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Do you agree or disagree that is is now "mathematically impossible" for Ted Cruz to be the GOP Presidential Nominee?

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Apr 21, 2016 in Politics & Government ✌ by MidnightCowboy (26,138 points)

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Deadcutie1994 Apr 21, 2016

I have no idea, I don't keep up with it.

Transquesta Apr 21, 2016

Prolly so, but the math is largely irrelevant.  If the GOP old guard wanna nominate him, they will.

Fuzzy Corona Apr 21, 2016

Depends on whether it's true or not

MidnightCowboy Apr 21, 2016

From where his delegate allegiance stands right now, it sure seems mathematically impossible.

TheOtherTink Apr 21, 2016

Of course it's not mathematically impossible, as anyone who can add and subtract can easily see.

Cruz needs to win 678 out of the 733 remaining to be chosen, assuming no deal is made for the Rubio or Kasich delegates, fewer if a deal is made.  Not mathematically impossible, just highly unlikely.

http://www.politico.com/2016-election/results/delegate-count-tracker

jaxxi Apr 22, 2016

Impossible. Trump is the man.

Obama Failed America Jun 11, 2016

Many of you , may not know it, but there a write in campaign for Cruz, being that i  support Ted Cruz , no matter happen,  i will not be told , bye any one again, that if the party pick it , you most vote for him or her, i did that in 2012 , with Romney and will not do that again, Dump The TRUMP HILLARY AND Sanders, write in Cruz

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