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  • [8] February 8, 2016 at 9:00pm

    He’s right! Rush is correct. Rubio and Cruz are correct. Carson has also made similar statements. Rush simply tells it like it is and has diplomatically pointed out the assets and flaws of the candidates.
    As we all know however, Rubio became a Senator on a set of promises and principles and after he was elected, he chose to disregard the immigration promises and principles and advance the Progressive immigration plan.

    TED CRUZ 2016!

  • [12] February 7, 2016 at 7:09pm

    Rubio had my confidence when he was elected, but did not honor his immigration campaign pledge. He went against it, so it is hard for me to now believe what he promises. However, I DO believe that he is absolutely correct with regards to Obama and that Christie & Trump are wrong. Obama isn’t a bad president out of stupidity or incompetence. He is bad because he is a Marxist and he knows exactly what he is doing. Christie needs the “unprepared former senator” line as a tool to try to discredit Cruz and Rubio and Trump needs the stupid line to contrast against his business success. Rubio and Cruz would each be effective Conservative Presidents, but Cruz has my confidence, trust and he has a strong record of defending the Constitutional limits of and separation of powers in the courts, senate and in the media.
    TED CRUZ 2016!

  • [1] February 7, 2016 at 11:03am

    Poser, THAT is a great name for you! WHat are you doing commenting here if you cannot see the difference between Ted Cruz and big government globalists?

    I think that I will let John Adams address your comment as well;

    “Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.”

  • [2] February 7, 2016 at 8:01am

    Try to understand the difference between a Governor’s power and responsibility VS a President’s.
    Try to understand the difference between Federal power and responsibility VS STATE power and responsibility. Voters who DON’T …. continually elect people like Obama, Hillary, Sanders and maybe Trump, who also speaks as though the Federal government was granted greater reach than it actually has.

  • [21] February 7, 2016 at 7:52am

    YES! I have noticed that and greatly reduced my Fox viewing because of it as well as the hard anti Cruz narrative on Greta’s show. I also saw Cruz’s name listed as TED RUZ on Fox when the final IA poll numbers were released at 6:45 on the Saturday before the IA Caucus. They SELL Moderates at FNC. They always have.
    Market the Moderates. Status quo. Feed the mess.

    Every topic must be debated so that they can steer the voter.
    I choose CRUZ and straight reporting. The CRUZ victory has not been respected at FNC.

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  • [6] February 7, 2016 at 7:47am

    REALLY! We are going to let Canadian media define American Constitutional LAW?
    C4PM, please stop wasting our time with your blatant Progressive bumper sticker narratives.

  • [2] February 7, 2016 at 7:43am

    Trump seemed to play it very safe, only being absolutely arrogant and rude

    Bush gave a surprisingly strong and awesome 10th amendment answer only overshadowed by his failure to honor that 10th amendment in regards to common core. I am surprised that no other candidate called him out on that.
    IT’S HUGE! That was a missed opportunity by all!

    Ted Cruz 2016!

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  • [8] February 7, 2016 at 7:38am

    I think that Carly definitely belonged in that debate. It is only because we have an abundance of formidable candidates this time around that she is not doing much better. It’s a great problem to have as a voter … I suppose, having many more choices than in recent years, but I think that the American principled voices of Carly, Rand Paul and yes, Jim Gilmore deserve air time. Gilmore has been making great points as well, while having been SEVERELY limited in opportunity. If Rand Paul advanced a slightly altered platform as in …. we DO need to spend on building our military because DEFENSE and only a FEW AND DEFINED other powers are actually ASSIGNED BY LAW to the United States (Federal government) and THOSE are the ONLY things that the federal government is lawfully allowed to FUND, he would have soared. SOARED! Carly has very strong patriotism, ideas, knowledge and passion for TRUE America. I just can’t support her and TED CRUZ at the same time. TED has all of that and Constitutional defense history and success.

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  • [2] February 7, 2016 at 7:14am

    That is success. STATE success. It applies to be able to govern A STATE.
    The limits placed by the Constitution on the Federal government leaves that action to the state. Those people in those prisons did not commit a FEDERAL crime. This IS a state issue on that level and a Federal issue AT THE BORDER and POINTS OF ENTRY. Try to understand the difference between a President and a Governor’s power and responsibility VS a President’s.
    Try to understand the difference between Federal power and responsibility VS STATE power and responsibility. Voters who DON’T elect people like Obama, Hillary, Sanders and maybe Trump, who also speaks as though the Federal government was granted greater reach than it actually has.

  • [5] February 7, 2016 at 7:10am

    Well MWIMBF, the throne comes with Constitutional limits that TED CRUZ respects and advocates and dedicates his life to more aggressively than any Candidate in recent and distant memory!
    SO All I can say is that if your prefer Trump or Hillary or Bernie, then go vote for them, but please stop spewing animal waste on the internet.

  • [9] February 7, 2016 at 7:05am

    WOW! Interesting set of accusations! Sounds Trump like.

    Efforts were made. You cannot help those who will not accept it. They repeat. They return to their path. Sometimes, trying does not succeed.

