Senator Ted Cruz Continues Fleecing The Sheeple – Professional “Grubering”…

This is more than a little funny.  Senator Ted Cruz must not be having much success fundraising for his re-election campaign, as his latest publicity stunt outlines:

In essence, the architect of Obama’s Fast Track Trade Promotion Authority bill is using the border wall, which he is paid to oppose, as a tool to “gruber” his sheeple followers.  Judging by the number of people responding to the tweet, he’s found a goldmine.

As many people are aware, Senator Cruz is part of the ‘controlled opposition’ ploy.  As a dedicated UniParty benefactor of the U.S. CoC lobbying expenditures Ted’s role is to plow through the political field giving a crony-constitutional impression of one thing while loyally working to deliver the end result of the thing he optically rails against, like TPP or TPA.

The El Chapo/wall angle as a narrative and fundraising mechanism, is similar to the dead-end ploy previously exhibited by Senator Rand Paul in last month’s ObamaCare repeal narrative used as his fundraising tool.   Both are fallacies of false choice.  Both have no foundation in actual goal or intention.  Both are ruses.

Almost all of these donors are Washington DC lobbyists. All of them directly funding Ted Cruz, not a Super-PAC, his direct campaign. – SEE FOR YOURSELF – The entire statement:

…”I will never get — nor do I want — money from the DC lobbyists”…

…is a flat out lie. It is not a misstatement, it is a complete and total falsehood.

♦ Then take a look at the #2 Bullet Point: “After winning Iowa the Washington cartel is most certainly more determined than ever defeat me”. Again, look at the truth:

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Stand for Truth is the Super-PAC of Mitch McConnell’s attorney. You don’t get much more “inside the DC cartel” than that. Notice they were funding support for Ted Cruz in Iowa. –SEE FOR YOURSELF – See All Filings HERE

It certainly doesn’t appear the DC Cartel was ever out to defeat Ted Cruz.

This is what we reference when we point out that almost all of Ted Cruz supporters have some weird ideological way to reconcile being lied to based on some odd, possibly religious, need to believe -against all common sense- what is factually taking place.

Even when presented with this factual information which proves, beyond any doubt, that Ted Cruz is lying to his supporters in his campaign letters, somehow they are able to disconnect themselves from the sunlight of truth and retain a belief he’s not lying to them.   It’s odd, really odd.

Additionally, you might remember seeing Senator Rand Paul on TV for 10-consecutive-days (just this past March), proclaiming that RyanCare must be defeated.

Toward that end Senator Paul put on a tuxedo went to the House of Representatives, lobbied them personally, and handed out instructions and books telling Hillary’s Favorite Caucus (HFC) if they simply blocked President Trump and Secretary Price he (Paul) would, within two weeks, provide a clean repeal bill from the Senate.  Senator Rand Paul said he and Senator Ted Cruz and Senator Mike Lee already had the legislation written for the clean repeal.  Senator Paul stated if the House members simply followed his plan he would guarantee the “repeal only” bill would advance within two weeks.

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Well?

The reality is the primary opposition to President Trump’s not Democrats in the House and Senate; the true reality is the most virulent strain of opposition to Trump is from the Republican UniParty members.   Rand Paul and Ted Cruz have a role to play in facilitating that opposition.  They’ve been tag-teaming on that approach for several years.

This is the same UniParty that approved Trade Promotion Authority, a Republican Bill, that allowed President Obama to construct TPP and congress reversed the threshold for approval – making it necessary for two-thirds of the Senate to oppose passage to stop it, instead of two-thirds necessary to approve passage.  ♦Why would a republican controlled congress make it easier for Obama-Trade to pass and make it harder to stop?

This is the same UniParty that has refused to accept the ‘Notification of Intent’ letter from Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross permitting him to renegotiate NAFTA.  ♦Why would a republican controlled congress block President Trump from re-negotiating NAFTA?

♦ Why did it take over four months for the Senate to confirm Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue or Ron Rosenstein to be Deputy Attorney General?

When eventually brought up for a vote Perdue passed 87-11, and Rosenstein passed 94-6.

So why the lengthy delay? (hint: it wasn’t Democrats)

And President Trump is still waiting on confirmation of U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer. ♦WHY?

 

Go back and look at the lobbying money spent by the U.S. CoC and who they gave it to.

You see, this is where CTH refuses to be co-dependents in our own abuse.  We fully understand, and more importantly ‘accept’, the DC UniParty congress has no intention of: Providing a budget to lower spending; repealing and replacing ObamaCare; allowing enforcement of immigration law to include deportation and a southern border wall.

It can be difficult to accept these realities.  It can be difficult to confront your abuser.  However, until the larger electorate understand the structural concept of the UniParty, there will be hours-upon-hours of talking in circles, and tens of thousands of column inches typed in an effort to reconcile the irreconcilable and avoid accepting the diagnosis:

….Battered Conservative Syndrome !

Codependent no more!

The ongoing K-Street corporate Wall Street legislative agenda consists of broad principles (financial global items) and some core priorities that have been paid for:

  • Comprehensive immigration reform to include amnesty.
  • Blockage of any Southern Border Security Wall.
  • Blocking any effort to repeal or renegotiate NAFTA.
  • The retention of ObamaCare without repeal
  • Growth of government to the benefit of the investing class.

