Stand with Cornell University College Republicans

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Tom Howe
5 years ago
Let a thousand flowers bloom.

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Matthew Langley
5 years ago
This election cycle is perhaps the most important one of our time. With how polarizing the current Republican and Democrat candidates are the American people deserve and are calling for a third voice in the debates. The voice that is on the ballot in all 50 states and has a mathematical chance of reaching 270 of the electoral college votes is Independent Gary Johnson.

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Thomas Gammill
5 years ago
Freedom (of choice) is what America stands for. End oppression.

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Barbara Peale
5 years ago
I support this group's right to make their own decisions

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Bonnie Rynberk
5 years ago
Throwing out Millennials from the party is throwing out the party's ability to reconstitute after this debacle

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Matthew Stephenson
5 years ago
People who choose to be Republicans do so not because they have selected a political party at random, but because they believe in the principles and ideas that the Grand Old Party has historically stood for. Without those, the party has no meaning and is ideologically indistinguishable from other political organizations. In nominating Donald Trump, the Republican Party has broken faith with members who cherished such beliefs that have been the guiding star and, in some instances, the life's work of our party's greatest presidents. How would President Eisenhower view Mr. Trump's lack of commitment to our NATO allies? Wouldn't President Reagan be aghast at Mr. Trump's indifference to Russian encroachment in Ukraine? Even now, our party's only two living former presidents, George W. Bush and his father, refuse to endorse Trump over his reckless actions and claims. Why can a group of Republicans, standing firm on the principles that have built this party, not choose to endorse another candidate, a candidate who was a successful Republican elected official while Mr. Trump was a liberal Democrat weighing a third party run in Ross Perot's Reform Party, rather than the unsatisfactory nominee the Republican Party has given us? There is no good answer to that question, other than, "It is well within their right to do so and remain Republican." If loyalty to Mr. Trump and his agenda, or chaotic lack thereof, is now the prerequisite for being a good Republican, then our party will doomed to be the minority one for a generation or more.

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Matthew Johnson
5 years ago
I have nothing to say that hasn't already been said. The State Federation's actions are embarrassing and a prime example of a cowardly, characterless action.

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Kelly Martin
5 years ago
I am a Fordham Republican and I believe the actions of the Cornell Republicans are justified. I support the Cornell College Republicans in their endorsement.

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John Gunn
5 years ago
I'm signing because independent thought should be rewarded, not punished.

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Greg Leivian
5 years ago
I support Cornell and their 1st amendment rights and deplore attemtps at censorship and intimidation.