Ted Cruz Apologizes To Carson For Lying About His Race Withdrawal – Well, Sort of …

The Canadian Clinton realizes the exposed scheme has the potential to reveal his true character so he goes immediately to the old reliable “I didn’t know” routine.

ted cruz large“Last night when our political team saw the CNN post saying that Dr. Carson was not carrying on to New Hampshire and South Carolina, our campaign updated grassroots leaders just as we would with any breaking news story. That’s fair game. What the team then should have done was send around the follow-up statement from the Carson campaign clarifying that he was indeed staying in the race when that came out.  his was a mistake from our end, and for that I apologize to Dr. Carson.”…  (read more)

Oh look, another “accident”, another “mistake”, another inadvertent “misstatement”.

He didn’t know he was Canadian.  He didn’t know he was voting for TPA.  He didn’t know the money he gave the NRSC was used to attack Chris McDaniel.  He didn’t know he missed the Goldman Sach’s FEC filing on campaign finance.   Notice a pattern?…

The campaign manager, Rick Tyler, and all other participants in the campaign team, then immediately begin obfuscating and manipulating events – belittling Dr. Carson.  It’s just how they roll.

The important aspect most people do not internally emphasize or accept is that Ted Cruz’s followers are approximately 15-20% of the Republican primary electorate.  They are about 5% of the national electorate….. and these are mostly really nasty people.

The Cruz Clan will never vote for any other candidate in a general election.  If they don’t get to vote for the messiah they stay home.   It’s all Ted Cruz at all costs, and nothing else matters.  That allows them to disconnect from the deception that stands as a necessary foundation for the Cruz campaign.

obamabotsHence the psychological manipulation, the need to rely on Cambridge Analytica, and the constant need to go back to the captured audience for money.  The plate is passed around the same congregation over-and-over-and-over.  Throwing the ju-ju-bones is a familiar technique amid all of the snake handlers and most professionally religious constructs.

However, there is an upside to acceptance.   If Ted Cruz does not win the GOP nomination, none of the Cruz Clan will vote in the general election, they never do.  They have such a short-sighted narrow view of issues, if they don’t get “their leader” they stay home.

When you accept they will never vote for anyone else, you realize you can stop worrying about their always tender sensibilities.  The GOPe have known this for years, and take a dismissive approach to the ‘nuts-over-there‘.   When John McCain says “whacko-birds”, it’s the Clan of the Cruz he’s referring to.

Lonely people.  Socially isolated.

Nasty people.

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350 Responses to Ted Cruz Apologizes To Carson For Lying About His Race Withdrawal – Well, Sort of …

  1. joebal says:

    “Canadian Clinton”

    woot woot!… howls of approval!

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  2. Boudica says:

    Christians like Ted Cruz give the rest of us a bad reputation:(((

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    • zzschnops says:

      “Christian” is the word… the one that prevents most libs from ever voting for a Republican. Unless they are not threatening christian like Ronald Reagan. Dems know that lib christians go to church on Sunday for the photo op

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      • Eskie Mom says:

        Mostly, it’s their claims to being Christian that they use as a shield to other genuine Christians. (Is that a ”double-bind”?) But some of us have had about enough of their heresy & exploiting our Savior.

        Yes, it does make us look bad. People are leaving their congregations over it.

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      • Emma Johnson says:

        Heck most conservative Christians I know go to church on Sunday for the same reason. Not many of them know their Bibles. I’ve even heard some of them with kids, on their way out of service, yell “damn it Johnny, quite hitting your sister or I’ll beat your ass. It’s not just lib Christians. lol Our last pastor told us that we couldn’t listen to contemporary Christian music because it was of the “devil” with the rock and roll drum beats. So since he could play bluegrass, that’s what we had to listen to, him on stage playing banjo. We left there shortly after.

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        • tabitha151 says:

          I’m not commenting directly about politicians. It is difficult (but not impossible) to find a Bible believing (and practicing) church now a days. I did some looking around a nuumber of years ago, and heard all sorts of:false teaching, false gospels, etc. I did finally find a genuine Christian church, with a core group of true believers. So, I transferred my membership there, and have been happy there. Please don’t give up on finding a genuine church, there are some good ones left. (A neighbor and good friend introduced me to the church I settled at. )
          Having studied eschatology, especially in light of the prophecies of Christ, I believe the big problem is that many (not just liberal) denominations have a lot of apostasy or error. Christ made it clear that this general apostasy would preceed His return. So, I do believe that is a major factor.
          However, until His return, there will be Biblical churches with core groups of true believers. It is of great benefit to a Christian to participate in and contribute to such a church. So, I would recommend talking to genuine Christian friends, visiting churches, and being discerning about what you see. Also, I didn’t just visit my church, but got involved, and got to know the core members well. So, I was careful, and also prayed a lot. I’m very glad I found my wonderful church.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      Yep.