Toward those ends, U.S. CoC President Tom Donohue, acting as front-man, has invested over $400 million in advance payments to House and Senate leaders and members.

Senate Leader Mitch McConnell, House Speaker Paul Ryan, along with Senators like Ted Cruz and Rand Paul have a unified objective to defend the W.S. Agenda items. President Donald Trump, representing main street, is opposed to the Wall Street legislative agenda and therefore an existential threat to the entire apparatus.

President Trump’s policies are “America’s Interests First”.  Hence, he is at an ideological impasse with the republican and democrat UniParty.

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237 Responses to Senator Ted Cruz Continues Fleecing The Sheeple – Professional “Grubering”…

  1. Sentient says:

    Brilliant summation and reminder.

    Liked by 25 people

  2. myrightpenguin says:

    Cruz and Mark Levin are partners in crime. Cruz isn’t helping Trump. I noticed how he went quiet on healthcare and left it to Rand Paul and others to pick up the pieces. Instead he keeps on saying guff about “keeping promises”, which obviously is a hint at his and Levin’s ambitions for 2020. This is what I believe the whole construct of Conservative Review TV was about. Unfortunately for Levin (launched just before the election), Trump won, so these two sneaky individuals tweaked their strategy a little.

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    • sundance says:

      The Republican apparatus is predictable.

      1) drumbeat a narrative that Trump is not going to follow through. etc.
      2) divide Trump from his supporters.
      3) step in to fill the void and gain back political position.

      Simple UniParty political strategy. Sad thing is so many people fall for it.

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    • Orygun says:

      The launching of Conservative Review and using its scorecard on who is a conservative and then having Breitbart show it every time their names are mentioned to reinforce the names of the so called real conservatives was pretty obvious. It all fell apart when Trump started running and people really started looking at the so called conservatives as spelled out by the Conservative Review(Mark Levin).

      What struck me at first was how rude Cruz’s operatives were. You either drank their koolaid or you were shouted down. When you look at the timelines and the people involved it was a massive fraud on the electorate.

      Some people still will not believe that Cruz was just a manipulator. Go figure!

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  3. Pam says:

    Look Sundance, right on cue!

    Liked by 11 people

    • Whaddya know… headed right on over to fixandfriends in the morning. Who’d a thunk it?

      Liked by 4 people

    • MrE says:

      Color me suprised! (I’m not)

      Liked by 1 person

      • COLibertyBelle says:

        Color me NOT WATCHING!!! Had to deep six my morning dose of F&F this morning when they dragged out Kasich and his dog &pony show, peddling a new book. Gagged me, he’s so pathetic.

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    • LoveofUSA says:

      Gee. Cruz is as delusional as ever. He even mimiced the President Trump’s line trying to be more relevant than President Trump.
      When Cruz came back with this ‘idea’ today, I thought, ah-oh, what is Cruz’s up to this time? The con artist is baaccckkk,

      Time to put the watchful ‘cold anger’ glare on Cruz and his ilks.

      Thank you. Sundance, for the review article.

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  4. Disgusting.. I was a huge Cruz fan at first, read his book, all chips in, hook-line & sinker.. What’s not to love about the whole “Mr. Smith goes to Washington” bit? My Wife didn’t trust him at all and was a Trump Supporter from the get go.. well I had to eat crow on that one, but gladly.

    I can’t stand Cruz at all, anymore.

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    • mopar2016 says:

      Don’t ever trust Cruz.
      The Cubanadian and his (CFR) wife worked on the failed “North American Union” project for Dubya in 2005. He cloture voted for TPA, and he voted for a resolution that would allow any other country to join TPP if it passed. At one point he lobbied the senate for a 500% increase in H1B visas, amnesty and a doubling of green cards. He voted for the Corker bill which allowed 0bama to enable Iran with nukes and money.
      Ever wonder why Ted hasn’t sued the National Enquirer? Me either.

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    • LoveofUSA says:

      Cruz was allowed to run when he wasn’t even qualified to run.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      When Cruz changed sales pitch writers, was when I left for good and hopped the Trump Train. Cruz apparently used a true believer of some kind before that, and his shtick was more believable by orders of magnitude. But when Cruz switched to the same people he’s using now, his smarmy liar side just came through so badly, even the voice of his ads changed.

      Methinks his earlier writer either got wise, or could not traffic in the needed lies.

      Cruz is interesting in that his cover is sometimes too good – meaning it does damage to the UniParty. His line about us not becoming Al Qaeda’s air force was presumably intended to make sure the US kept the Syria battle where Cankles wanted it – out of actual military hands. The problem was that it fed the “conservative peacenik” movement that killed Jeb’s “Iraq 2.0” pitch in 2016.

      If that happens here it will be because Cruz just gave us too good of a reality check on wall construction.

      The larger constuct is that good ideas as propaganda are still good ideas, and can become troublesome when they escape control by the propagandists.

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  5. rsanchez1990 says:

    It’s just virtue signaling by Ted Cruz. Bernie does the same thing when he puts forth a bill to raise the national minimum wage. These ideas don’t have a snowball’s chance in hell of becoming legislation, but they sure make voters feel good. Meanwhile, they punt on actual work like confirming President Trump’s nominees, passing Healthcare and tax reform that works for the people and not the special interests, and letting the President proceed with NAFTA renegotiations.

