Skip to comments.The media consigns Ted Cruz to the ash heap of history (Not what it sounds like)
Posted on 01/19/2014 12:28:03 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
A conservative politician knows when he or she has arrived when someone in the mainstream media has consigned him or her prematurely to the dustbin of history. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, has joined those dubious ranks, thanks to some media reports, including a January 17, 2014 article in Salon.
Ronald Reagan was thought to have had his last hurrah in 1976 when he failed to take away the Republican nomination from then President Gerald Ford. His administration was considered a failure by many in the media in the wake of the Iran-Contra scandal. Of course Reagan was elected twice to the presidency and, thanks to the Cold War victory he engineered, has since become a world historic figure, on par with Lincoln or Washington.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has been written off by the mainstream media so many times, only to persist in confounding her enemies, that she seems like one of those immortals in the movie and TV series Highlander, to be cut down, only to rise again innumerable times.
Salons thesis that Cruz is over is divided into two parts. He has not succeeded (yet) in repealing Obamacare. He has experienced a dip in the polls of Republican candidates for the 2016 nomination battle.....
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Thanks for reminding me to vote for Cruz when he’s up for re-election or running against your kind, faggots...: )
I read the article. I remain ... lost ...
Cruz remains on top.
As always, thanks, 2ndDivisionVet!
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They are so scared of him that they can’t stop talking about him.
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