Ted Cruz for President

I’m not sure he’s right that it’s not too late for the United States of America, but if we don’t get Raptured, I will support Ted Cruz for President.

2015_03 23 Cruz announces

Short Interview with Hannity

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7 responses to “Ted Cruz for President

  1. I just like the way Cruz has started the Conversation off Right.

    Did I already post this link here?

    Ted Cruz’s Resume at the Reaganite Republican

    “Impressive. … Described as a ‘superb’ constitutional lawyer, the man’s considerable skills and laser-like focus were on display for all when he took oily reptile Eric Holder by the neck and made him
    answer the damn question. …”

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  2. Ting

    I’m neutral until I see who the rest will be. But I like him!
    I don’t watch much television, but I do like “the panel” on Harris Faulkner’s Sunday evening show on Fox. On Sunday they were talking about Ted’s announcement the next day and John Somebody, a former Republican Congressman from NY, said that he doesn’t think we have seen the nominee yet. He says the nominee will be a charismatic leader who can adopt Elizabeth Warren’s theme of the peril to the middle class, but with different, more convincing policy solutions. Pat Caddell said that his polling indicates that someone from outside DC can come in and run away with it because people are so fed up with both parties in DC.

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  3. freedom1781

    I’m neutral as well. I do like him a lot. He is so articulate and he has a backbone unlike the majority of the GOP spineless worms in Congress.

    Everyone at the office is just laughing at him. They are going to Palinize him. I haven’t been in the room when anything is said about him so that I can set the record straight. (I’m in a different office than the loud mouth libs, thank God! They’re so loud though so I hear everything.)

    All I hear is the Ted-Cruz-isn’t-a-natural-born-citizen-so-he-can’t-be-President mess and that all he wants to do is take away health care from all those poor people who Obama “gave” it to. (Every time I hear that I want to bang my head against the wall and scream!) Yesterday, it was nothing but snickers when they found out that he’s going on Obamacare. I really wish that I could have added my comments. The timing is always off.

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    • I hear you, Freedom. My brother has a flaming leftist friend on Facebook whom I have occasionally engaged in long knock-down drag-out arguments, and this guy responds to just about everything I say by reminding me just how despicable and loathsome I am because I voted in the last presidential election for someone who wants to take health care away from poor people. No matter how many times I patiently and politely explain to him that NO ONE wants to take health care away from poor people, that people simply differ on what the best way is to provide health care (or any other benefit) to poor people, he still keeps trotting out that threadbare old accusation. Any time I back him into a corner when we’re arguing about policy or political philosophy, he inevitably falls back on what he considers his trump card — that nothing I say could possibly have any value or validity, since I’m an evil heathen who wants to take health care away from poor people. Sigh…

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  4. “According to a poll conducted by the most popular pro-democratic radio/Internet-resource in Russia, the majority would like to have Ted Cruz as Russia’s head of state (no fake, no joke)…”

    From a Russian correspondent c/o Trevor Loudon, Noisy Room

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  5. BTW, Legal Insurrection provided a new video ad for Rick Perry (who isn’t running yet ha ha).

    It might not be a fair comparison, but after watching Cruz’s announcement full of specific promises, Perry’s ad seems to me vacuous, uninspiring, and disappointing; which may reflect Perry, I’m sad to say, because I kinda like the guy. Took a great mugshot, looked real Presidential. But Cruz has it all over Perry on everything else, I think.

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