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  6. Sylvia Avery says:

    Oh rats. Just when I started to have a quiver of positive feeling for Lyin’ Ted today after hearing this news. I actually thought, “Maybe he’s not so bad!” Sigh. Thank God He saw fit to put Donald Trump in office. I appreciate the case being made once again. I’ll try to keep up.

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  7. JoD says:

    Lyin’ Ted

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  8. FLEEVY says:

    Gruberin’ Ted!

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  9. Alf says:

    It’s a ploy. Besides, even if they could get El Chapos money it would take many years to come to fruition. And finally, Trump proposed taking cartel money back in September.

    Having said that. Trump can do much more. He can at minimum stop taking in up to 800 DACAs per day. Also he can veto the CR bill and force the Uniparty to defeat his veto with 67 Senators and 67% of the House.

    Been waiting on the wall since Reagan’s Amnesty. Also, the Fence Act of 2006 allocated over 1 billion for the wall. Trump isn’t hammering this point. We can’t keep moving the goalpost and kicking the can. Trump can’t continue caving.

    Force the Uniparty to overcome Trump’s veto. If they can manage that so be it.

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    • Sentient says:

      Speaking of ploys, they’re back to “drones”. Seriously.
      https://mobile.twitter.com/kausmickey/status/856669982498766848

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    • The Fed. Gov’t has the money, fuhgettaboutit! It’s all fungible.
      This is nothing more than political hacks playing political games for political ploy to gain political points.
      Don’t fall for the usual BS.
      Trust Pres. Trump.

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      • I’m giving President Trump a wide berth, not because I don’t want to see the changes that we all dream of, but I understand that unraveling schemes takes counter-schemes. If he doesn’t play his hand correctly, then we all lose.

        Ideally, we could just cite the US Constitution and the forces that be, would just say “awe shucks” and pack their bags; unfortunately, they don’t much care for the rules – mainly because our Citizens aren’t tuned in enough to keep score.

        At this point, I just want to leave my Kiddos a better Country than what’s currently our reality. Things are lookin’ up, and we’ve come a long way baby!

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    • TreeperInTraining says:

      Agreed….1000 percent. Political mojo of this type will only last so long.

      Will revisit the wall funding in the fall? Might I ask what will have changed come fall? Will the Democrats have a change of heart by then? Will the Rebublicrats feel forced to concede on the wall in the fall season?

      What am I missing?

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      • wheatietoo says:

        It will be closer to 2018…an election year.

        But I am hoping that Pres Trump does something else before then.
        Like…pushing for a 5% tax on money transfers to Mexico.

        He might push to get that included in the Banking Reform bill.

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      • graciegram says:

        What will be different is that there won’t be a CR in the works this fall. President Trump doesn’t need to slow down momentum for healthcare and tax reform with “shutting down the government” crap talk. The wall will be built. With so much to fix after 16 years of mismanagement of this country, he needs to prioritize and I trust him to do it right.

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  10. snaggletooths says:

    Could not pay me to vote for Lyin Ted he is smarmy to say the least the cruzbots will be out defending him. Will Lyin Ted have Glen Beck campaign for him the next time he runs, I hope so that way he can lose in Iowa & be done in one.

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  11. So when do the trials and subsequent convictions begin? I want to see the Ted Bundy Cruz Cartel wiped out, the Rand Paul Controlled Opposition efforts exposed and wiped out, and any member of “government” working from the dole of We the People and CoC funding actively working AGAINST We the People tried and fried, however one wishes to take that statement…

    It’s complicated business, but treason and sedition are treason and sedition! Actively working against the people and the President’s America First agenda is what only a traitor would do… & it’s time the “government” fear The People, because LIBERTY!!!

    Right? I can’t be the only one who has had all they can take of the sickness that is psycho-political machinations and bovine scat. Can I?

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    • LoveofUSA says:

      No, you’re not alone, I’m with you. All the way

      Liked by 3 people

    • LoveofUSA says:

      Rod Rosenstein got confirmed today, so AG Sessions will get more help this and things will move forward at the right timing.
      In the meantime the cold anger glare will have to do for now.
      Stand in the gap with prayers.

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      • copperchief says:

        With you both, Patriots. We must stand strong and clear minded. “I would have lost hope, unless I had believed, I would see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living. Wait on the Lord, and he will strengthen your heart. Wait I say on the Lord.” I am clinging to Psalm 27:13-14 with all my might and pray to remain steadfast with good courage.

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    • blognificentbee says:

      Ted Buddy Cruz – I love it!

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  12. bulwarker says:

    Did Cruz ever sort out his improper (illegal) nondisclosure of funds to the bank when acquiring funds for his senate campaign?
    Seems like its been dropped, like the investigation into the Clinton Foundation…

    Liked by 3 people

  13. Kaco says:

    Why don’t we call them on this game? What are they doing with the seized assets? What are they going to spend it on? Is it ours to keep? I know they are fighting against us but why not force them to put their money where their mouth is? When will WE rise up? Or do we remain battered and inactive?

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  14. Fe says:

    We need God to intervene again, remove the corrupt politicians and drain the swamp.