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  3. Miss America says:

    This reminds me of Obama: “I didn’t know about it until I saw it on the news.”

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  4. Josh says:

    This should all but guarantee that Mr. Carson will eventually endorse Mr. Trump.

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  5. vincentjappi says:

    Time to SUE the Ineligible Rubio and Cruz.

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    • zzschnops says:

      If rubio and crudz are tied up in court because they are inelligible to be president, Jebica will have to run openly. Then Trump can actually squash him. Whey do you think Trump keeps bashing jebelly even though he has 2%?

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  6. DanMan says:

    poor Sundance is a bit butthurt I’d say. Yo buddy, you cast many aspersions on those you don’t well at all. May want to keep your comments closer to your area of knowledge.

    “The Cruz Clan will never vote for any other candidate in a general election. If they don’t get to vote for the messiah they stay home.”

    “If Ted Cruz does not win the GOP nomination, none of the Cruz Clan will vote in the general election, they never do. ”

    say it three times or it doesn’t count

    “They are about 5% of the national electorate….. and these are mostly really nasty people.”

    aww…them are some sweet sweet tears you’re crying there Sundance. Care to comment on Trump wanting to expand the RFS mandate once he got to Iowa? One candidate didn’t fold on that issue and it wasn’t yours.

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    • RINOKiller says:

      I want you to GTFO unless you want to be put in a body cast for several months!

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    • justfactsplz says:

      Go troll someplace else. Get paid much? Sundance isn’t crying. It’s fool steam ahead. You underestimate the WOLVERINES!

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    • R-C says:

      Dry up, Dan Man. Take your filth elsewhere.

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    • TheTorch says:

      Actually your True Conservative did fold on Ethanol, he said he would keep the mandate in place until about 2022 – therefore by keeping it in place he is supporting it !

      Feel free to continue your adoration of the “True Conservative”, who failed to declare loans to the FEC (the filing that is actually made public, but he did declare on the forms that are private, funny that). Supported the TPA, which enables the TPP, also wrote an OP-ED with Paul Ryan singing the praises of the TPA. Then changed his position after and became anti-TPP, but by supporting TPA, he kept his wall street donor money flowing, just in time for the election, funny that. Modified his position on Immigration so many times, I don’t even think he knows what it is anymore but Goldman Sachs loves it and his wife Heidi Cruz and the Council of Foreign Relations thinks it wonderful.

      With regard to Iowa sent out Voter Violation mailers to households in Iowa, allowed and encouraged his Caucus captains to suggest that Ben Carson was leaving the race at the Caucus. One precinct captain was even caught on video telling untruths about Donald Trump.

      BUT hey he is such an up standing Christian guy, so perfect in every way. I am sure all these things are just mistakes, little errors that we can ignore, yes lets pretend he is a True Conservative, and worship at the alter of Saint Raphael.

      Then again it could be because of this:

      Matthew 7:15
      Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles? Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit.

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      • Teddy Tr-Con also staunchly backs the Lockheed Martin F-35; priciest boondoggle in US Military History and the fattest slab of political pork serve up by any Texan since Sam Rayburn teamed up with Lyndon Johnson. The 3 dozen of them to equip a Nimitz class carrier will cost more than twice the price of building the carrier!

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    • georgiafl says:

      You are a perfect reflection of Ted Cruz.

      Yes, and Cruz and his people played it in a way that would make Obama and Axelrod proud.

      Henceforth, we may discard any niggling illusions that Ted Cruz is a Christian.

      The nasty, illegal tricks he played in Iowa was a complete revelation of his character and soul.

      I’m wondering what Ben Carson will do after he goes home to rest, pray and spend time with his family.

      Trump was right, Ted is a nasty guy.

      I’m very proud of Donald Trump for running a good clean campaign in Iowa.

