Why? If he becomes president, it is unlikely she would continue working there.
 February 6, 2016 at 4:17pm
You called Cruz names and you pointed out other candidates that were internationalist. But you failed to list any arguments showing that Cruz is a “puppet of the internationalist.” Cruz is hated and opposed by those people. You are not stating the truth. Cruz has been beat to a pulp by the establishment and that is why he won Iowa. The truth will elect Ted Cruz.
CRUZ 2016.if you want this GREAT COUNTRY to be here for your kids and grand kids.and the establishment is to blame to because they want the corruption to continue so they can line there own pockets.why do you think they HATE Cruz so much.
How do you reconcile Mrs. Cruz having worked and is working for Goldman S ... many years now?
So she works for GS, beats the hell out of working for McDonald's.
Heidi Cruz no longer works for Goldman Sachs.
You should do your own research rather than Trump's talking points.
Goldman Sachs realized that it would be an excellent investment (especially since they made the Cruz family a personal loan on their personal assets to run for president) if Heidi took some time off and helped Ted Campaign. She will return to work after the race for office regardless of the outcome. After all Goldman Sachs would like the loan payments made.
It would also be of great benefit if Goldman Sachs carried on the long standing tradition on having an employee in the White House….one way or the other.
 February 6, 2016 at 3:47pm
I started out as a Rand Paul supporter and if he was still campaigning and had any chance of success I would still be supporting him. But what Ron Paul is saying about Ted Cruz is destructive to the libertarian cause. Cruz is the only person in the race that is going to fight the establishment and oppose progressive ideas. Cruz may not be a staunch libertarian, but he opposes progressive ideas. Cruz has protected the US Constitution and I am not going to listen to Ron or Rand when it comes to the remaining candidates. Neither one of them has a viable alternative and neither Ron or Rand is even close to becoming president. They tried and they failed. Cruz is the best choice for libertarians at this point. Bernie Sanders? Ron you lost your mind. He is a socialist. Get a clue.
Ron Paul sounds just like Sanders and Clinton, what has happened to him? old age maybe.or a sore looser.if you want to talk about establishment Rubio is your guy.
Imagine that, a party divided by the truth.
How can he fight for the libertarian cause when his wife works for Goldman S? She has for many many years. That compromises him, doesn't it?
 February 6, 2016 at 3:17pm
Your comment has no actual resemblance to reality. The voters voted for who they wanted. The only reason anyone voted for Cruz was because they like his position on issues and his record. Obviously, Carson failed to communicate properly and CNN and most everyone did not understand what he was doing. He was not going to win anyway.
 February 6, 2016 at 11:31am
Libertarian is not a left or right ideology. You can be a left wing libertarian or a right wing libertarian.
I agree, but is still funny (and inspiring) to see agreement between right and left.
I think of politics as existing on a diamond with right and left on the side points and libertarianism and authoritarianism existing on the top and bottom. Both right and left and tilt towards the authoritarian just as they can tilt toward the libertarianism.
 February 6, 2016 at 11:27am
That will reduce support for Cruz and then eminent domain Trump will get Rand’s base. Ron Paul, you made a mental error in saying that. Trump is far less libertarian than Cruz and you just helped progressive Trump get elected. How horrible. This is just as bad as Rand endorsing establishment Mitch McConnell. Both Pauls can’t be trusted.
 February 6, 2016 at 11:09am
Is a “cruzbot” someone that does not want Trump’s eminent domain? You know when Trump used the government to take people’s property by force so he build on their property? Trump is the king of crony capitalism.
 February 6, 2016 at 10:26am
Did you listen to the actual interview? Ron Paul was asked:
Who is the most libertarian canidate?
The first name he gave was Bernie Sanders saying:”As strange as it seems, Bernie Sanders comes up with libertarian views when he talks about taking away the cronism on wall street.”
Then he went on to say that none of the other canidates had any libertarian views. That is a horrible answer given that many people will listen to Ron Paul. Bernie Sanders will not be alive to deal with affects his anti-American Socialist views have on the USA if he is elected.
 February 6, 2016 at 10:16am
KingofPrydain, It does not matter how they feel about it. Socialism’s purpose is the elimination and replacement of capitalism.
[-1] February 6, 2016 at 9:47am
Socialists are against Wall street’s existence because socialism is against capitalism. Socialist are not just against crony capitalism, they are against all capitalism. Without Capitalism,. there are no libertarians.
 February 6, 2016 at 4:30am
Ron Paul is saying that a socialist is the most libertarian? That is illogical. I think Ron Paul is starting to lose it. And I actually voted for Ron Paul for president. Ron Paul needs to pull his head out and start looking at this from the perspective of who has a record of defending the Constitution. Bernie Sanders? Are you going insane Ron????? The Constitution describes a libertarian form of government and only Cruz has any history of protecting the constitution from people like socialist BERNIE SANDERS!!!! Duh!!!
Paul is simply pointing out that Sanders is correct in attacking the corrupting influence of Wall Street on our political system. It is not so uncommon for libertarians and socialists to find areas of agreement when it comes to preventing business from controlling government. It is the way these two groups intend to go about ending that influence where disagreement arises.
TOM, "Ron Paul is saying that a socialist is the most libertarian?"
Dr. Ron Paul never said such a fool thing.
 February 6, 2016 at 3:49am
Ron Paul needs to explain why he thinks Cruz is owned by Goldman Sachs or TheBlaze needs to give the rest of Ron Paul’s quote. That is a strong allegation.
 February 5, 2016 at 1:32pm
I want the next president and congress to undo all the “progress” the democrats have “achieved.”
I'm pretty sure Beck publicly endorsing Cruz disqualifies the Blaze from hosting debates as per RNC policy.
if THE BLAZE held a debate in Texas, they wouldn't tell trump until a half hour before show time (just to prove they were not prejudiced against him,) and , they'd have to know that he was either in Nova Scotia or Australia.