    #operationpraypraypray

    Liked by 15 people

    • Our Natural Creator gave us free will to do for ourselves, and a constitution to work from… I wonder if He is saying the same thing you said about us! 😉

      Liked by 1 person

      • Fe says:

        I see the wink, but I can be slow. I’m not sure what you mean? Yes God gave us free will, and gave the founding fathers the wisdom to create the constitution. Oh never mind. Maybe I just need to take a CTH break and do other things for awhile.

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        • positron1352 says:

          I agree with you, Fe. There is a limit as to what we can and will do. Those of us who are responsible people, tend not to protest or march. We work with the system, express our views, and take action where we can. The rest is in the hands of our all powerful God. He does intervene but it’s His plan, not ours that counts.

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          • US says:

            We dan do some things. Like donating to CT.

            I am amazed at all I learn here. I know Cruz is a weasel (and friend of Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity and Mark Levin) but before June 16 2015 even donated to his campaign.

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        • Kaco says:

          How about we pray to give us the wherewithal to take a unified action instead of sitting here remaining battered conservatives? The least we can do is say, okay everybody, flood congress with calls, emails, or faxes and this is what you should say.

          I already got a response from an “action” I took on numbersusa.com.

          I read these things on here and feel pretty worthless, hiding in a bubble. I will make my own rounds but it would be better optics if it was a movement that we aren’t buying their lies and we expect action on the wall and the funds for it that will cost far less than the annual cost of illegal immigration, let alone reduce the man power needed at the border due to a permanent wall.

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        • The Founders fought, or we wouldn’t even have a constitution and may likely be all commenting here while having a spot of tea… just sayin’!

          If we do not do for ourselves, we will always get what “they” say we get, like it or not.

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    • Texian says:

      He gave us the tools to intervene through Great Men via the Constitution.. It is of my opinion that prayers should be for the strength to use them..

      Liked by 3 people

    • LoveofUSA says:

      YES!!!!!
      operation pray pray pray

      Let them be confounded and dismayed forever;
      Yes, let them be put to shame and perish,
      That they may know that You, whose name alone is the Lord,
      Are the Most High over all the earth.

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    • God’s got this…remember Mark Taylor’s prophecy that He would remove the corrupt, whether in Govt, the Church, Business, where ever. God is done playing games and He will remove those corrupted souls!

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      • And how will the Creator remove them? By using others who aren’t corrupt of course.

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        • Kaco says:

          I emailed Ryan, see below, I encourage others to follow suit, wish it would be a flood. I read on here that some years back the Tea Party activists did a pink slip campaign they sent Congress. I pray but we have to at least show how much we stand behind President Trump.

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          • churchmouse says:

            Perhaps cc someone at the White House, possibly Stephen Miller, so that someone from the Trump team can see the letter/email.

            Ryan’s office won’t care if letters or emails are sent to the Speaker alone.

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        • Jenny R says:

          God uses corrupt people, people with feet of clay to work his will all the time — heck, David had his most loyal general set up so he could get the dude’s wife, and he was the apple of God’s eye. Matthew was a tax collector (not a popular vocation); Thomas was a cynic; Peter was a bit of a punk.
          Sometimes (often really) the ones he wants to punish take it upon themselves — look at Solomon.

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      • Fe says:

        GG, I absolutely agree. 😎

        When I make a comment on CTH, I’m always trying to be positive. THC’s comment to me made no sense.

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  15. LARS says:

    It is a uniparty and we (American tax slaves) are not invited.

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    • sundance says:

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      • I’ve been saying that for three months. Congress is standing around with their hands in their pockets like newbs on a construction site, because K Street is paralyzed on the bill writing.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          This. K Street is like a bunch of rookie Roves and baby Batchelders, twiddling their dry-erase markers and asking Mommy if Muh Russia Impeachment is working yet, to make the bad Trump monster go away.

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          • Kaco says:

            Are you speaking of Batchelder from Ohio?

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              Actually Lauren Batchelder, the infamous young aide to Ayotte who shilled for Jeb against Trump. She was textbook UniParty operative. Bright future in GOP politics up to that point. MSM did a cuddle article on her recently. “La pobrecita! She had no intention of becoming infamous, except for mean old President Trump” LOL. Her Lewinsky “victim” cries fall on my deaf ears.

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              • Kaco says:

                Wow, I didn’t know who she was, lol! I saw her on the Can’t Stump the Trump video, I didn’t follow before when it actually took place. I tried looking up to see if she was related to William but can’t find a link, I would imagine it would have been mentioned. I saw she had a picture with Marco Rubio, too, but claims she’s a Democrat but stated “I think it’s important to volunteer with people you don’t agree with”?????… riiiight, a NeverTrumper more likely.

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        • eagledriver50 says:

          Let them stay that way so we don’t get our pockets picked. These critters need to get cleaned out…time to march!!!

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  16. MrE says:

    DefeaTED is a snake oil salesman. $$$ and power are all he cares about; he’ll tell any lie and scam any voter he can to get them.

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  17. Stockburn says:

    Lying Ted

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  18. Gil says:

    This is about one level up from being pizzagate, and its all proven to be true. Cruzbots got whipped up by the likes of Glenn Beck and still stuck with Cruz.
    People still voted for mccain. People still voted for ryan. And the swamp extends all the way to hell if you care to dive in.
    I say it only half jokingly, but it should read “battered congress critter syndrome” that feeling you should show up and do your job according to the constitution and law or end up getting a beat down.

