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Ted Cruz: 'There's no good reason for Kasich to stay in the race...'
Sorry Ohio, but it seems that nobody likes Kasich. Maybe it's the karate chopping. Maybe it's the baby-bird hairdo. Maybe it's because he's a RINO. Whatever the case, he doesn't stand a chance of earning enough delegates to secure the nomination. It's is mathematically impossible.
It is a two man race to the White House at this point. Ted Cruz explains it here. Trigger-warning to Trump-supporters: because Trump is his opponent, he talks about Trump as an opponent.
During a nationally televised appearance before a raucous, at-capacity crowd at Arizona Christian University, Cruz criticized Ohio Gov. John Kasich for staying in the Republican race and continuing to split the anti-Trump vote. Kasich has won just one state this primary season: his home state.
Cruz said that while Trump has done well in early Arizona voting, his campaign is surging in the state now. He also suggested that he is picking up support from former backers of Marco Rubio, the U.S. senator from Florida who exited the race on Tuesday after losing his home state to Trump.
"There's no good reason (for Kasich to stay in the race)," Cruz said during a question-and-answer session with conservative TV and radio commentator Sean Hannity that was carried live on the Fox News Channel. "He is essentially the spoiler. A vote for John Kasich is a vote for Donald Trump."
Okay, so if there are Trump-supporters still reading this, let's unite behind one idea: Kasich is a moron who shouldn't be in this race. If you're a Trump-supporter, can we agree it would be grand to see Cruz and Trump have it out one on one? We would have a better idea where the party stands, at least. Does the GOP want populism, headed by a man with a brash attitude? Or does it favor conservatism, headed by a man hated by the establishment in Washington? (Read: The REAL 'Establishment': John Boehner Calls Ted Cruz 'Lucifer.')
The Arizona and Utah primaries are this Tuesday, and it remains to be seen if Kasich is going to remain a spoiler. Whatever the outcome, he will remain an annoyance. Sorry Ohio.
Which seems to be the only reason why he's still here. To annoy, to throw wrenches and karate chops. To talk about mail men. GO AWAY JOHN KASICH!
Ted Cruz was kind enough to come on the show a little while back. Donald Trump is always welcome, Trump-fans. He just hasn't taken us up on it.