      Trump – 2016

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      • Ann Woodward says:

        Of the top four coming out of Iowa, we have 1. A senator who has lied throughout his political career. Cruz lied about being conservative. He lied about each of the opponents in the race. Cruz never mentions that he and his wife worked 8 years with the Bush administration, or that a non-reported loan of a million dollars from his wife’s employer is a felony. Most recently Cruz sent “Voter Violation” threat letters to Iowa voters. During caucusing Cruz passed out a letter stating Carson had suspended his campaign. Mississippi much? Cruz advocates for amnesty and for the NWO.
        2. Cruz and Rubio both are legally ineligible to to run for the office of the president. Maybe they will get a “pass” like Hillary, and we will all just ignore it. Rubio Has a questionable record with finances. Rubio advocates for amnesty and the NWO.
        3. Dr. Carson has not been vetted, in fact his handlers say no to vetting requests. Carson truely is incapble of handling the presidential duties.. Carson’s career was as a world famous surgeon, not a good training for the office of the presidency. Rumors are beginning to surface about questionable relationships from Dr. Carson’s past. Cruz has presented himself as a progressive.
        4. Finally we hve a candidate who owes noone. Trump made his fortune through hard work, not off of cronyism. In spite of a committee of the most devious politicians working behind closed doors for months, there has been no dishonesty, no scandal, no skeletons in the closet. Trump does not smoke, drink or do drugs, neither do his children. He is funding his own candidacy. He has inner strength which earns admiration from. whomever he works with. Trump is a self-made billionaire
        I am not politically well-educated, but I believe that I and anyone else who was presented these 4 sketchy bios with the admonition to chose one to lead the country (assuming their ineligibility is overlooked). THERE IS NO LOGICAL CHOICE BUT TRUMP FOR PRESIDENT 2016. I cannot understand why there is any hesitation at all.

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      • Dr. Carson is just stopping by the house to swap out suitcases and let the storm blow through up north. 1 or 2 days, no more. Ted’s jealous because he can’t drop in on Texas like that – too many flubbed votes in the Senate lately so he’s short of friends here at home.

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      • shallbe4 says:

        I am very proud of Donald Trump. He’s a class act. Donald is 28 points ahead in New Hampshire but he humbly said he hopes to win there.

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    • conservativehippie says:

      dan, you didn’t refute any of his statements or offer counter-points.

      you were just being nasty which corroborates the point that, well… you’re nasty.

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      • Eskie Mom says:

        They never do. Unless it’s bragging about the operatives they have in place here & there or some ”religious” figure no one has ever heard of.

        Doesn’t matter. When Ted’s not taking the Me, too highway, he just lies all the time anyway.

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    • stringy theory says:

      Yea, your buddy Cruz the snake, the “oh I forgot” weasel, the “anti-establishment” establishment candidate, the Canadian anchor baby, with all his dirty tricks was unable to put Trump away and now the battleground moves to territory where pastor Ted will find the going rough and the media turning all their guns on him as they push Rubio. You can be smug today, but come back after NH and tell us how your boy did.

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      • shallbe4 says:

        Does Cruz’s dirty blue shirt and jeans which look like they haven’t been washed since we landed a man on the moon bother you? Bothers me.

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    • nyflacon says:

      Hey Welcome Dan,
      Stay around now. Don’t go hiding after NH votes. You Teddys kinda get scarce when the going gets tough. Besides we need a circus clown on this site and your the man.
      LOL

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      @danielpgabriel is that you? LOLOLO!

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    • TEAFORALL says:

      If you are so Pro Cruz why are you here.? Are you having a Brain Fart and forgot where you where. Dont let the door hit you in the a s s.

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    • Emma Johnson says:

      Well I could say the same thing. I know many who will never vote for Cruz. I know I won’t and I’ve voted for 40 years in every election, in every primary. I will write in Mickey Mouse or vote for Sanders since I have Glenn Becks blessing now to do so. Glenn said he was honest so it’s a possibility. Better than Cruz.

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    • Jenny R. says:

      So….Cruz supporters (of whom I’m guessing you are one) will vote for Trump if he is the nominee? Yes/No?
      Care to extrapolate on your candidate’s legislative decisions v. what he says he stand for?

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  7. MouseTheLuckyDog says:

    Chief of Staff:Presidenrt Cruz: CNN has just announced that Russia has launched an all out nuclear attack.
    Cruz: Launch our missles
    CoS: Some of our staff misinterpreted the story. Russia has not launched it’s missles.
    Cruz: Sorry,

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  8. KitKat says:

    Michael Savage just said that virulent Cruzbots are hating him on FB.

    “By their fruits ye shall know them.” The fruit of the Cruzbots is hate. John’s Gospel says that God is Love. Therefore we know that hate has no part in God.

