There's nothing in Cruz's background that would suggest that he's ready to develop his vision yet. He needs more study and experience.
And I suppose you believe the exact opposite about Rand Paul, right?
posted on 09/12/2013 1:07:23 PM PDT
(Mitt and Obama: They're the same poison, just a different potency)
I suspect that Rand Paul was brought up with a lot of discussion about the US staying out of wars in places that aren't our business. Ted Cruz's background is more about what it means to be a US citizen, taught by a Cuban father who seems passionate about it. I think the two complement each other. And I'm glad that in this situation Cruz is with Paul and against the war and not with McCain and the other crazies. I agree with the posters who said Cruz would be better off not even mentioning McCain.
I hope Ted Cruz is the answer. So many others have looked promising and then disappointed us. I think part of getting it done will be for intelligent, passionate, informed people like Rand Paul and Ted Cruz putting together a coalition and figuring out what the US needs to save us.
My only disappointment was that Cruz seemed to go along with the assumption that Assad was responsible for the use of chemical weapons.
posted on 09/12/2013 1:38:30 PM PDT
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