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Ted Cruz is Leading
RedState ^ | 7/17/2014 | Erick Erickson

Posted on 07/17/2014 3:52:21 AM PDT by iowamark

It seems all the Senate Republicans are willing to turn a blind eye to the scandal and corruption obviously at play in the Mississippi Senate race to protect their buddy Thad Cochran who, apparently, can no longer find his way to the clubby Senate lunches he’s been attending since Jimmy Carter was president.

In what appears to be the ultimate modern demonstration of “drinking the Koolaid,” Republicans across the spectrum seem to have entered a pact in sticking together to defend, and even celebrate, campaign tactics predicated on gross voter fraud and manipulation of minority voters. In fact, we now know Senate Republicans funded those attacks.

One senator, however, has broken the silence and is speaking out. Yes, one. Only one. Senator Ted Cruz, who, ironically, holds an official position with the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC), the group at the center of these nasty allegations. Cruz has described the Mississippi fiasco as “appalling” and called for a “vigorous investigation” of possible criminal conduct in an interview with Mark Levin.

“All of us want to grow the party. But what the DC machine did was not try to grow the party, but instead the ads they ran were racially charged false attacks and they were explicit promises to continue and expand the welfare state,” Cruz went on. “And nobody is suggesting that the Democrats who voted in the primary will actually vote Republican in the general election. Instead they were just recruited to decide who the Republican nominee was. And that’s unprincipled and it’s wrong.”

Yet, in light of this principled call to ensure voting integrity, the Establishment remains undeterred, if not emboldened. The day after Senator Cruz gave this interview, the NRSC hosted a reception to thank those who, according to the invitation, “generously supported and promoted Senator Cochran’s campaign during the Primary.”

So, I must ask: Why is Ted Cruz the only one with the courage to hold our own party accountable for what are glaring, terrible misdeeds? And why are other allegedly bold conservatives comfortable with their own silence and complicity?

One would think that Senator Cruz would be joined by members such as Rand Paul, who, like Cruz, defeated a heavily-funded, NRSC-backed candidate in his own primary races.

Senator Paul has distanced himself from the Republican voters seeking justice in this situation, commenting that, “I’m for more people voting, not less people voting,” and adding — for good measure — “I think the people of Mississippi spoke and I think Thad Cochran has done a lot of good things for Mississippi.”

Similarly, Senator Marco Rubio told the Wall Street Journal: “I think Thad Cochran found whatever tactics he could use to win his election and people could have an opinion about that, but at this point we should move forward and make sure we retain that seat.” In another comment to The Hill, Rubio declared that “it’s important to rally now around the winner,” adding — in the midst of Senator Cruz’s call for an investigation — that it’s time to “move forward.”

These viewpoints suggest a fissure that runs much deeper than a primary in Mississippi.

And the base is taking note.

Rand Paul is going out of his way to empower the Establishment, throwing his star power weight behind some of it’s worst offenders. In perhaps the most public example, Rand Paul took the floor alongside Mitch McConnell in the minutes following Senator Ted Cruz’s 21-hour filibuster to deliver a colloquy designed to belittle the entire heroic effort.

He followed with an op-ed declaring the effort as misguided as Obamacare itself. His alliance with McConnell continued throughout that primary fight, with Rand Paul delivering his utmost support and enthusiasm for the defeat of a promising Tea Party candidate in his home state of Kentucky. More befuddling, Paul traveled to Maine to declare that he “wholeheartedly endorse[s] Senator Collins for re-election” — the same Susan Collins who maintains an impeccable record of Establishment bidding in Washington.

Now, Paul’s commitment to defending the status quo continues, as he lends active support to the re-election of Senator Lamar Alexander, of Tennessee. Just months ago, all three of these Paul endorsees gave the American people a stiff arm by voting in favor of a “clean” debt ceiling increase. These are frontline battles in the fight to “Make DC Listen,” yet, Paul unabashedly lends each his support to those who stand consistently on the other side of the line.

Ted Cruz, on the other hand, has chosen to stand alone, again and again, against the Establishment. From helping lead the charge to filibuster what the Establishment said was inevitable gun control, to standing toe-to-toe with the Administration in a fight to defund Obamacare, to challenging his own party bosses by demanding a 60-vote threshold to increase the debt ceiling without any spending reforms, Cruz takes bullets from his own party for daring to challenge the system.

Today, in fact, Ted Cruz intends to force his Republican colleagues to put up or shut on on the border issue. They’re refusing to end President Obama’s “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals” (“DACA”) program, which is a chief instigator of the present crisis. Instead, many of Cruz’s Republican colleagues, including his fellow Texas senator, John Cornyn, want to give the President more power and use your money to pay for lawyers for the illegals.