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  19. Donna in Oregon says:

    Just let me know when it’s time to protest……screaming “Build the Wall” outside of Capitol Hill.

    Or even something as mundane as writing Tom Donahue US Chamber of Commerce “I know what you did” to stop the Trump agenda. Why don’t these people feel uncomfortable for a while? I’ve been uncomfortable since President Reagan left.

    Why shouldn’t these rich Globalist jerks feel some pressure?

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  20. ginaswo says:

    He holds the Bible high!
    But then, he puts down the Bible…and he LIIIIES!!!
    LYIN’ TED!!! LYIN’ TED!!!! LYIN’ TED!!!!

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Beyond being true, true, true, those were good times. I remember those rallies. Justice raining down on the patent medicine liars and their shill barkers, leaving them yelling at thinning crowds of dubious battered conservatives. Doctor Trump’s lecture, “Real Advances in American Politics Are Possible” was bringing them in. Snake Oil Ted, headed for defeat.

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  21. Lordy I hate the emails that begin “friend”…. you aint earned it, i don’t want it, you have revealed yourselves you smug duplicitous skanks! I am a Christian, and forgiving, but i am not stupid, will no longer be duped and am NOT, repeat NOT your friend… carry on and get lost!!

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  22. Tejas Rob says:

    Well, hell, this sounds like nothing will ever get dome unless President Trump can do it by executive order. The only thing we can do is vote against these a-holes come mid-terms.

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    • Is that really all we can do?

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    • Alf says:

      Trump can force the Uniparty to beat his veto. Trump already gave up his leverage though. Only God knows why. I guess we’ll keep kicking the can. I picked up something from KellyAnne Conway today that I haven’t seen posted anywhere else. Today she said they will push for funding the wall later this year in October “or next year”. I translate this as it’s not happening.

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      • snaggletooths says:

        Trump Organization had revenue of 9.5 billion in 2016
        has 22,450 employees he amassed all that giving up leverage along the way../s
        Trump is a brilliant strategist seen it again & again he plays the long game.

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      • piper567 says:

        TRUMP said, today, 4/25/17, that The Wall is going forward.
        Is he lying? I don’t think so.
        What about you?
        (Thus was the first Q someone asked him at the Farmer’s Roundtable.)

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    • sundance says:

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      • Trust, believe and carry on to MAGA! TRUMP said it, he meant it and he won’t let us down!

        Do y’all remember: “I will never lie to you I will always tell you the truth” Well count me a believer and Truster in Trump/Trump45! He has proved his mettle beyond worth. I’m in…all in to the end, have been from the beginning and will keep on Trusting and believing to the end. Rally up!! Rally time! Get ready!! It.Is.On!!! Gumby dang it!! Get on board! Choo!Choo!!💖

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    • Texian says:

      Elections are all rigged Tejas.. It’s FUBAR..

      The election of Sir Trump was an anomaly.. a miscalculation by those behind the curtain.. and they will make sure it doesn’t happen again.. (the Ryan/Nehlen election for example. Congress has what, a 2% approval rating and Ryan wins – 84% to 15% – yeah right..).

      There is only one way out of this mess.. San Jacinto..

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      • Deb says:

        The election of Trump was an act of God. We Trump supporters assisted of course.

        We need to show up to town hall meetings, write letters, make phone calls, etc. They want to shut us up, discourage us. Being vocal is important. They need to know the wall is our agenda, the people’s agenda, and they work for us.

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      • Tejas Rob says:

        >There is only one way out of this mess.. San Jacinto..

        Deguello!

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    • “Oh ye of little faith”. That’s what my Mother used to tell me when I was whining and sounding like you Tejas Rob, getting my little girl panties in a bunch when I didn’t get what I should have right when I thought I should have whatever it was that I thought I should have at the time that I thought I should have whatever it was and so it went on and on and on…..
      Only the ‘faith of a mustard seed’; that was the other thing (I didn’t understand) that my Mother used to tell me.
      Finally; “Patience is a virtue” (she would add: “you have none young lady but you will learn patience before you die.”).

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  23. MaineCoon says:

    I always supported Trump, but at the beginning many thought Cruz might be his VP. the minute I found out his wife worked for GS and GS gave him that ~1M (?) loan he ‘forgot’ to disclose, I knew he was a snake in the grass.

    SD, I agree that Cruz supporters overlook his lie and for some it might be a religious thing. Sadly there are many nominal Christians – name only. They don’t have a personal relationship with Christ and don’t know the Word – so how can they recognize a wolf in sheep’s clothing?

    They can’t.

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  24. ALEX says:

    We shouldn’t forget the right media in all this. I graduated college in 91 and a very good economics teacher told me about Limbaugh my junior year….I have followed all of these people off and on since then, which was basically the beginning….

    It’s all a big fraud folks and obviously Sundance and the vast majority of us get this. A nobody like Ted Cruz who has accomplished absolutely nothing was a set up like JEB!

    All we have is President Trump. I voted for a complete break with as much of the past as possible. I will not back down and I don’t care to criticize my President even if he warranted it…This goes way beyond bickering, someone’s feelings or one particular issue…

    MAGA

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  25. BG2 says:

    Hint Ted: you don’t actually disclose that your top contributor is the Club for Growth. You do understand that these are globalist crony corporates looking for legislative advantage…..errrr, don’t you?

