>> 46-44 is a statistical tie, with 10% still outstanding. He very much could win.
Not according to the most current polls I’ve been seeing. Rudy doesn’t have a chance against Hillary.
If he really cared about conservatism, he’d drop out. But of course, he doesn’t care, since he is actually a liberal.<<
No, sorry. All polls are showing that he’s the strongest Republican candidate against Hillary. Using your logic, then every Republican would have to drop out.
If you really cared about conservatism, you’d at least be open to supporting the candidate most likely to defeat HC, instead of just ruling someone out who wasn’t perfect. At least let’s agree to support whoever we want in the primary and support whoever wins. My God, don’t consign this country to that woman for 8 years ...
I would rather put up with Hitlary for 4 years then rip the prolife plank out of the republican platform by electing Rino Rudy. IF he I nominated I am going thired party.
But as I said, the most current polls show that Hillary is beating him. It's only going to be worse if he gets the nomination. Better for him to bow out and throw his support to a more conservative candidate.
If you really cared about conservatism, youd at least be open to supporting the candidate most likely to defeat HC
Nope, sorry - can't support a candidate who doesn't see anything wrong with the legalized murder of 1 million babies a year and who wants taxpayer funding of same.
If YOU really cared about conservatism, you'd stop trying to foist a liberal on us and get behind a more conservative candidate.