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Is It Too Late To Replace Donald Trump With Mike Pence?

In the aftermath of last night’s vice presidential debate, I ask CHQ readers the question that was undoubtedly on the minds of all of the Republicans and conservatives who watched or listened to Mike Pence’s stellar performance: Is it too late to replace Donald Trump with Mike Pence? 

Richard ViguerieTim Kaine talked, acted, sounded like a “I know more than you, trust me” Washington politician. 

Mike Pence laid claim to be the clear and obvious heir to Ronald Reagan with nobody in second place. 

Cancel the next two Presidential debates and rerun the Vice Presidential debate in place of the Presidential debate and the Republicans win in a walk. 

The split screen showed a rude and smirking Tim Kaine. With the sound on or off Tim Kaine was a big loser. 

Last night Mike Pence laid claim to be the leader of the conservative cause for years to come.

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Replace Trump?

You certainly don't want to go back to a GOP that doesn't work anymore?

Taking the Headline too Literally

We appreciate your readership and your comments left on CHQ. I think you took Mr. Viguerie's observation about Gov. Pence's debate performance a little too literally. Mr. Viguerie and all of us at CHQ remain firmly behind Donald Trump for President and would firmly oppose replacing him with Mike Pence; the remark was intended merely to contrast the difference in debate styles and outcomes. We hope you will remain a CHQ reader... Respectfully, George Rasley, Editor

Attn: Richard Viguerie

5 October 2016

Attn: Richard Viguerie

After reading your “Washington insider establishment style” comment suggesting that Mike Pence replace Donald Trump in the race to the White House, I’ve finally concluded that your views are not what you have always purported. Phyllis Schlafly is undoubtedly spinning in her grave now.

Please remove my name from your mailing list immediately.

John Wagner
Ann Arbor
[email protected]

Taking the Headline too Literally

Mr. Wagner, we appreciate your readership and your many comments left on CHQ. I think you took Mr. Viguerie's observation about Gov. Pence's debate performance a little too literally. Mr. Viguerie and all of us at CHQ remain firmly behind Donald Trump for President and would firmly oppose replacing him with Mike Pence; the remark was intended merely to contrast the difference in debate styles and outcomes. We hope you will remain a CHQ reader... Respectfully, George Rasley, Editor

Taking the Headline too literally

Dear Mr. Rasley,

Kudos to you in standing-up for your employer. Nevertheless, I remember his attitude toward Mr. Trump after he announced his candidacy and it was not very complementary. I believe he has not changed. Therefore, my decision to terminate my readership of his opinions is final.

Cordially,

John Wagner
Ann Arbor

Why?

Mike Pence is a nice guy and a gentleman.

But. he. does. what. he's. told.

By. the. party.

By. the. donors.

By. the. bullies. [See: Indiana's religious freedom bill cave-in on his part.]

CHQ still doesn't get the MAGNITUDE of the problem of the donor/uniparty class and the NEED to break free from that domination.

Pence would NOT break us out of that.

IMO.

Taking the Headline too Literally

We appreciate your readership and your many comments left on CHQ. I think you took Mr. Viguerie's observation about Gov. Pence's debate performance a little too literally. Mr. Viguerie and all of us at CHQ remain firmly behind Donald Trump for President and would firmly oppose replacing him with Mike Pence; the remark was intended merely to contrast the difference in debate styles and outcomes. We hope you will remain a CHQ reader... Respectfully, George Rasley, Editor

Taking the Headline too Literally

Dear Mr. Rasley,

Kudos to you in standing-up for your employer. Nevertheless, I remember his attitude toward Mr. Trump after he announced his candidacy and it was not very complementary. I believe he has not changed. Therefore, my decision to terminate my readership of his opinions is final.

Cordially,

John Wagner
Ann Arbor