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  26. Wingman says:

    Trump had him pegged. LYIN TED

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  27. alliwantissometruth says:

    “It can be difficult to accept these realities. It can be difficult to confront your abuser. However, until the larger electorate understand the structural concept of the UniParty, there will be hours-upon-hours of talking in circles, and tens of thousands of column inches typed in an effort to reconcile the irreconcilable and avoid accepting the diagnosis:
    ….Battered Conservative Syndrome!”

    I’m sorry, but I call it “Battered Moron Syndrome”

    I used to understand how Americans could be fooled by shifty politicians & corrupt political operatives posing as journalists. Hell, years ago, I was one of them

    Back then it was thought our “leaders” & media still possessed a shred of integrity & decency. We didn’t know any better

    But today we do. With the internet & all of it’s stories regarding the true nature of what’s been going on, there’s simply no excuse to remain ignorant & uninformed. There’s absolutely no excuse to blindly support a party because “they’re one of us”

    Look at the f***ing morons in Wisconsin who still voted for Ryan. Why? (doing my best hick voice) “well, he’s one of us, duh huh, duh huh”

    It’s the utter morons who are too stupid & apathetic to take an hour to research what the candidates are all about, they’re the problem

    Our country is being run by globalist’s and the radical left. We’re being displaced by illegal & legal invaders. We have mobs of ultra violent lunatics running around attacking citizens with inpunity

    And so called conservatives can’t take the time to research & educate themselves as not to continue electing those who allow it?

    Again, there’s no more excuses for it. It’s too in your face to ignore

    I don’t want to disparage Sundances great definition here, so let me edit mine…

    “Battered Conservative Moron Syndrome”

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    • alliwantissometruth says:

      “impunity”

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      • LoveofUSA says:

        Remember: Voter Fraud is still a problem.
        We need Monster Votes again.
        Interesting that Congress still won’t talk about Voter Reform, either.
        The Wall and nation-wide voter reform are two issues that can have serious consequences if we don’t get them soon, and Congress knows that.

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        • cozette says:

          Get Pence to clean up the vote in time for 2018. It’s the one job the president gave him.

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          • copperchief says:

            “…there’s simply no excuse to remain ignorant & uninformed. There’s absolutely no excuse to blindly support a party because “they’re one of us”…” ^THIS^ is why I have zero tolerance for people who smugly voice political opinions (“right”, “left”, or “mostly nebulous”) who oh-so obviously are parroting MSM double-speak or politically correct “peer” positions. If they dare go there with me these days, it is much to their dismay. Apathy and ignorance are absolutely unacceptable if we have any desire to regain and retain our American republic.

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  28. Plain Jane says:

    Darn. I thought he had a change of heart and was going to work with PDJT on the wall. Can’t believe I’m still so naive.

    Thank you Sundance for slapping me upside of the head with another dose of reality.

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  29. Billy Bob says:

    Who is worse; Ted Cruz or the typical liberal? I’m not sure. It’s a tossup.

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  30. wheatietoo says:

    Cruz is grandstanding…again.

    This is like his ‘Petition to Abolish the IRS’.
    He asked people to sign his petition…at a time when Obama had weaponized the IRS to persecute conservatives.

    I mean, Ted wasn’t thinking about the welfare of anyone who might sign his self-aggrandizing ‘Petition’.
    This much was sure.
    Signing that would only make those people a Target of Obama’s IRS.
    But Ted didn’t care.

    I still hope the good people of Texas will primary Lyin Ted.
    Because I don’t think he can win reelection against whatever Democrat runs against him.
    He has damaged himself too much.

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  31. Terry Frame says:

    I only want to know if potus knows this is going on. Does he really know who the obstructionists are?

    Liked by 2 people

    • sunnydaze says:

      I’m sure he does. He gives them enough time to out themselves.

      Liked by 4 people

    • I look at it this way,Terry Frame, if I can figger it out, and you can figger it out and it’s all laid out to millions and millions of people world wide on the internet by Sundance here at the CTH, well, it’s more than likely President Donald J. Trump has got it figgered out too.
      Frankly, He’s figgered it out long, long ago and wants the rest of us to figger it out so he can do the job he set out to do to fix the problems in this country that he has been speaking about and writing op-eds about since the early 1980’s when he was all about rebuilding New York City and getting screwed over by the government for just being a regular, ordinary businessman, who loved his country, wanted to lived a good life, have kids, raise them up in the right way, make money and be happy. Have a nice day thing. But it got complicated because he’s a complicated and complex guy and always sees a bigger picture and finds the better solution to fix the bigger problems that get in his way and here we are today.

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  32. alliwantissometruth says:

    The typical liberal will tell you to your face what they want. Cruz will deceive you

    That’s the difference

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  33. positron1352 says:

    The numbers, the math, is in their favor, the Uniparty, but God elected Trump. 🙂

    Liked by 4 people

    • mike says:

      The numbers, the math, is in their favor,…
      The illegals votes, the SJW multi voters by the busload all day long, the dead….