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    • TheFenian says:

      Cruzbots are feeble minded jeeezus freaks. Not Christians, but freaks. Freaks who latch on to non scriptural beliefs they heard from their storefront “pastor” and use the name of our Lord to make their freak beliefs sound meaningful.

      Let’s be clear, these people have no idea what Christianity is. They are freaks. Jeeeezus freaks.

      They are no different than the members of Jonestown. When Cruz & Beck tell them end times are here, they will happily commit suicide. For America’s sake, and for humanities sake, let’s hope this happens soon.

      This wish is extended to you as well ‘DanMan’. Just for the record, all your Canadian did was win the “Caucasian Caucus’. It’s over for him lol. Good riddance.

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      • conservativehippie says:

        i knew people like this in illinois. as long as a person wore christianity on their sleeve then these people didn’t care what the person was like on the inside.

        there was a serial sexual predator/adulterer among them and i was sickened by this (because i care about women, honesty, etc.) but the “christians” loved him because he wore a huge cross, said “praise be to the Lord” constantly and put up a holy facade.

        so I’ve seen this warped mentality up close. the true character and virtue of a person means nothing. as long as the person has the christian facade is all that matters. it’s like a drug to them.

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      • georgiafl says:

        I think Beck got the same group of ‘his people’ (IYKWIM) that did the ground work for Romney. They are nasty actors online, but quite different in public…they are really good with going out 2 by 2 and knocking on doors and smiling, acting like nice, clean-cut young Christian men.

        Both Beck’s people and Cruz’s people are dominionists and supremacists, believing they have the true understanding and teachings of God.

        The two groups are made for each other – a match made in….well, I won’t say it.

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  9. RINOKiller says:

    When this gets unraveled, Cruz SHOULD give his delegates to Trump due to illegal practices.

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    • grainofsalt says:

      I really do think that this deception of Cruz and his campaign should be dealt with. I think Dr. Carson and his campaign should file a formal complaint. He lost some votes that are rightfully his. Cruz must pay and if that is to give some of his delegates to Carson so be it. What Cruz and his campaign had done must be penalized.

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    • It was Carson’s votes he was stealing, not Trump’s. He defrauded those voters of their right to vote according to their own consciences. It’s the voters of Iowa and the voters of America, whose Democracy he undermined, that Ted Cruz should be apologizing to; in public, in person, and on his knees,

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  10. yyy says:

    It’s pretty clear the goal here is to get to a brokered convention where the nomination will then be stolen from Trump. I don’t buy any of the polling–even the ones that have trump up by double digits–none of it means anything due to the depth and blatant tenacity of the voter fraud efforts. Trump may win some states, but the gop will see to it that his delegate lead never gets too large–anything to keep the bickering going until they can anoint one of the gope types to the top of the ticket thru any process but honest balloting.

    To the people voting absentee for Trump–your ballots will never see the light of day. Never.

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    • R-C says:

      Since I can not possibly be there in person, absentee ballot is all I have. I cast my vote for Donald J. Trump, knowing fully well that the GOPe will be playing its games.

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    • stringy theory says:

      Oh great Swami, how do you discern these unseen things?

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    • Americat says:

      We, too, were told that our absentee ballots would never be counted, except for a rare mandatory recount -and maybe not even then!

      Yes, told this in all sincerity by an election board member, who is a friend and neighbor. We have never voted absentee ballot again!

      We absolutely want our votes for Trump counted, so will go to our precinct voting site rather than vote absentee.

      May want to check to make sure the site hasn’t been changed for this election. Surprise venue change has happened to us for certain elections.

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    • shallbe4 says:

      I agree with you except for one thing–I don’t believe the polls are wrong its those counting the votes that have me worried.

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  11. CrazyWorld says:

    Lied and on a side note did you know Cruz is a Christian.

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    • Ted Cruz, my Senator since 2012, needs to be called to account for his actions at the next debate. His laying it off on the staff is a load of noise, He is a cracking sharp control freak LAWYER. If his staff does ANYTHING, he knows about it and has thought of the legal implications and projected his odds of getting away with it. The Ted Cruz I have come to know is a cold and devious calculator of risks. He participates in and is responsible for an organization that willfully defrauded who knows how many Iowans of their right to vote according to their own consciences. Further, it was done as a knee-jerk reaction to a partially read press article; not the kind of judgement anyone in the World needs to have in charge of a nuclear arsenal. Never forget that he is, above all else, a thoroughly ruthless LAWYER; neither right, nor guilt, nor morality matter if they stand in the way of him winning his case.

