ballot races, and let them pay a price for their decision.

Okay, you're right: I have no sympathy for Donald Trump and I think he ruined his own campaign. I don't believe he believes any of his populist message. I think he is using your anger and desire for change. He says what he knows you want to hear. If you really want change and want to reform our politics, then throw the bums out! Here is a list of just the GOP members of Congress who are not voting a straight party line.

Paul Ryan said he will no longer have Trump's back. So don't have his back. Don't vote for him.

Ileana Ros-Lehtinen said she will write Jeb Bush's name in on the ballot in November. So you should write in someone else's name in her Congressional race.

Charlie Dent, a moderate Republican who represents southeastern Pennsylvania, said he doesn't intend to vote for Trump or Clinton. "I'm not planning to vote for either of the two major-party nominees." Vote third party in his race too.

Adam Kinzinger, who criticized Ted Cruz for not endorsing Trump at the convention in Cleveland, is now saying he can't vote for Trump. You shouldn't vote for Kinzinger either.

Mike Coffman said, "For the good of the country, and to give the Republicans a chance of defeating Hillary Clinton, Mr. Trump should step aside." Give him his walking papers.

Bob Dold said, "Whether it be Mr. Trump's comments about women, his comments about Muslims, his comments about Latinos, for me it was very personal his comments about POWs.... I want to make [sure] that I'm clear about this, I'm not going to support Hillary Clinton either. I would write someone in." Well, so should you in his Congressional race.

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