Monday, May 9, 2016

Regarding Ted Cruz, You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet

Rush Limbaugh said someone he thought was his friend texted the following during Cruz's speech suspending his campaign. “Thank God Cruz is done! I couldn't be happier. Listening to his sap makes me sick.” Rush said the text made him furious.
Here is the line in Cruz's speech that ticked off Rush's once assumed friend.
There is no substitute for victory. There is no substitute for the America that each and every one of us loves with all our heart, that we believe in with all our heart, and that together we will restore as a shining city on the hill for every generation to come.
Anyone repulsed by Cruz's statement is not my patriot brother or sister.
Political analysts and pundits are chiming in, criticizing “Ted Cruz” the person for not being enough of this or too much of that. Keeping silent, I roll my eyes and tune them out. Trying to change these super-smart political expert minds would be fruitless.
I will concede that the Cruz campaign may or may not have made a few missteps. But with Trump out there breaking every campaigning rule in the book and speaking off the top of his head, don't tell me Cruz blew it because he was not a perfect enough candidate, too this or not enough that.
For crying out loud, Ted Cruz is an awesome human being. Period! The man walks tall. In debating issues vital to our country, Cruz is peerless. When called upon to stand up for We the People, he truly is “Lion Ted.” Therefore, I will not criticize Ted. Nor will I agree with those criticizing Ted for being who he is.
This remarkable man deserves so much better.
For years, I have lamented our side's pattern of trashing and throwing our heroes under the bus. Sharron Angle, Joe Miller, Chris McDaniel, and Sarah Palin to name a few. First we whine about the GOP establishment being complicit in furthering the Democrat/left's agenda. Courageous, sincere patriots, committed to breaking the GOP's pattern of betrayal, step up and enter into the extremely leftist-favored political arena.
Read the rest of this op-ed HERE.

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cimbri said...

Let me frank about Ted Cruz. Honestly, I see him as a long term problem for the Republican Party. He jumped out there and ran for president as soon as he got to the Senate. Okay, so now his supporters are hinting he will run again down the road. I see another Mitt Romney in the making; some guy rejected by the voters, who just runs over and over again, until he gets the nomination, and then gets smashed in a general election.

I have a pretty good feel for human nature. Take my word for it, and move on from Cruz. He has a small, core following, and is pretty much loathed by everyone else. I'm hoping President Trump will do us all a favor, and appoint him to a circuit court or the Supreme Court.

Anonymous said...

This coming from the guy who worships Trump like God.

Rocky said...

Our numbers and season of discontent grows, our silence will be heard the world over