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  34. fleporeblog says:

    SD on February 24th you wrote the following thread

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/04/21/omb-director-mick-mulvaney-discusses-the-pending-economic-policy-confrontation/comment-page-2/#comment-3840590

    From the link

    Tom Donohue (U.S. CoC) already lost hundreds of millions when his construct (his team actually did the writing) of TPP was lost due to Donald Trump. Donohue’s TPP loss followed the loss of Comprehensive Immigration Reform (2014 Dave Brat), and his loss of Common Core Education standards, again with Donald Trump.

    The Big Club has already lost hundreds of millions of dollars to our President. Am I to assume somehow he will win with the items you listed above and nothing can be done by our Lion?

    As for Obozocare, our President has the backing of a federal judge who declared the Obama administration was unconstitutionally spending money to subsidize health insurers without obtaining an appropriation from Congress.

    http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-obamacare-court-ruling-20160512-snap-story.html

    Our AG will not fight this and will drop the appeal. Our President doesn’t have to provide a single dollar to subsidize health insurers meaning the remaining exodus will occur sooner rather than later. People will have a card and no doctors that will take it. If you think for a minute that this will mean single payer, I call BS.

    If you think for a minute that our President will consider any type of amnesty for DACA without that wall completely built, I call BS. By the time the wall is done, their won’t be many illegals left. In 6 months, ICE will go from 5,000 to 15,000 officers. Remember that item # 3 on the list of those that will be deported is those that have illegally used public assistance (welfare, Medicaid, IRS etc). In a year or so, ICE will be turning their attention to this group. The beauty with them is that we know their information. As soon as it begins, they will be self deporting in droves.

    Our President has already said he is going to cut 1 trillion dollars off the federal budget in 2018. If you think for a minute that he will sign a bill that doesn’t significantly cut the budget, I call BS. At that point he will shut the government down for good if need be. Republicans will be screwed because we will be less than a year from the 2018 election.

    Keep in mind that the Republican and Uniparty’s worst nightmare is that Democrats have 23 Senator seats up for reelection in 2018. 8 of the Democrats that are running in states our President won have approval ratings below 50%. States like Missouri (+18.7), Indiana (+19.3), Ohio (+8.1), South Dakota (+29.8), West Virginia (+42.1), Montana (+20.6), Michigan (+0.2), Florida (+1.2), Pennsylvania (+0.7) and Wisconsin (+0.8) all went for our President (margin of victory). This is war and I am so damn happy our Lion is leading the charge.

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  35. Pam says:

    This will strengthen Sundance’s point even further but no one here should be surprised by this at all.

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  36. Pam says:

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  37. LKA in LA says:

    I just sent this article to all persons I know who supported Ted Cruz. The fallout will be heavy but it was all I knew to do. Sundance using the word “impass” jolts me and I am hopeful this will light a fire to spread the word so they realize they were duped. Cruz did a good job with the religious trick so a lot of people I know feel shafted that Cruz didn’t get the slot. Sad but true.

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  38. Gil says:

    I know its a poll but i really have to imagine paul ryan crying about why dont people see how great i am?


    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/04/25/speaker-paul-ryans-approval-rating-plummets-fails-deliver-president-trump/

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  39. Niagara Frontier says:

    Do these Republican UniParty members believe that in the unlikely event they are somehow able to dispose of President Trump, that his supporters will dutifully fall in line behind them for lack of any alternative?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Deb says:

      They don’t care. They would be happy being the minority party again, they have the same goals as the Democrats. It’s the Uniparty. They want to discourage us so we drop out of the political process and they can go back to their globalist agenda without the pesky deplorables getting in the way.

      We need to keep up our morale, stay engaged, keep making noise. Call, write, go to town halls. Let them know the Trump agenda is the people’s agenda, and we won’t stop until we MAGA.

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  40. Omar Navarro Candidate for congress in the 43rd District of CA & supporter of the Constitution.

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  41. Watcher says:

    Teddy bear Cruz days as a senator are numbered.
    Even the ayatollah could primary him.

    Liked by 1 person

  42. Kaco says:

    All right, I just emailed Speaker Ryan, somebody had his contact info on here. This isn’t the best written letter, and it’s all over the map, but it’s late and I’m tired and frustrated. I encourage an onslaught of Treepers to flood Ryan. Pass his contact info on to other like-minded people.

    http://www.speaker.gov/contact

    Dear Speaker Ryan,

    I expect the border wall to be built. I expect our Republican Congress to approve the spending on this wall which will be far less than the cost of illegal immigration to us tax payers and middle America.

    There is a bill in congress to tax remittances to Mexico that can be passed for President Trump to sign. This can help pay for the wall. However, even without this bill, the money spent for the wall will be money well spent. We, the people, have spoken, we want President Trump’s agenda to be passed.

    Also, we want voter fraud to be looked into, you did not approve the funds for this issue. If you have any prayer of maintaining Republican majority in congress, I expect you to fund this and remedy the problem to reduce voter fraud. It has been discovered in states that it has occurred.

    We are watching who in Congress supports our President or who supports their donors and the Chamber of Commerce, instead of the American people, especially the declining middle class.

    Also, Border Adjustment Tax will not help the middle class and job growth, but targeted tariffs will.

    We also expect free market choices in healthcare.

