To a degree I rely on the opinions of people whom I know or who I have found to have a particular point of view. This system works out pretty good. Sometimes it breaks down, like today.
The former House speaker also says that he would vote for Trump, and called the two of them 'texting buddies.
When it comes to Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, even a few months’ time out of Congress has done little to lessen former House Speaker John Boehner’s contempt for his former Capitol Hill colleague.
“Lucifer in the flesh,” Boehner told an audience at Stanford on Wednesday night, according to the Stanford Daily. “I have Democrat friends and Republican friends. I get along with almost everyone, but I have never worked with a more miserable son of a bitch in my life.”.John Benedict Boehner did more to advance Obama's agenda for America than anyone, including Obama. If ever there were a wolf in seeps clothing, or more to the metaphor a devil in an angels wings, it was Benedict Boehner.
When it comes to Cruz, I've seen enough of his campaign to realize that he comfortable with the father of lies, if not dedicatedly in his service. So Boehner who is bad, says Cruz is bad (which I already believed). Now Boehner says Trump is good. This is getting hard.
I was willing to believe Trump might be, if not good, not dedicatedly evil. But Benedict likes Trump. Its getting harder to rely on heuristics this election cycle.