Was anyone crushed that Ted Cruz won in Iowa? Not me either. It was between Marco and Ted, and Ted was my first choice. Hope you saw his victory speech, it was really inspiring. Whatever else you may think of Ted, you can’t deny the man is a master at communicating and motivating, he is brilliant!
It kind of restores my faith that Iowan’s were able to separate the showman (Trump) from the substance and stability (Cruz).
When the time came to cast a vote, they did the intelligent and thoughtful thing and of course Cruz received a substantial margin of the total vote.
On the other hand Hillary and Bernie split the leftwing vote right down the middle.
What cracks me up about democrat voters is this, when they were asked what they liked about Hillary, the answered was: Her experience, her accomplishments in office, and her warm temperament and/or demeanor. (Choke) I grant you she holds up well under cross examination, but that doesn’t make her good, just sly. She’s had a lot of experience getting into trouble on the job and then talking her way out it. Next, what accomplishments? Seriously. What has she ever accomplished? Please name it. As for her personal conduct or demeanor, well, its shocking. She treats people in the Secret Service like dirt. She’s been rude and degrading to many of her helpers over the years. Outwardly she smiles for the public and pretends she’s a kindly person and if that does it for you, then she’s your girl. But, they don’t call her helicopter “Broomstick One” for nothing. I think democrats are in denial again. The woman is mean. She’s as phony as a 3 dollar bill and she’s a proven phony and liar. Who wants that back in the White House? And the left’s alternative is to vote for a full on socialist? Wow, that’s some choice. The democratic party has sunk to new lows, you can vote for an untrustworthy liar or commie socialist, that’s great, eh?
Obviously, I think Ted Cruz would make a good president. He is energetic, inspiring, incredibly well educated and extremely well spoken. He’s said nothing that I can find offensive to my ethics or politics. Although, I’m sure if dems look hard enough there is that off the cuff remark made somewhere during his life, maybe in the 2nd grade, that they will use against him in the general election.
Inside the GOP, Cruz’ colleagues in the Senate are a problem. They don’t care much for him, he’s not played ball. And given that, they probably won’t do a thing to help him get elected. But, considering their low performance, these old gas-bags aren’t much of an asset anyway. The public knows what they are and their ratings reflect it. So, who cares what they think? Ted Cruz is a man apart, a guy who stands alone if he needs too. He reflects the principle written but not practiced by the GOP. The voters know that and they love him for it. He’s a fresh break from the old gang that does nothing but cost us money. Those old curmudgeons in the Senate ought to take a lesson from Ted, because their future could depend on it and it should. They have blocked so many meaningful reform bills presented by the House you would think the Senate is controlled by democrats! The GOP has 54 seats in the Senate, the democrats hold 44. What have they done with it? What the @#$% is wrong with these old career politicians? The Senate and House can’t even pass a proper budget, control the border, reign in the IRS, fix the VA, jump start the economy, undue Un-Constitutional executive orders, so I wonder why keep them around? What are they good for besides drawing a fat paycheck?
Good going Ted Cruz, I hope you take New Hampshire and South Carolina next!