Primary US Haban never been a game of alliances
“No unites love, but fear.” It seems unlikely that Ted Cruz and John Kasich Jorge Luis Borges know. But last night both became stars of the sentence of Argentine writer who died in 1986. For Ted Cruz and John Kasich have signed an agreement to try to prevent the nomination of Donald Trump as a Republican candidate.
is something historical, because US primary Haban never been a game of alliances , but an ‘all against all’. Now, that changes. Kasich will not make campaign in the state of Indiana, which holds its primary on May 3, and where the few existing surveys put Trump slightly ahead of Cruz. In exchange, not compete for Oregn Cruz, where Trump takes a clear plus- and New Mexico, who vote on June 7.
The agreement, announced by both campaigns, is ‘unnatural’ Cruz had steadfastly refused so far to speak Kasich a candidate who blamed the advantage of Trump to play down votes . As well, the agreement is a clear sign that the team Cruz considered to have lost the primary.
Kasich, meanwhile, has nothing to lose. It has only won one state, and a rule that was created in 2012 by the Republican Party to precisely favor Mitt Romney over rival Ron Paul states that to be nominated candidate for president a candidate must have earned at least 8 primary .
There is, besides, the question of to what extent voters Kasich, who are less conservative than those of Cruz, will vote for a candidate who opposes abortion in all cases including rapes he wants return to pattern-gold, and has not been able to achieve their votes beyond evanglico Protestant Christian electorate. And, by the same token, no one can imagine how a voter Cruz will go Kasich. Finally, this union destroys any argument Cruz to stand as a different candidate , and not as a member of the ‘apparatus’ Republican.
As tuite last night Trump: “Ted ‘liar’ and estn Kasich mathematically dead and totally desperate”