If the lengths to which the Establishment will go to preserve its own power were ever in doubt, what we saw in Mississippi serves as more than sufficient validation. What happened in that state was open warfare — fueled by more than one hundred thousand dollars from Republican senators — for the sole purpose of protecting a septuagenarian appropriator whose legacy is marked by a train of pork from Washington to Mississippi.

The Republican party will not change itself. No one — not Rand, not Marco, not Ted — is going to change the party with a magical speech delivered eloquently on the Senate floor. We will not win the argument in Washington.

Longtime incumbents, such as Cochran, who are oblivious to the realities of our modern problems, need to be ripped out of their seats and replaced with fresh, bold leaders who are undeterred by the bully tactics of the country’s most infamous “Good Ol’ Boys’ Club.” We must remake the party one hard-fought seat at a time, focusing intently on the principles we believe can turn this country around, rather than the men who feel entitled to maintain those seats.

Thank goodness for organizations such as SCF, the Madison Project, and Heritage Action.

Ted Cruz has proven his commitment to stand with the people and reject the “rules” of the Washington Establishment. Too often, in both overt actions and abject disregard, some of his colleagues we expect better from have chosen the institutions and establishment that have created the very mess we are in.

At this critical time in our nation’s history, I am confident in the allegiance I have chosen. Are you?


TOPICS: News/Current Events; Politics/Elections; US: Texas
KEYWORDS: runtpaul; tedcruz

1 posted on 07/17/2014 3:52:21 AM PDT by iowamark
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To: iowamark

Ted Cruz-best vote I have ever cast in my life.

Rand Paul-one vote I will never cast in my life.


2 posted on 07/17/2014 4:03:13 AM PDT by eartick (Been to the line in the sand and liked it)
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To: iowamark
Senator Paul has distanced himself from the Republican voters seeking justice in this situation, commenting that, “I’m for more people voting, not less people voting,” and adding — for good measure — “I think the people of Mississippi spoke and I think Thad Cochran has done a lot of good things for Mississippi.”

Rand Paul, just another example of apple/tree, he can ESAD.

For all the randpaul crazies, sameo-sameo.

3 posted on 07/17/2014 4:03:35 AM PDT by USS Alaska (Exterminate the terrorist savages, everywhere.)
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To: iowamark

The reason why you only hear Ted Cruz on the MS election, illegal immigration - any of the multiple scandals surrounding Obama is that the other potential contenders (Christie, Paul, Rubio, Romney - whatever wanna be third/fourth runner-up) do not want to upset the GOP (the ‘e’ isn’t needed any more) and lose all the behind-the-scenes election support and corruption.

This means IOWA, and it means New Hampshire. We’ve seen at least one sign of it in IOWA already; meddling in NH is yet to be seen.

Regardless of what happens in the two states, if I do not see a “Ted Cruz” on the ballot here in Georgia, then I’ll just not vote at all. I’ll sit it out as I should have done in 2012 when I pulled the lever for that coward Romney. No More. The GOP is dead to me.


4 posted on 07/17/2014 4:12:41 AM PDT by Gaffer
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To: eartick

Ronald Reagan: Best vote I ever cast in my life.

Ted Cruz: Second best vote I ever cast in my life.


5 posted on 07/17/2014 4:28:09 AM PDT by Rockhound (My dog ate my tagline)
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To: iowamark

Well done Mr. Ericson, well done. A highly refreshing read to start the day here at FR.


6 posted on 07/17/2014 4:34:17 AM PDT by InterceptPoint (Remember Mississippi)
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To: USS Alaska

you are right


7 posted on 07/17/2014 4:35:37 AM PDT by samtheman
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To: Gaffer

“do not want to upset the GOP (the ‘e’ isn’t needed any more)”

The GOP won’t see another cent of my money unless there are sweeping and meaningful changes. I don’t expect them.

Certain Tea Party interests and PACs will get it instead. If Ted Cruz runs for President I’ll support him directly. At this point he looks to be the only decent candidate - in many respects.


8 posted on 07/17/2014 4:43:44 AM PDT by PreciousLiberty
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To: iowamark

Hard not to become discouraged. You have to ask yourself, “Why would a person of integrity ever want to run for political office today?” given the corruption and pressure of a system that can very easily destroy you or compromise you beyond all recognition. There are still good people at the state level but at the Federal level something very sinister seems to happen to most all of them - and it definitely seem evil.


