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All this spit and argue amongst Texans is for naught. This is a Republican state and has been for awhile. When Midland County votes Democratic, then you will have something to argue about. If the Congress continues its present course of discourse, there may be no concern at all for the loss of gun rights regardless of who is sitting in the wh. It would require Congress to act, and they have ground to a halt, the mortar has cured, and nothing is likely to change that in the foreseeable future.
Everyone sort of knew where they stood with Cruz. You might not like his take on things, but he was unwavering in his positions. Trump on the other hand is nothing short of an opportunistic entertainer who has little in-depth knowledge of the needs of the nation but has managed to say just the right things to his target audience. Those talking points ingratiate middle aged white guys without college experience. Otherwise, he has managed to offend, well, just about everyone else....Women, Blacks, Hispanics, Muslims, Jews, anyone with a graduate degree----what a mess. I'd suggest that the Republicans still standing should try to find a way to influence the upcoming Democratic platform. It may be the last time for awhile that they can weild any form of influence. And if there is concern about a SCOTUS packed with Liberals, remember that is was the Republican Senate who was adament about not even hearing one submission, even though the one offered was by most accounts pretty moderate in his views. The old guard Republicans have done this to themselves.