You can take him out of New Yawwwk, but you can't take the gum out of his mouth. An old cliche, but true all the same.
But his money can't buy me.
Nor many other strong Christian conservatives that I know.
AND, he will lose his mind if Cruz beats him again. He better hope Cruz doesn't surge like he did in Iowa.
Nope it cant buy class but it can buy Cruz.....ask Goldman Sachs
Speaking of what money can buy – Ted Cruz supported TPA to the point that he knew it had enough support that it would pass, then backed off so he could later lie and claim he didn’t support TPA.
Speaking of what money can buy – Ted Cruz fought vigorously to expand legal immigration and to get “legal status” for illegal immigrants that are already in the U.S. and then later lied about having done so. Note: "Legal Status allows illegals to stay in the country with no fear of being punished or deported for entering our country illegally. Therefore "legal status" for illegals IS de facto amnesty. Denying a pathway to citizenship is NOT the same thing as denying "legal status" (amnesty). Ted Cruz DID support granting illegals de facto amnesty and supported expanding legal immigration. Watch the video linked in the article in the following link and see/hear Ted for yourself.
Speaking of what money can buy – Ted Cruz failed to report two huge campaign finance loans to the FEC as required by law to do so and two campaign watchdog groups have filed official complaints with the FEC calling for an investigation into this alleged criminal behavior.
Sure, Money can't buy class. But it sure can buy a sitting U.S. Senator!
Speaking of what money can buy - Ted Cruz, as of mid-November 2015, from Wall Street donors alone had received the second highest amount of Wall Street donations of any presidential candidate, republican or democrat. Cruz was second only behind Jeb Bush in accepting Wall Street donations. And also at that point in time 18.6% of Ted Cruz’s total campaign donations came from Wall Street.
Speaking of what money can buy - Ted Cruz (in ADDITION to the Wall Street donations) as of last August had already accepted over $25 million in $1+ million donations from rich establishment donors. (This figure doesn't include the less than one-million dollar amount donations from rich establishment donors nor the millions of dollars of establishment donations since August).
Speaking of what money can buy - In private practice, Ted Cruz chose to defend a Chinese company facing a $26 million jury verdict for stealing technology from a U.S. businessman.
Speaking of what money can buy - Ted Cruz advocated for a 500% annual increase H1-B immigrant visas which would take away one-quarter million more jobs from U.S. citizens each and every year.
Speaking of what money can buy - Ted Cruz, despite is anti-gay rhetoric has been rubbing elbows with, and courting for support, wealthy influential gay businessmen.
I believe he has class. The kind necessary when doing biz deals and real estate deals. That's because he needs "class in some situations...trump is a chameleon.
I don't understand why he thinks we would want a person without the necessary class to be President. His foul mouth is escalating. This is just so off putting in a candidate. This guy knows he can do or say just about anything and his trumpbots will cheer.
Do you people think the POTUS is some type of perfect Jesus with proper manners?
Get a reality check morons. The secret service hasn't posted the audio inflammatory insults and curse words flying out of all the president's mouths.
These POTUS are not high mighty on pedestals.
obam has class, look where that got us.
PURE CLASS. Obviously reaping the benefits of a fine education. Keep it real DTl!!! TRUMP 2016!
It is hard to find a historical figure that was that crass and insulting. Hitler was, I guess, but that is different, because Hitler riled the crowds with rhetoric and no substance. At least Trump is substantive. Oh wait, never mind. I am sure there are differences. I got it. Hitler was short and had a mustache. I feel much better now.
So, you call yourself a cougar, yet don't think p**sy is substantial?
I smell a plant. This IS reality T.V. isn't it?
@Speak_Softly_and_Carry: Still with the half-truths and outright lies I see.
Still waiting for your proof SSAC… (Not really as we both know what a pathetic lying troll you really are.) Just think how simple it would be to shut me up, “one of the most consistent poster of “lies, false inferences, and outright deceptions” that the Blaze comment section has ever seen!”” as you so eloquently stated.
Being the most consistent poster of lies, it should be quite simple for you to find just one example as has been asked of you numerous times. Not something you pull out of your @$$, an actual quote and link with actual context to back your assertion. Perhaps you would do better to:
“Speak_Softly_and_Carry_the_Truth”, as opposed to your habitual:
Just a thought.
Tornado asked, "Do you people think the POTUS is some type of perfect Jesus with proper manners?"
But he should strive for that.
You hit the nail on the head. This guy really has no class at all. He thinks he's quit or something but he acts like a child with his picking on every republican on the stage. He never has one of Hong to say that isn't childish. I guess he is us to working with construction type people where the language is pretty lose. I bet he speaks the same way at home if he does it in public you can bet he does it all the time. Real classy guy you,Orion's want to put into our WH. We have the scum of the world with the low life who is there now, do we really need another low life for more years. The world is laughing at us for over 7 years now.