9 posted on 07/17/2014 4:44:48 AM PDT by Lake Living
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To: iowamark

President Cruz.

I like the sound of that.


10 posted on 07/17/2014 4:45:25 AM PDT by Fresh Wind (The last remnants of the Old Republic have been swept away.)
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To: iowamark

Cruz takes bullets from his own party for daring to challenge the system.

This sentence says VOLUMES about where our politics are today.


11 posted on 07/17/2014 4:47:18 AM PDT by Personal Responsibility (I'd use the /S tag but is it really necessary?)
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To: Fresh Wind

Cruz will get my vote in 2016 — even if I have to write him in. I will not vote for another liberal — Republican or Democrat.


12 posted on 07/17/2014 4:49:04 AM PDT by fatnotlazy
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To: iowamark; notaliberal; DoughtyOne; RitaOK; MountainDad; aposiopetic; crazycatlady; ...
Ted Cruz Ping!

If you want on/off this ping list, please let me know.

Please beware, this is a high-volume ping list!
13 posted on 07/17/2014 5:07:05 AM PDT by SoConPubbie (Mitt and Obama: They're the same poison, just a different potency)
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To: iowamark

where are all the Freep Paul bots who have insisted for years that the Pauls were honest, earnest fighters for liberty and limited government???????? Some of us always said the bots were full of sh-t - now that it’s obvious, we can’t seem to find any of them……

They’re probably all spamming some online poll - a poll that will indicate that Rand will win the 2016 General Election 4 to 1.


14 posted on 07/17/2014 5:09:33 AM PDT by C. Edmund Wright (www.FireKarlRove.com NOW)
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To: Fresh Wind

or, as I call it, I am on “Cruz Control”


15 posted on 07/17/2014 5:10:08 AM PDT by C. Edmund Wright (www.FireKarlRove.com NOW)
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To: iowamark

One by one new senators have been co-opted, if they weren’t on their way already. Ron Johnson, Kelly Ayotte, Marco Rubio and Rand Paul.

Only Ted Cruz and Mike Lee stand with us. And the Establishment has systematically prevented any others from getting nominations in their states.

McDaniel is fighting and may prevail and the Kansas and Tennessee primaries are next month.


16 posted on 07/17/2014 5:15:25 AM PDT by cotton1706 (ThisRepublic.net)
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Looking at the polling results, Paul is at the top and Cruz is at the bottom.


17 posted on 07/17/2014 5:37:42 AM PDT by Ben Ficklin
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To: iowamark

Cruz/west.2016!
Save America.

Screw Paul and McConnell. McCain lackeys.


18 posted on 07/17/2014 5:40:49 AM PDT by longfellow (Bill Maher, the 21st hijacker.)
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To: iowamark

Thanks for the posting

After only a cursory read of this Erickson piece I agree with Eric’s conclusions. Cruz is the only guy calling like it is. Rand Paul has wandered way off the conservative reservation and has gotten mired in a libertarian swamp.


19 posted on 07/17/2014 5:46:34 AM PDT by mosesdapoet (Serious contribution pause.Please continue onto meaningless venting no one reads.)
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To: cotton1706
Only Ted Cruz and Mike Lee stand with us

I'd definitely put Jeff Sessions up there. He's been in the Senate for years, and has kept his principles.

If a few more principled US Senators are elected, I hold out hope that a few others already there might join their ranks.

Why does Cruz do it? (gosh, I hope I'm correct here) Ted Cruz is a man who was brought up with values and principles that transcend the arrogance and greed that takes over most of the DC crowd. Cruz got to the US Senate without making compromises, by campaigning according to truly held beliefs. Most of the rest have been elevated to power from the political zoo....they have no real scruples or values.

20 posted on 07/17/2014 5:53:03 AM PDT by grania
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To: C. Edmund Wright

Give it a rest, would you please. I think it’s quite obvious Rand has let down quite a few people.

By all accounts, there are 40 other Senators that need to be put out to pasture (I haven’t of Lee/etc. taking a stand yet) and deserve the same condemnation.

It’s ‘unfortunate’ that some of these same back-stabbers were just recently re-elected soundly. IMHO, by ‘low information/party-above-all’ hack voters


21 posted on 07/17/2014 5:53:22 AM PDT by i_robot73 (Give me one example and I will show where gov't is the root of the problem(s).)
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To: eartick

So many of our little Republican primary voters though are so uninformed that they think Cruz and Paul vote alike on everything important. Not so


22 posted on 07/17/2014 5:59:09 AM PDT by Theodore R. (Liberals keep winning; so the American people must now be all-liberal all the time.)
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To: grania

“I’d definitely put Jeff Sessions up there.”

