04-11-2016, 11:04 AM
Trump is already way behind Hillary and won't get nearly as much funding/MSM support as Hillary will, so the gap will probably only get bigger.
So if the GOP nominates Trump, they can pretty much be guaranteed to lose to Hillary (who has a pretty firm grasp on the nomination).
And then in Hillary's 4 year term, the Fox "News" punditry won't stop talking about how horrible of a candidate Trump was and convince it's dumb followers to support the next big neocon hope, whether it's Paul Ryan or Tom Cotton, both absolute scum.
And so the rebel elements will mostly be coaxed back into the evil party of the neocons, and we will have something most closely resembling business as usual.
Ted Cruz: they have no control over the guy. He is a complete self-server and enough of the establishment donors find him appealing that he can potentially run a formidable campaign against Hillary. If he loses, there won't be as strong of a pro-establishment case, because he will have relied on the establishment's support to some degree in order to first get nominated and then in the general.