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  12. Eric says:

    This is more “forgiveness is easier than permission” doublespeak by Cruz. Typical liberal tactics. His group was lying about Trump as well.

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  13. dizzymissl says:

    Biggest liar on the planet

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  14. NJF says:

    The Canadian Clinton…..I love it.

    I posted earlier that this and the mailer intimidation skirts the bounds of ethics and legality.

    Stock answer? “Everyone else does it” or

    I didn’t know, gee that wasn’t my intention……”we updated our campaign just like we would with any news update…..it’s fair game.” SMH

    You’re so right about the Cruz supporters. The defense and excuses of Cruz’s actions is shameful IMO…”Carson supporters should have verified the info before believing it.”

    I mean these people show up to caucus, and a “precinct captain” aka someone in charge, gives out info, yet it’s their responsibility to verified it?

    Kinda like the mailers…..intimidating people via the appearance of an official government document.

    Their are many in this world who readily believe those in authority, and apparently for every trusting person, there’s a piece of work looking to exploit them.

    Watch out teddy boy, the score card isn’t working in your favor, and you might not get the reception you think down the road.

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    • Trumped says:

      Oh damn he is burning. This will only make him stronger!

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    • georgiafl says:

      Have to tell you – Trump looks a whole lot like my late, feisty, petite, Mama.

      Especially has the same eyebrows, eyes… and Mama’s hair was the same color as Trump’s was when he was young and later as she got older, it turned strawberry blonde like his.

      The look in his eyes in this photo is one that I know very, very well. (My children used to tell me I had it too).

      Mama couldn’t pronounce the word ‘mean’ – she said, ‘ming’…. and when she said, “I ming business” we got busy and did whatever she wanted right away. Or else.

      You didn’t mess with my Mama and you don’t mess with Mr. Trump when that look is in their eyes.

      Trump means business and he’s about to do some serious business.

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    • seventhndr says:

      Hopefully that lopsided bar graph is the latest NH polls!🙂

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  15. kinthenorthwest says:

    Some commentary on the Cruz mess. I do believe hat Cruz should be penalized for the Carson and Mailer Mess
    Developing: Calls for Cruz to give Carson his “stolen” delegates increase over CarsonGate Scandal in Iowa
    http://prntly.com/blog/?p=4501

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  16. dizzymissl says:

    Rush not on our side-he’s GOPe

    I Don’t Like This Idea’ of Rubio Labeled as ‘an Establishment Candidate’ – Breitbart http://bit.ly/1PxG6XM

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  17. This is off topic but I wanted to get this out. Sunday afternoon we went to the Trump headquarters in Columbia, SC only to find the door locked. We had received an email stating the hours so we thought we were good. We got a nice lady to open the door and let me fill out a volunteer form and were told someone would follow up. Still waiting. There were no other people there and frankly we were surprised. We asked for signs and were given two… but got the impression all the others were spoken for even though no one was around and the door was locked. It felt like a non functioning center and as I said we volunteered to walk but haven’t been contacted…. Less then a month till primary !

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    • Dixie says:

      Some of the same going on in NC which is a little more than a month away. I have volunteered repeatedly and I get emails from the director of the state and have responded to him personally. But the individual responsible for the eastern part of the state keeps changing as though they can’t keep anybody on the job. I even volunteered to work in the campaign office 35 miles away……no response.

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      • k9puppy says:

        Same here. To be fair I have worked on only one campaign that had its act together, where it was really fun to be involved, they actually listened to the boots on the ground, and did what we suggested based on our experiences.

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    • k9puppy says:

      Same type problems here. Where I need to go is an hour drive, and long story short, yes, I am having the same type problems.

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  18. kinthenorthwest says:

    What can you say about the other FlipFlopping Candidates

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    • DanMan says:

      They are losers. That’s why Cruz didn’t change his position on ethanol and won. Even Iowans know it’s wrong.

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      • TheTorch says:

        He did change his position on Ethanol – he is in favor of keeping the mandate in place until 2022. That is supporting it!🙂

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        • DanMan says:

          He proposed an amendment that would kill the RFS immediately and it got zero votes. He has since said he would phase it out over 5 years. What did Trump say? He would increase it. Pander Monkey on that issue. Yugely.

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          • TheTorch says:

            Maintaining the mandate is supporting it.

            Yes he is very good at proposing things that gets zero votes. BUT it is a nice trick, because then people like you will fall for his True Conservative shtick.

