Skip to comments.Ted Cruz on the issues
Posted on 09/02/2013 5:44:22 PM PDT by Jim Robinson
Ted Cruz is:
Pro-life - no abortion, no partial birth abortion
Pro-religious freedom - keep the feds out
Pro-family - no gay marriage
Pro-gun - defends the second amendment
Pro-constitutionally limited government - no on debt limit increase, yes on cutting gov, cutting spending, balancing the federal budget
Pro-sovereignty - defends against the UN, World Court, etc.
Pro-border security - enforce existing law, no amnesty, no dream act
Pro-tenth amendment - get the feds out of state and local business business
Pro-local control over education
Anti-ObamaCare - defund it, repeal it
Anti-income tax - slash the taxes, reform the tax code, move as much as possible to a flat tax or a fair tax
Much more at the source link.
Click the source link above then the icon for each issue.
I am certainly on board for Ted.
But many here think he is ineligible to run for POTUS due to birth in Canada. IMO if Obama is eligible, Cruz is eligible x 10.
FANTASTIC! There’s a REAL Republican out there. Go Cruz!
Cruz is so feared and loathed by the LEFT he makes them apoplectic. Works for me.
CRUZ-PALIN would really make their heads explode
>>>CRUZ-PALIN would really make their heads explode >>>
And both Palin and Rush have come out for Cruz.
They fear him because he threatens everything they have been doing for the last 70 years.
Also: Cruz is fearless!
Sen Cruz: A Republican with stones. What a refreshing change.
Romney lost because a slew of conservatives didn’t vote for him and stayed home.
Cruz can bring them back.
Where is he on national security...I like his positions on everything listed but there never seems to be anything on his views on the WOT, national defense etc....
The left fears him more because he was a champion debater at Harvard. They know Hillary would look like deer in headlights going one on one against Cruz.
to read later
Here are some good examples:
Looks like he is favor of using force to prevent Iran from getting nuclear weapons which is an absolute necessity IMO
A constitutional conservative that is courageous and smart.
Hard to argue with that list
I guess those folks will find themselves voting for Alan Keyes (again) or Ron Paul (again)
The only question is whose heads would explode first, Democrats or GOPe Republicans?
Were either of his parents American citizens at the time of his birth. If that's the case, it doesn't matter WHERE he was born.