 February 4, 2016 at 6:47pm
Perhaps he thought she might chock on her own lies and he was hoping to be the one to administer “Last Rights”.
Do we even know if the man was a Catholic priest or some other cleric from another church? Didn't see mention of any of that. A lot of reverends tend to wear collars and have since some centuries ago.
The Blaze has not updated its description. Grrrr. I am a Catholic priest. I am a registered Independent. I was invited by CNN to ask a question of the candidates. I was to ask on the Genocide of Christians and Yazidis at the hands of ISIS. I do work on this issue. It was not a rally, it was a town hall meeting/debate. Disappointed by how many will throw stones in here. Most are good natured and fair. But disappointing to see the negativity. CNN ran out of time for all the questions. The fact that were interested in the question is good. Disappointed that time did not allow. But not enjoying the assumptions and condemning on some of these boards.
 February 4, 2016 at 6:42pm
Perhaps if you actually read the Bill of Rights you would understand how stupid your question is.
 February 3, 2016 at 1:10pm
Dattebayo: I’ve heard that the engineers themselves have a high rate of suicide after retiring. I can’t imagine how traumatizing it must be to see someone going under your engine.
No jokes please, I doubt any one of them commit suicide by train.
 February 3, 2016 at 1:00pm
I rode trains to work for years in So. California. It can be a major delay for hours when train service is shut down in both directions. It can cause big problems for hundreds of people. The first thing that occurs is that one of the conductors is required to leave the train and inspect the bloody situation. They are badly traumatized as are the engineers who likely looked the person in the face moments before striking them. They only get three days off to pull themselves together and get back to work.
Yes, I know it a tragedy. When you are a rider on that train it is extremely sobering to realize you just rode over a human being. But for riders stuck on all the rest of the trains or passengers stuck in distant depots it is very angering. Things stand still for at least 4 hours while the whole scene is inspected and investigated and cleaned up.
It is unfortunate the PA was inadvertently left open, and the language was quite crude, but the conductor’s sentiment is understandable. The rest of the people stuck on down the line are also grumbling about one selfish, SOB who couldn’t cope.
 February 2, 2016 at 6:00pm
Next time your mom tells you not to play with fire, listen!
 February 2, 2016 at 11:20am
“And several Democrats are now raising allegations of voter fraud. . . . .”
No way! Really? Let’s see how they like it for a change. Don’t ya just love it when they start eating their own. Suckers!
“The actions we can and should take can certainly be done consistent with the Constitution and the rights of gun owners,”
. . . . add that to the list of: ” I did not have sex with that woman.” and ” If you like your Dr. you can keep your Dr.”
 January 31, 2016 at 1:37pm
I hope he shows up in full uniform and armed with the biggest pistol he’s got for the rest of the semester.
Good to now it's "not his fault." As long as he can discern right from wrong then he's still at fault for his crimes. I've met people that were drugged by others or have severe vitamin deficiencies that led to extremely irrational behavior, they were not in control and thus not culpable. Doesn't mean they weren't a threat to others or themselves either.
[-1] January 27, 2016 at 4:01pm
These days anybody for any reason can declare their dog a service dog. It sure does diminish the serious designation for truly disabled people and their remarkable, highly skilled dogs. I pity these sorry, needy, wimpy people.
I know of someone who lost his dog in a divorce battle. He got a new one and declared PTSD from the divorce to have it registered as a service dog. What a nation of weaklings we’ve become.
 January 27, 2016 at 11:33am
paul: Not surprised a 9 year old would be impressed by weird hair and someone thoughtlessly shooting his mouth off.. She may just be clueless and misinformed.
 January 27, 2016 at 11:21am
Is it just me, but I don’t see anywhere in her response that she directly addressed any one of the Ten Commandments. Sure she referenced some biblical admonitions and instructions which she bent to suit herself, but not the Ten Commandments? Am I missing something here?
FYI, she’s quoting Jesus the Christ, who apparently didn’t know the 10 Commandments either. You should brief him on them next time you're in prayer.
Matthew 22:36-40New Revised Standard Version (NRSV):
36 “Teacher, which commandment in the law is the greatest?” 37 He said to him, “‘You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind.’ 38 This is the greatest and first commandment. 39 And a second is like it: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ 40 On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.”
 January 26, 2016 at 2:15pm
He’s just a young democrat in training.
 January 26, 2016 at 11:32am
” . . it was my question.”
Lying is nothing new for the Clinton crowd. It’s what they do.