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          • nyflacon says:

            Typical Ted says one of the following:
            I will be speaking against
            I will be speaking for
            I supported a bill
            I introduced an amendment
            I voted against
            I voted in favor
            The Leadership are liars……
            In the end Teddy did nothing.

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          • Emma Johnson says:

            Dan, so tell me, with 92 million people out of work, Cruz not a genius on job creation, 50,000 or more involved in the ethanol business and you have no problem putting them out of work. I’ll tell you what, the day that Cruz refuses oil donors money and tells them to on their subsidies, then I’ll maybe believe that he has a chance. But until then, he’s a no go. In the mean time, go look in the mirror and pray to your fake messiah Cruz (aka Benny Hinn) I hope you sleep well at night being so evil. You must have been promised a lot.

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  19. Shrill Televangelist Ted thumps his bible as he bears false witness. Lying creep hypocrite.

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  20. Ozark Mel says:

    Sundance, I usually find your analysis and opinion to be insightful and helpful. But this article is filled with such vitriol and passes off so many conspiracy theories as irrefutable fact that your entire judgment is called into question in my thinking. You write, “The Cruz Clan will never vote for any other candidate in a general election. If they don’t get to vote for the messiah they stay home.” Says who? And who are the “they” to whom you refer? Conservative Evangelical Christians? The Illuminati? As a Conservative Evangelical Christian myself, I have held my nose for nearly 30 years and voted for George H.W. Bush, Bob Dole, John McCain, and Mitt Romney. I didn’t stay home. But, like you, I am so fed up with the phony Conservatives and Republican Party Elites that this time, I REFUSE to hold my nose and vote for a weak-kneed willy-nilly or a phony Conservative again. If they maneuver Jeb! Bush or Marco Rubio forth as the Republican candidate, I’m staying home. I will not do anything to further this corrupt system. I can live with Cruz, but really at this point, I prefer Trump.

    However, I am somewhat skeptical of Trump. He seems to have had a remarkable epiphany in the last year or so. Maybe it is genuine. Maybe it is to win the election and then he will show his true colors, I don’t know. I will say that I hope he did not mean that he would cut deals and deals and deals with the Democrats–in the way in which it sounds. On the positive side, I think as an outsider, and with his “I don’t give a damn” attitude, he is probably the only one who can break the power of the Republican Elites and the Democrat/Liberal Media nut-jobs. But articles like this are so “out there” that it makes those of us who are at least willing to listen to Trump, and maybe give him the benefit of the doubt and vote for him, look incoherent.

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    • Not nice to leave others in the fight.
      Stand the ground.

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      Here’s the thing Ozark Mel, to me, it’s clear you’ve bought into what someone (Cruz?) has been saying about Trump rather than doing your own research. His ‘Epiphany’ on social issues like abortion go back years. His positions on trade, debt, etc are on record for DECADES. His flirtation w/ single payer was in 1999-2000. Heritage Foundation, around the same time was also backing a version of it. As for immigration? Cruz is lying:

      As for S/D’s post, I do not believe he’s talking about every Cruz supporter, but the vituperative ones we see on SM

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    • RINOKiller says:

      You need to go LEAVE!

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    • Nnud says:

      Then don’t vote for him

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    • k9puppy says:

      Go to RTS and you will read page after page of Cruz’s goody two shoe, Christian, patriot conservatives saying they will never, ever vote Trump. And yes, I am picking on them because they are the nastiest, but other blogs w/Cruzbots say the same. This is the first election where I am started to actually despise people for who they support, usually I can be civil and respect a person’s choice. We either have a decent discussion or we avoid the topic, but w/Cruz’s people I have no patience, or desire to have anything to do w/them, they are quite simply, assholes. I really do believe they have been brainwashed or they are only getting their Cruz news from one site. They simply refuse to vet him. Funny thing is, I used to really admire Cruz and was in his corner. Then Trump came along and I decided a wall is what I wanted. Cruz’s people are so nasty that I am not sure I could

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  21. georgiafl says:

    Cruz, the weasel, is weaseling again in this sorry excuse for an apology.

    The nasty guy ran a nasty campaign.

    I do hope Carson does not endorse Cruz or give him his delegates.

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    • georgiafl says:

      At least Cruz is consistent….consistently nasty, underhanded, weaseling, and, of course, ineligible.

