Monday, May 2, 2016

Not Exactly a Broad Base of Support

Ted Cruz,  in his outsider’s bid for the White House, has depended heavily on the largesse of just three wealthy donors to establish credibility and stay afloat amid a chaotic nominating process that killed off most of his rivals.
Shouldn't "outsider's" be in quotation marks? Cruz may have gone against mainstream Republicans at times, but that doesn't make him an outsider. At best, it might make him a maverick, but we had that before (and lost).

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