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.
I don't even know how to answer that statement.
It's basically the same charge leveled against Sarah Palin.
He's an accomplished Supreme Court litigator, and first-term Senator who has clearly articulated conservative positions on every position, and held those posistions, especially Anti-Amnesty, in the face of wholesale surrender, including Rand Paul, on this issue of his Party, the GOP.
Being POTUS isn't about how much government experience you have, it's about your life experience, your leadership capabilities, and your policy positions.
In all three, Senator Cruz gets an A+.
He stands head and shoulders above any candidates you can present to me, with the possible exception of very few.
posted on 09/13/2013 6:19:14 AM PDT
(Mitt and Obama: They're the same poison, just a different potency)
In all three, Ted Cruz gets an A+
I agree. But not on his statement in the ABC interview that assumed that it was Assad who used chemical weapons. What I stated is that he needs more experience in evaluating world affairs, and we need to see more votes. We've been disappointed so many times by politicians who voted totally against their campaign promises.
As far as Sara Palin goes, now she seems fine on foregin affairs. During her VP campaign, she didn't have a record. The way things are going now, my dream ticket would be Paul/Cruz (either order) with a promise of Palin in charge of energy issues.
posted on 09/13/2013 7:03:50 AM PDT
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