    Expecting your support,
    {Kaco}

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    • Renee H says:

      Ryan is a weenie puppet of the globalists. The only wall built was the wall around his own personal residence. He cares not a wit for the people, only cares for himself. The names of the globalists need to be announced, and butts need to be kicked. NOW.

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  43. xyzlatin says:

    I remember before Pres Trump was elected, people said if he managed to get half his agenda through they would be happy with him. I think already he has reached that half but people are still bit**in. Maybe among the half not achieved will be the wall. I see all sorts of supposed supporters throwing tantrums because Pres Trump hasn’t tackled their particular reason for voting for him. Ann Coulter is one of the worst, but also Laura Ingraham, and Pat Buchanan plus reporters on Breitbart.

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    • Kaco says:

      Repeal and replace Obamacare is a biggie.

      The chants at the rallies were Build the Wall and Lock her up.

      I’d be very happy with the first, but still would like justice to be served, to at least somebody!

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      • LoveofUSA says:

        And voter Reform

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      • xyzlatin says:

        Pres Trump also played “We can’t always get what we want” at each rally. Weren’t you listening? Everybody would like a wall and I would like not only Hillary, but quite a few others locked up. However, if Pres Trump can get to 3% growth, get balanced trade, get millions of new jobs created, keep putting constitutionalist judges on the courts, upper and lower, capture and get rid of millions of illegal immigrant lawbreakers (even if Dacca remains), stop 80% of illegals arriving, would you dump him at the 2020 election because he has not built the wall or locked Hillary up?

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        • Deb says:

          Not building the wall is not an option. He campaigned on it. He needs to find a way around Congress. I have faith that he will, even if it takes longer than I’d like. We need to keep the pressure on Congress as well, we need to light up the phones and keep writing even if we are tired. PDT is working hard for us, we can keep up our end of the work.

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        • Kaco says:

          Having a wall will reduce the amount of work being done in stopping the border crossings. The border is still porous and although it has reduced, they are still getting in.

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      • SpanglishKC says:

        WALL IS A MUST

        Without a wall immigration control is at the wim of every future president and congress to enforce existing laws…in other words IGNORE the laws like Obama and the Uniparty did for the last 24+ years.

        A wall forces immigration transparency. If politicians want to increase immigration they will have to do it out in the open and not surreptitiously via the last 24 + years of lax enforcement.

        The WALL + new laws / regulations regarding HB1 now!!!

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  44. xyzlatin says:

    The elephant in the room in US politics, is how much money is needed to run a campaign. It is a fortune even for smaller mayoral campaigns. So therefore, only wealthy people can run, or people without wealth have to get sponsors. I see this situation getting worse all over the world, so the globalists/internationalists have more money and are able to move it from country to country (like Soros), and until this is addressed, the Republic will play out as a plaything of rich people, as it is now doing.

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  45. jdvalk says:

    If you and yours haven’t seen Mr. Smith Goes to Washington or it’s been a while, I can’t think of a more apt film to watch in the current climate.

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  46. LibertyVibe says:

    Lyin’ Ted never misses an opportunity to promote himself…no matter how shameless:

    Liked by 1 person

    • Renee H says:

      You are SO correct, LibertyVibe. People should go back and look at the interview of Cruz the Punk Kid on his bicycle when he was 17 years old. He was a punk then, and is a bigger punk now. NEVER trust a word that Cruz says. He is a total fraud, a major con artist and is marinating in “Punk-ness”.

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  47. BG2 says:

    The reason the Republicans, (eg. Ryan, Cruz) have given up is that they truly believe there is no possibility in the future that the US will not be run by a combination of Uniparty global corporatists governing and media shaping opinion.
    They regard any other view as hopelessly naive and impossible.

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  48. Fingolfin says:

    Sigh… posts like these are beyond frustrating Sundance.

    How can you so clearly see and describe the battlefield (or chessboard), AND NOT ALSO EXPLAIN HOW PDJT CAN OUTMANEUVER AND DESTROY THEM?

    (n.b. apologies if you know what Trump can/should/will do, but don’t want to share publicly given how many swamp rats and uniparty insiders read the CTH).

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  49. SpanglishKC says:

    Dear RECOVERING / RELAPSING CRUZ supporters,

    We are fighting a war and our leader is Trump and those whom he selects to fight with him in his Administration. They are our only allies in this war. We have no one else in goverment (except us of course).

    If you anyone (other than SD) ever posts anything positive about Cruz again I will no longer read your comments. Often I think of replying to your comments, but what’s the point? You NEED HELP. Please get it. Cruz is a liar, a weasel and his WORDS do NOT matter. It will take YEARS of positive AMERICA FIRST ACTION for CRUZ to PROVE he has rehabbed himself.

    So Ex-Cruzers…please take the next 7 + years to get into a good batterer conservative help program.

    SUGGESTION: 1) Read the CTH everyday. 2) Never EVER offer a pro-Cruz comment for at least 3 years 3) Stop listening to talk radio especially Levin and Beck 4) Find ways to support his EXCELLENCY and be a warrior. You will looks back on these years and be proud of yourself and so will your family.

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    • Renee H says:

      Ha! Great post SpanglishKC! Should Cruz ever “rehab” himself, he needs to first pick a country of which he would prefer to become a citizen. From my research, it looks like Punk Cruz, after he gave up his Canadian citizenship, may be a man who is a citizen of no country, including and especially the USA.

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