Choosing him, reviewing him, evaluating him, confirming or not confirming the nominee based on his race or ethnic background is as stupid as the arguments being forwarded by the Senate in terms of not holding hearings or confirming him, like 6 other Senate have done in the last 100 years when this situation has occurred. This statement is not worthy of a post, anymore then third party BS comments from ideological and belief driven special interests that actually believe a Supreme Court justice should do something other than interpret and apply the constitution on a case by case basis.
 March 10, 2016 at 3:39pm
Getting so weird now that I find myself, in certain ways, detesting both sides in a situation like this, and yet in other ways cheering for both sides…weird…
 February 11, 2016 at 5:00pm
Owned 3 GMs before the bailout. None since and no more ever . . .
They had "everybody" as in the entire massmedia establishment working with them.
@TinSoldier ---- Not so. They had very willing accomplices in the Repub party.
 January 26, 2016 at 10:32pm
 January 26, 2016 at 10:31pm
His voice is in his nose, so you dismiss what he is saying? Is he accurate or isn’t he? And if he is (Trump’s quotations are out there to read everywhere), then what does it mean? Let’s give this a little more thought than the quality of Levin’s voice…
Gee, are you suggesting looking at substance rather than presentation? That is SO logical. There is no place for that in Rob's World.
Rob got "fired" ;(
 December 27, 2015 at 9:50am
He condemns every white person as a racist, based solely on their color–so preciously ironic. His smug lecture does demonstrate that there is an attitude of supremacy going on, but just the opposite of what he claims.
That's the left for you. They always blame others of what they are actually doing.
 December 18, 2015 at 2:15pm
So it’s really my Christian duty to finance these noble abortions with my tax dollars, huh Jinxe? Never thought of it that way. Shouldn’t there be a similar charity to put the poor children you describe out of their misery as well, even though they missed their first opportunity and were unfortunate enough to be born?
 December 8, 2015 at 5:10pm
 December 8, 2015 at 2:24pm
He thinks through a plan before verbalizing it. Bold, but reasoned.
@TinSoldier — In his plan Cruz referenced the FBI statement that they could not vett these refugees, which is valid. Recent history (San Bernadino) has shown that we can’t, or won’t vett ANYBODY coming here from a Muslim nation. My question is this: Cruz’s plan has barely raised an eyebrow and has been embraced overall. Trump’s moratorium has made people literally insane. What is really the substantive difference between the two?
There is no substantial difference, jefferson....In this country anymore it doesn't matter what is said, it is who says it....
Yes! He exudes confidence and trustworthiness when speaking, whether its in a debate or an interview. I can't help but wonder who he would choose as a running mate if he is the Republican nominee. Any thoughts?
Jeffersen -- No substantive difference -- just the way it's worded -- and that is the main point .
It is very interesting to watch these two interact. Trump is able to arouse interest in the portions of the electorate that generally show none, and Cruz is the one that finesses Trump's bravado for those who prefer a little less craziness. Cruz is the consummate gentleman to Trump's boundless bravado. The two are amazingly complementary. Both are extremely intelligent. I really think one or the other of them will win the nomination. My greatest hope is that whichever one wins will choose the other as VP. If that happens, it's critical mass, and Shrillary doesn't have a chance.
 December 7, 2015 at 3:43pm
If you are right, we are probably already beyond the point of recovery. So I have to hope you are wrong. If a majority will elect someone who is so demonstrably dishonest, self-serving, incompetent, unlawful, etc., over someone who so far appears to be the polar opposite, just because he is “too Christian” then we are doomed.
 December 7, 2015 at 3:32pm
What truth is that?
 December 7, 2015 at 2:21pm
Agreed. Trump’s bravado has been great in setting the media and others back on their heels, and I thank him for it. But when it comes time to debate Hillary, more than a string of generalities and superlatives will be required. And when it comes time to do what needs doing to fix the country, a deep understanding and appreciation of the Constitution will be required.
a deep understanding and appreciation of the Constitution will be required.
And Cruz has that in spades and he'll govern as opposed to the rule of this fraud currently desecrating the oval office.
 December 7, 2015 at 2:00pm
He has backed up his words with actions and he has the candle power to understand and address the complex issues we face on many fronts. I hope he can find a way to win despite all the enemies lining up against him.
Has anyone else noticed Fox News' push for Rubio. He get's a whole lot of free press.
Cruz is the man. We have waited for years to get a strong conservative candidate. If we waste this chance we are done.
Gonna be coming for him even harder now. Good luck Sen. Cruz.
The only win Ted Cruz has still available, is if he comes clean with the TRUTH and removes himself from this sham of a candidacy, thus taking Rubio right out with him.
Otherwise, I predict a huge loss for these United States since a multi-faceted front is getting ready for any excuse to blow this Constitution up, that is hanging on by a thread as it is.