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After several discussions with my boyfriend about his support for Sen. Rubio fading to have Mr. Donald Trump earn his support, together we agree with the following commentary opinions.

For those whom wonder what "Establishment" within the GOP or DNC would mean, below the Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines:

Definition of establishment

  1. 1 : something established: as a : a settled arrangement; especially : a code of laws b : established church c : a permanent civil or military organization d : a place of business or residence with its furnishings and staff e : a public or private institution

  2. 2 : an established order of society: as a often capitalized : a group of social, economic, and political leaders who form a ruling class (as of a nation) b often capitalized : a controlling group <the literary establishment>

  3. 3 a : the act of establishing b : the state of being established

By the definition of the term "Establishment" for the DNC & GOP would reference all previously elected officials, and those whom continue to vigilantly support/defend said groups/individuals.

When Sen. Cruz supporters attack Milania Trump because of her career choices those individuals only assist the DNC view of a war on women, within the GOP.

Mr. Donald Trump showing off his businesses and products still available counteracts the claims made by another establishment figure head, known as former Gov. Mitt Romney.

Most likely Mr. Trump would not have paraded the products during his speech on 8 March 2016 had Romney, not made the attacks.

Who has the right to judge another individual's personal choices, without any stains of their own?

It should not take a head injury, to figure this out.

In Reference to Percentages

Sen. Cruz, Gov. Kasich, Sen. Rubio, and various other media and political establishment figures have stated, "Donald Trump has a disapproval rating of...[enter percentages quoted here]..."

These are the results from the Primary Elections for the GOP are as quoted from Real Clear Politics and The New York Times when referencing the numbers. The math was checked by my boyfriend, for accuracy.

? Should it take a head injury to figure out when 75% of Iowa delegates were not voting for Mr. Trump:

~72.4% do not want Sen. Cruz

~98.1% of Iowa do not want Gov. Kasich

~76.9% of Iowa do not want Sen. Rubio

? Does it take a head injury to figure out when 64.7% of delegates in New Hampshire were not earned by Mr. Trump:

~88.3% of New Hampshire do not want Sen. Cruz

~84.2% of New Hampshire do not want Gov. Kasich

~89.4% of New Hampshire do not want Sen. Rubio

? Should it take a head injury to figure out when Mr. Trump earns all of the delegates from South Carolina, no one wants Sen. Cruz, Gov. Kasich, or Sen. Rubio?

? Does it take a head injury to figure out as 54.1% of Nevada's delegates were earned by Mr. Donald Trump:

~78.6% do not want Sen. Cruz

~99% do not want Gov. Kasich

~76.1% do not want Sen. Rubio

? Should it take a head injury to figure out when 56.6% of the delegates in Alabama did not vote for Mr. Trump:

~78.9% do not want Sen. Cruz

~no one wants Gov. Kasich

~81.3% do not want Sen. Rubio

? Does it take a head injury to figure out when 60% of the delegates in Alaska did not vote for Mr. Trump:

~63.6% do not want Sen. Cruz

~no one wants Gov. Kasich

~84.9% do not want Sen. Rubio

? Should it take a head injury to figure out when 67.2% of Arkansas did not have delegates earned by Mr. Donald Trump:

~69.5% do not want Sen. Cruz

~no one wants Gov. Kasich

~75.1% do not want Sen. Rubio

? Should it take a head injury to figure out when 61.2% of the delegates in Georgia do not want Mr. Trump:

~76.4% do not want Sen. Cruz

~no one wants Gov. Kasich

~75.6% do not want Sen. Rubio

? Does it take a head injury to figure out when the delegates in Massachusettes did not vote for Mr. Trump by 50.7%:

~90.4% do not want Sen. Cruz

~82% do not want Gov. Kasich

~82.1% do not want Sen. Rubio

? Should it take a head injury to figure out when 78.7% of the Minnesota delegates were not earned by Mr. Trump:

~71% do not want Sen. Cruz

~no one wants Gov. Kasich

~63.5% do not want Sen Rubio

? Does it take a head injury to figure out when 71.7% of delegates in Oklahoma were not earned by Mr. Trump:

~65.6% do not want Sen. Cruz

~no one wants Gov. Kasich

~74% do not want Sen. Rubio

? Should it take a head injury to figure out when 61.1% of delegates in Tennesse were not earned by Mr. Trump:

~75.3% do not want Sen. Cruz

~no one wants Gov. Kasich

~78.7% do not want Sen. Rubio

? Does it take a head injury to figure out when 73.3% of Texas delegates did not vote for Mr. Trump:

~56.2% do not want Sen. Cruz

~no one wants Gov. Kasich

~82.3% do not want Sen. Rubio

? Should it take a head injury to figure out when 67.3% of delegates were not earned by Mr. Donald Trump in Vermont:

~no one wants Sen. Cruz

~69.6% do not want Gov. Kasich

~80.7% do not want Sen. Rubio

? Does it take a head injury to figure out when the delagates of Virginia did not vote for Mr. Trump by 65.3%:

~83.1% do not want Sen. Cruz

~90.6% do not want Gov. Kasich

~68.1% do not want Sen. Rubio

? Should it take a head injury to figure out when Mr. Trump did not earn 76.7% of the delegate votes for Kansas:

~51.8% do not want Sen. Cruz

~89.3% do not want Gov. Kasich

~83.3% do not want Sen. Rubio

? Does it take a head injury to figure out when Mr. Trump did not earn 64.1% of the delegate votes for Kentucky:

~68.4% do not want Sen. Cruz

~85.1% do not want Gov. Kasich

~83.6% do not want Sen. Rubio

? Should it take a head injury to figure out when 58.6% of delegates in Louisiana did not vote for Mr. Trump:

~62.2% do not want Sen. Cruz

~no one wants Gov. Kasich

~88.8% do not want Sen. Rubio

? Does it take a head injury to figure out when 67.4% of the Maine delegates did not vote for Mr. Trump:

~54.1% do not want Sen. Cruz

~87.8% do not want Gov. Kasich

~no one wants Sen. Rubio

? Should it take a head injury to figure out when 62.8% of the Michigan delegates did not vote for Mr. Donald Trump:

~75.6% do not want Sen. Cruz

~75.6% do not want Gov. Kasich

~no one wants Sen. Rubio

? Does it take a head injury to figure out when 52.3% delegates votes in Mississippi were not earned by Mr. Trump:

~no one wants Sen. Cruz

~no one wants Gov. Kasich

~no one wants Sen. Rubio

? Should it take a head injury to figure out when anyone points out the percentage of delegate votes against Mr. Donald Trump they should look at their personal candidacy numbers first, before throwing the first stone?

In Reference to the

5 Stages of Grief & the GOP

(soon to add the DNC)

* Denial

Does it take a head injury to figure out the establishment never took Mr. Donald Trump's presidential candidacy seriously, until he defeated multiple ceiling limits claimed, throughout the media poll percentages?

Should it take a head injury to figure out had the GOP not denied the knowledge and experience of Mr. Trump's business successes and failures until recent times, they may have been able to control the narrative longer?

* Anger

Should it take a head injury to figure out the establishment started losing their composure once Gov. Bush left the presidential candidacy, for the 2016 election?

* Bargaining

Does it take a head injury to figure out as the establishment figure Gov. Mitt Romney gives speeches and assists with robo-calls the establishment is attempting to find someone to grasp onto, which they can mold into their ideals?

* Depression

Should it take a head injury to figure out once the establishment GOP realizes Mr. Trump has won the Republican Candidacy because of their early denials and the problems which will arise should a contested convention occur, there will be many sorrow-filled speeches?

* Acceptance

Does it take a head injury to figure out once the establishment gets over their bruised egos to accept the nomination for Mr. Trump and work with him they may be pleasantly surprised just as the establishment GOP had been from the candidate who became POTUS, from 1981-1989?

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