Yes that’s true. He has almost singlehandedly stopped “comprehensive immigration reform.”

They stopped him from becoming a federal judge, but then he got elected to the senate.


23 posted on 07/17/2014 6:13:47 AM PDT by cotton1706 (ThisRepublic.net)
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To: iowamark

Rand Paul is running as the anti-Republican. His goal is to destroy the Republican Party. Paul’s goal is to split the Party and take it over, by depressing voter turn out. Paul is trying to position himself as the Democrat’s Republican.


24 posted on 07/17/2014 6:23:55 AM PDT by Eva
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To: i_robot73
Give it a rest, would you please. I think it’s quite obvious Rand has let down quite a few people.

No, I won't - and while it's obvious to some, it's not obvious enough to enough…..

By all accounts, there are 40 other Senators that need to be put out to pasture (I haven’t of Lee/etc. taking a stand yet) and deserve the same condemnation.

There are not 40 other senators with cult like followings who are being touted by their cultists as the only answer for the GOP. So you lose on that point. And FTR Mike Lee has taken plenty of stands….but remember, I'm not condeming Paul for the right stands he has not taken, I'm slamming him for the wrong stands he HAS taken.

It’s ‘unfortunate’ that some of these same back-stabbers were just recently re-elected soundly. IMHO, by ‘low information/party-above-all’ hack voters

I would agree with that, and in fact, I worked very hard to try and prevent that form happening in SC.

25 posted on 07/17/2014 6:33:26 AM PDT by C. Edmund Wright (www.FireKarlRove.com NOW)
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To: iowamark

Ted Cruz, Mike Lee and Jeff Sessions, maybe David Vitter, are the only U.S. Senators whom you can count upon to stand for truth. Bob


26 posted on 07/17/2014 6:42:27 AM PDT by alstewartfan ("There is a crack along the plaster in the kitchen. It forms the shape of her face." Al Stewart)
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To: cotton1706
One by one new senators have been co-opted, if they weren’t on their way already. Ron Johnson, Kelly Ayotte, Marco Rubio and Rand Paul.

“We don’t need a lot of Jim DeMint disciples runnin' around. As soon as they get here, we need to co-opt 'em.”


27 posted on 07/17/2014 7:06:26 AM PDT by COBOL2Java (I'm a Christian, pro-life, pro-gun, Reaganite. The GOP hates me. Why should I vote for them?)
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To: Gaffer

Can someone explain something to me: What if I was to write in Ted Cruz’ name on the ballot, if it doesn’t appear? How does this work?


28 posted on 07/17/2014 7:06:57 AM PDT by itssme
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To: Rockhound

Ronald Reagan: Best vote I ever cast in my life.
Ted Cruz: Second best vote I ever cast in my life.


ROGER THAT! Couldn’t agree with you more.


29 posted on 07/17/2014 7:10:22 AM PDT by itssme
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To: itssme

I don’t know. It differs with the various states. You have to check with your state elections supervisor. All I know is that if I don’t see his name and I can’t write it in, then screw the Republican Party - I’ll just not vote.


30 posted on 07/17/2014 7:12:32 AM PDT by Gaffer
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To: fatnotlazy
Don't sit home and forfeit your vote...soliders of wars died so that we may have this freedom. Make your vote count...WRITE IN TED CRUZ’ NAME ON THE BALLOT.
31 posted on 07/17/2014 7:13:32 AM PDT by itssme
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To: Ben Ficklin

Looking at the polling results, Paul is at the top and Cruz is at the bottom.


So, it’s going to be up to us, We the People, to change that and put Cruz on TOP.


32 posted on 07/17/2014 7:16:40 AM PDT by itssme
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To: grania
Yes, Jeff Sessions, Louie Gohmert, Trey Gowdy, to name a few more are fighers and defenders of the Constitution, our liberty and freedom.
33 posted on 07/17/2014 7:18:30 AM PDT by itssme
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To: C. Edmund Wright

Instead of rehashing this, forget about it and move on. We don’t have time for this kind of commentary. We have learned from this, and now we have bigger fish to fry.


34 posted on 07/17/2014 7:21:30 AM PDT by itssme
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To: Theodore R.

Then it’s going to be up to us, We the People, to get the word out, with facts and figures, that Paul is not a Conservative. And that Ted Cruz IS.


