Who Trey Gowdy May Endorse For President May Change Your Opinion of Him

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Is it good for Gowdy to endorse? It is certainly interesting. At least it was a “conservative” candidate in the field. You’ll notice he waited until his home state candidate, Lindsey Graham, dropped out of the race.

Rubio has certainly made some mistakes along the way, but he is far from the worst candidate in the field.

The jury is still out for me on who I want to endorse. Though I must say I am greatly enjoying Trump and think a Trump/Cruz ticket might be pretty solid.

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Trey-Gowdy

Townhall has confirmed rumors that Rep. Trey Gowdy — widely admired as a principled fighter among many grassroots conservatives — will join Sen. Marco Rubio on the campaign trail in Iowa next week.

It’s an endorsement.

This is a good get for Team Rubio.  Gowdy is well regarded by the base, elements of which practically begged him to run for Speaker of the House.  But we’re in the midst of an unique campaign cycle in which traditional political rules don’t seem to apply — so will this have an impact, either in Iowa, or in Gowdy’s native South Carolina?  Stay tuned. At the very least, Rubio must be pleased to have secured the conservative Congressman’s backing, and to have boxed out his presidential competitors for Gowdy’s semi-splashy, potentially-impactful endorsement.

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Here is my only remark: NO RINOs!! I don’t want to have to pinch my nose yet again to vote for President. Let’s get a non-RINO for once. Bush and Christie have got to go! Kasich doesn’t seem much better, and at times I wonder about Carson’s conservatism.

But I will say this, any of them will certainly be better than Hillary – No question about it.

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Jay Taylor is Senior Vice President of Political Strategy at Liberty Alliance and a graduate of West Virginia University with an MBA and Computer Engineering degrees. Jay oversees the popular websites Conservative Byte and Patriot Update.

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