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  • [8] February 7, 2016 at 6:57am

    She probably just told the crowd the classic Progressive favorite
    “Kids belong to the Collective, not to the parents”.

  • February 6, 2016 at 5:53am

    Well Jen, CLEARLY the delusion is held by you as you buy into the media narrative and into the narrative of Cruz’s political opposition.

    Cruz’s “Problem” is that people like you believe people like them and that you WANT TO.
    His mom was a US citizen. Ted was born a US citizen.

  • [1] February 6, 2016 at 5:46am

    Simple One, If you view Constitutional adherence as “the extremes of Democracy”, then you are a big part of our problem. If THAT is your view, then you are a Progressive.

    In Alexander Hamilton’s time, we had unity on the matter of liberty. Opposing government structure sides would fight over things like “We don’t need a bill of rights because we only gave few and defined power to the United States (Federal government) and left all other governing powers to the individual states” vs “We DO need a bill of Rights because we do not trust our future elected officials to honor those legal parameters, so lets add a Bill of Rights and put a SHALL NOT exclamation point on this Constitution!”!!

    The two sides were aligned in the philosophy that government needs to be restrained by the chains of the Constitution and to both sides, the extremes would have been anarchy or pure 51% wins by the emotion of the moment without restraints established by the separation of powers and limits upon them.
    … and don’t forget … Romney won the moderate vote while not gaining enough support from Constitution & founding principle voters!

  • February 6, 2016 at 5:29am

    Just curious. Who do YOU support for President?

  • February 6, 2016 at 5:27am

    He is speaking to a specific section of a specific voting block and using familiar terms in an effort to connect. That is all. It’s like invoking a Charlton Heston comment at a political rally while not being Charlton Heston.

  • [1] February 6, 2016 at 5:06am

    After having Bush and Obama each tell us that border is secure and seeing Rubio abandon his pre election immigration stance post election, I have NO CONFIDENCE that he will secure the border in any physical way before advancing other illegal immigrant perks. I don’t have confidence that the perks he then advocates will allow us to stay free after he aligns with Progressives in both parties in ways that advance the illegals to the next step where the next Progressive Congress and President will then go the additional step to give them voting rights. I believe that the majority of these illegals will be more Bernie Sanders voters than American principled voters, so electing Rubio will be a Progressive step in the dismantling of liberty through a big get out the vote effort by so called conservative voters. The Constitution is meant to be a protective border around our blessings of liberty as the country’s border protects our sovereignty. They must BOTH be treated as being as valuable as our highest possessions, so we must not vote to Progressively endanger them. We often see candidates stand with us so strongly … in words … on many issues and continually fail us with regards to the border and on dismantling the Progressive governing mega structures. It is TIME TO VOTE for Our Constitution, for our border and for the preservation of our blessings of liberty. TED CRUZ is the only choice a Constitution defending liberty lover HAS right now. There just IS NO OTHER CHOICE. TED CRUZ 2016!

  • [14] February 5, 2016 at 4:08am

    If we choose some one “who can win”, but who isn’t what we need to make America AMERICA again, have we actually won anything … or have we intentionally lost?
    Do we choose “Sounds like/Looks like … kind of … or do we choose authenticity?
    We’ve got an opportunity to support a true Constitution defender, advocate and adherent in TED CRUZ.

    This is the time that our opportunity is before us.

    Abraham Lincoln said “At what point then is the approach of danger to be expected? I answer, if it ever reach us, it must spring up amongst us. It cannot come from abroad. If destruction be our lot, we must ourselves be its author and finisher. As a nation of freemen, we must live through all time, or die by suicide.”

    I say that we shall live through all time! Danger is Progressivism and questionable choices.
    Let’s avoid the danger.
    TED CRUZ 2016!

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  • [8] February 5, 2016 at 3:53am

    Hey! for the rest of the debates, let’s just have the moderators ask diversion & gotcha questions and avoid the issues!
    Oh that’s right, we’re not doing it the MSNBC way.
    Did Trump, Palin and Carter send this guy over to the Cruz event? Things are moving more towards the Trump schoolyard arguments and tactics than towards the mature debates that we need to have.Ted has been steady as always.

    TED CRUZ 2016

    Either we adhere to the Constitution … or we DON’T.
    Opportunity is at the door RIGHT NOW.

    This is no time to choose a two way street with caution sign.
    Let’s get back on Constitution highway.
    THIS right here is the time to choose.

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  • [14] February 4, 2016 at 7:35pm

    I also saw the Greta opening and had the same thoughts. She also brought in Karl Rove to help pile on Ted Cruz. I was disgusted at their thinly veiled political tactics. I am disappointed in Carson as well. He was my number 2 choice after Cruz. Now? I’d probably trust Fiorina more than the other #2s. Also on FNC, on the Saturday before the IA Caucus at 6:45 the last pre caucus poll came out and it showed images with names of Trump, Cruz and I think Rubio was the 3rd. Under Ted’s pic, his name was listed as Ted Ruz. Accident? I don’t know. I COULD accuse FNC like they accuse Ted’s campaign of things they can’t prove and something that wouldn’t have affected final results. TED won because TED WON!

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