35 posted on 07/17/2014 7:24:13 AM PDT by itssme
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To: Gaffer
Thanx, and that's EXACTLY what I'm going to do. Never again will I vote Republican, until further notice. Never again, UNTIL Conservatives make up the majority of the Republican Party, if that is possible.
36 posted on 07/17/2014 7:27:56 AM PDT by itssme
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To: itssme

I honestly feel that the GOP has to be shocked out of its appeasement and pandering to greedy profiteers attitude. We do NOT need these illegals to make this country run. And if they are given Amnesty, they no longer are profitable for the greedy - why can’t they see this?

First thing they need to do is retire Karl Rove. The next is fire all those so-called conservative pundits on TV (or at least disavow them).

Go look at my home page. I’m scorched earth. I don’t care about the Republican Party any more. I want ideals, honesty and values - not second-tier leisure of the privileged.


37 posted on 07/17/2014 7:32:32 AM PDT by Gaffer
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To: itssme
Instead of rehashing this, forget about it and move on. We don’t have time for this kind of commentary. We have learned from this, and now we have bigger fish to fry.

You're not making any sense…in some posts, you are a big Ted Cruz backer. And yet, you don't want us to keep taking the shine off the phony Rand Paul image. Don't you understand? Rand is running hard against Ted - while Ted is running against liberal Democrats. This is not re-hash. This is still pertinent info right now, and will be for many many months. It will be until Rand endorses Cruz, period.

38 posted on 07/17/2014 8:35:14 AM PDT by C. Edmund Wright (www.FireKarlRove.com NOW)
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To: iowamark

IMO Rand Paul believes that he cannot win the GOP nomination without the GOP leadership backing so he is going all in with them in order to get nominated. I am now wary of Rand Paul for President not only due to his immigration position but he just seems to want to be President too badly.

You should not want to be President its a thankless job. You should only run for President because you believe you can help the country.


39 posted on 07/17/2014 8:39:04 AM PDT by Georgia Girl 2 (The only purpose o f a pistol is to fight your way back to the rifle you should never have dropped.)
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To: SoConPubbie

Ping
It seems all the Senate Republicans are willing to turn a blind eye to the scandal and corruption obviously at play in the Mississippi Senate race

Snip

One senator, however, has broken the silence and is speaking out. Yes, one. Only one. Senator Ted Cruz, who, ironically, holds an official position with the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC), the group at the center of these nasty allegations. Cruz has described the Mississippi fiasco as “appalling” and called for a “vigorous investigation” of possible criminal conduct in an interview with Mark Levin.


40 posted on 07/17/2014 9:08:58 AM PDT by Whenifhow
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To: iowamark


41 posted on 07/17/2014 9:18:47 AM PDT by pookie18 (4 months until the midterm elections...)
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To: C. Edmund Wright
On the contrary, I am for Ted Cruz, all the way. I agree that the public is is not being fully educated on who Rand Paul is, and what he believes in. This is the info I want to impart to the public, but the approach must be with the tone that you're not trying to stir up a gripe session about Paul-bots. Just come out with the facts and figures, and you'll grab the public’s eye in a positive way. My take on the subject..
42 posted on 07/17/2014 11:20:00 AM PDT by itssme
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To: itssme

This is not the public. This is FR, and I was trying to stir them up a bit on here.


43 posted on 07/17/2014 11:54:39 AM PDT by C. Edmund Wright (www.FireKarlRove.com NOW)
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To: C. Edmund Wright

Whether it be FR or the public, I think you get my point.


44 posted on 07/17/2014 12:56:27 PM PDT by itssme
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To: iowamark
Ted Cruz is Leading

But who is following?

45 posted on 07/17/2014 12:59:51 PM PDT by DoodleDawg
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To: DoodleDawg

me for one


46 posted on 07/17/2014 1:00:43 PM PDT by GeronL (Vote for Conservatives not for Republicans)
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To: GeronL
me for one

We aren't the people I had in mind. Who in the Senate is following Cruz's lead?

47 posted on 07/17/2014 1:01:56 PM PDT by DoodleDawg
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To: itssme

Yes, but the public, and FR, are totally different - and anyway, your point is a mistake.


48 posted on 07/17/2014 1:03:38 PM PDT by C. Edmund Wright (www.FireKarlRove.com NOW)
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To: DoodleDawg

Well he’s the only good one on the NRSC Committee. So there’s no one else to “follow” in this context.


49 posted on 07/17/2014 1:04:44 PM PDT by C. Edmund Wright (www.FireKarlRove.com NOW)
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To: C. Edmund Wright

You’re entitled to your opinion, and I’m entitled to mine.


50 posted on 07/18/2014 2:51:47 AM PDT by itssme
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