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      • Eskie Mom says:

        You forgot dishonest. Cruz is a consummate liar. (I can’t believe Carson would give his delegates to Cruz)

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      • Jenny R. says:

        You forgot the two things that drive the rest (and make him dangerous): this is the most power and money hungry person in the race after Hillary.
        This is his true Achilles heel, and this is what the Dems will exploit if he’s the nom; this is what the GOP will exploit as well to get a nom more to their liking.

        This is why he cannot be allowed near the WH.

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        • Eskie Mom says:

          You’re right! It’s obvious by the constant wealth envy & the clothes they wear that Ted & Heidi Cruz are punching WAY above their weight, financially. I don’t see how this is possible, considering what they both make. Maybe they’re trying to be like the high rollers they run with (lol well, not Beck).

          Raul, Sr & little Teddy can’t wait to get their greedy paws on our ”wicked” taxpayer money.

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  22. El_Flaco says:

    Got an email from Breitbart today that was a Ted Cruz solicitation for campaign contributions that would be matched by his puppet masters.

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    • georgiafl says:

      How did you respond?

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    • Boots says:

      First time poster not only here but anywhere for that matter. Got the same email twice and one was a “Breitbart Special Message” I guess they are all in for Cruz no matter what. I didn’t like going there anyway. It makes my computer freeze. Thank you Sundance for all your hard work.

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  23. barton2016 says:

    The more I get to know this guy the more he acts like a slick lawyer.

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  24. fcrz says:

    How about FIRST contacting Carson’s campaign directly to ask if it was true? No, that’s too easy and honest.

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  25. DaveNY says:

    I see this as an opportunity for Trump to go to bat for Ben and mend their relationship. Wouldn’t it be awesome if Ben files a lawsuit over this lie and eligibility? One can hope.

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  26. KenH says:

    Carson was projected to get around 15-16% of the vote and it’w well known that he and Cruz are competing for the same voting bloc. Sooooo, that means if Cruz didn’t pull that stunt then he would have possibly received 5% fewer votes which means…….at 23% he would have tied Rubio for second and Trump wins Iowa. The fact that Rubio was polling around 10-12%, but jumped up to 23% seems very suspicious.

    Hats off to Sundance for documenting the shenanigans, duplicity and dirty tricks of Cruz who I previously thought had principle, but is just an establishment toady who dons a mask as a political outsider and “real” conservative.

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  27. seventhndr says:

    Excellent 3D Chess quote by Trump, (talking about if skipping the debates affected his results): “Maybe. If I could have it all to do over again, I’d do the exact same thing. I raised $6 million for the vets in 1 hour. If I can do that and place second instead of first, I’ll do that all day long.”

    …or something close to that.

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  28. I loved rush’s closing comment today re Cruz/Carson dirty trick: “there’s a way out of this for Cruz, just hand over 2 or 3 delegates to Carson!”
    That would mean Trump wins Iowa! Ha!

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  29. RINOKiller says:

    We send people like Jimmy Carter to other countries to oversee their elections, and shenanigans like this takes place here in our backyard.The government is looking like a bunch of meddlers and hypocritesI bet the world is wondering about that too.

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  30. I am a Christian first, Cruz supporter second. He is NOT my Messiah. I promise you that if Cruz doesn’t win the ticket, whoever does GETS MY VOTE! We’re better than that. We deserve better than being talked to in this way. I’m a person, not a political robot. I always have and always will support my party no matter what. To say otherwise, well, it’s insulting. I like Trump, Carson, Huckabee, Rubio, etc. Not one of them is “perfect.” I doubt whoever penned this wants their past mistakes to dictate their future so why are we forcing it on Cruz, Trump or any other running conservative. Why such hatred of Cruz? Of Trump? One of these 2 will win it most likely get it. We’re stronger if we present a united front and let the liberals know we WILL fight. So if Cruz doesn’t get it, whoever does has my vote and I beg all other conservatives out there to do the same. We cannot stand another 4 to 8 years of democratic bull. As the Bible says, a house divided against itself cannot stand. Don’t let the conservative party fall! God bless you all and VOTE. Don’t be a whiny crybaby. That’s what the bleeding heart liberals do. STAND BEHIND YOUR PARTY.

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  31. Sandy says:

    Oh good grief.
    Cruz never lied, his staff ran with a CNN story.

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  32. Richard Channing says:

    In defense of the Cruz Clan, I have no intention of voting for anybody other than Trump.

    Rafael keeps getting creepier and Jorge Rubio thinks he’s too slick for the rest of us. They should pair up to run against the Castros.

