I like Caroline Glick, but I'm not sure if that linked matched up with the subject. Here is an older piece:http://www.jpost.com/Opinion/Our-World-Ted-Cruzs-American-restoration-442831
"Iím not going to speculate now only because you all know the situation may change by this afternoon, let alone between now and the convention.Ē Scott Walker, free the delegates
- True, but DT is mostly likely to gradually improve (slightly) as a candidate between now and the election.
"several hundred GOP delegates are planning a revolt against Trump, and to select a unifying candidate who can actually defeat Hillary Clinton."
- No such thing (unifying candidate who can actually defeat Hillary Clinton) under these circumstances to persuade the 30-40% who prefer Trump to get behind a different guy who did not win in the primary process.
"Whatever happens, Ted Cruz is quite simply the most amazing leader the Republican Party has produced since Reagan as far as im concerned"
- Cruz is more conservative than Reagan but as a leader: he failed to bring any Senators with him to the right (Mike Lee was already there), he failed to consolidate the primary vote on the right losing perhaps half of it to Trump, and failed to even try to reach out at all to the center and pull them to the right. It turned out the other way around, the center started reaching out to him as the last alternative to Trump and he failed to woo more from the center than Trump or to successfully 'prosecute' Trump's candidacy, like Christy did to Rubio, when it came down to the Trump-Cruz head to head. The final straw was Indiana. Trump was wrong on the economic case he was making there. Cruz had organization, plenty of money, a limited market size, a conservative state, and the head to head matchup that he sought for so long and could not, did not, make the case. Now we go forward trying to defeat Hillary and the left stuck using the wrong economic arguments. We would have better off without Ted Cruz in the race and without him in the race next time too. He was part of what choked out support for others who might have gone further, IMHO.