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  33. Really funny how CNN lies about Carson, then Cruz picks up the story and runs with it, then Carson goes on CNN condemning Cruz and not saying not a word of what CNN did in the first place. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDpQMeO3i_A

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  34. FatLadySings4U says:

    Last night on Breitbart News they had an article about the Carson Campaign’s accusations regarding Cruz Campaign spreading rumors that Carson was dropping out. In the comments section, I saw someone say that they saw a post by a man named Dan Gabriel that said Carson was dropping out.

    One of my other friends just shared this article on FB. Apparently, the “Dan Gabriel” referenced in the Brietbart comments last night, is Cruz’s PR guy. He’s trying to blame the Cruz lie about Carson, on Trump!

    BREAKING: Ted Cruz’s PR Guy Who Slanders Trump for Carson Lie is Founder of Shilling Company

    http://www.impulsetoday.com/breaking-ted-cruzs-pr-guy-who-slanders-trump-for-carson-lie-is-founder-of-shilling-company/

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  35. Justice_099 says:

    I am really beginning to believe that the Cruz supporters are all just 4chan trolls trying to mess with the GOP nomination.

    There is no way these people are conservatives.

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  36. Bystander says:

    i stopped considering Ted Cruz as an option the more I saw of him. But what seaked the deal for me was the fact he hired Jeff Roe as his campaign manager. Roe’s tactics were implicated in the suicide of Tom Schweich who was running for governor of Missouri.

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  37. Pingback: Will Ted Cruz Be Able To UNITE The Great Divide All Across The Board? This Is Doubtful. | The Mad Jewess

  38. Founding Fathers Fan says:

    Cruz is a lawyer and a politician. His lips were moving, so I knew he was lying.

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  39. Ted Cruz literally just makes my skin crawl now. He is a complete liar you would think he would be ashamed of himself. Technically Cruz may have won but he’s a lying cheater which makes him a loser.

    “If the ploy caused Cruz to gain just 4 votes in each Republican precinct, it was the margin of his victory over second-place Donald Trump”

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3427846/Carson-team-accuses-Cruz-campaign-dirty-tricks-claiming-told-supporters-dropping-out.html#ixzz3z5HerKgt

    Ted Cruz’s PR Guy Who Slanders Trump for Carson Lie is Founder of Shilling Company
    http://www.impulsetoday.com/breaking-ted-cruzs-pr-guy-who-slanders-trump-for-carson-lie-is-founder-of-shilling-company/

    Cruz said in a statement Tuesday that his campaign staff saw a CNN report that Carson was dropping out, although CNN had not characterized Carson’s actions that way.
    http://www.cnn.com/2016/02/02/politics/ted-cruz-ben-carson-apology/index.html

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  40. barton2016 says:

    Another SLEAZEBALL lawyer. Cruz is the last type of person we need in DC

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  41. This is a spot on article. I have written 8 articles now on Cruz and his globalist ways. This is not to mention his heretical doctrine in Christianity which is so much like Islam. Remember that his father has never pastored a church, he’s never been to seminary, and he got his so-called divinity degree from Purifying Fire Ministries which is Benny Hinn’s wife, Suzanne. They are into the New Apostolic Reform and Dominionism. So what is dominionism? It is the doctrine that believes in a theocracy (leaders of all politics of their doctrine only), a theonomy (all base on Old Testament law) and that the 613 Old Testament laws, other than a few dietary restrictions, are still in force. They believe in stoning sinners in the street. Forget about Christ and repentance and forgiveness and salvation, if you’re a homosexual, an adulterer, a disobedient child, or take the name of the Lord in vain, you should be stoned in the street.

    Dr. Gary North, one of the devout leaders of Dominionism has actually stated this in his books. But aside from this crazy religion that Teddy Cruz and his father cling to, the church Teddy goes to in Houston is steeped in this stuff…and lo and behold, Ted doesn’t Tithe or give according to IRS forms…how interesting for such a “devout” Christian as he claims he is.

    Globalist to the core, North American Union, Constitutional Convention, trade deals, fast tracking, and the dominionist preachers laying hands on him and declaring him a new king of politics…anointed is what his father said…good grief! Are the American Christians so ignorant of their Bibles that they buy into this phony rhetoric? I guess they are…and who is to blame? The pulpits of course.

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  42. joshua says:

    Ted speaks to voters:

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  43. Fran Tatsch says:

    Cruz professes to be a Christian with Christian values but he lies about Dr. Carson. I wonder what other lies he has told. He has lost my trust! Once a liar always a liar. Misrepresantation! Unforgivable!

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