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Posts by jacquej

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  • LIVE THREAD: NH Vote Results

    02/09/2016 4:56:46 PM PST · 904 of 2,095
    jacquej to jpsb

    This former Fox non-stop viewer feels the same way. Watching CNN tonight.

  • LIVE THREAD: NH Vote Results

    02/09/2016 4:18:33 PM PST · 650 of 2,095
    jacquej to Daniel Ramsey

    Thanks for posting that. I was wondering who has the best coverage,

  • ‘Voter-Shaming’ Mailer That Made Noise in Iowa Shows Up in New Hampshire

    02/08/2016 4:07:21 PM PST · 44 of 107
    jacquej to trisham

    And I just got a check in the mail from that nice guy, Mr. Cruz!

    Fortunately, I read about those fake checks he has been sending out, and dropped it in the waste basket in the mail room, not even opening it.

    Stupid to be messing with li’l old ladies like that! Some of us are sharper than he thinks.

  • 3 Questions for Freepers-especially the "old timers"

    02/07/2016 6:07:34 PM PST · 182 of 229
    jacquej to Twinkie

    Thanks for the input. I haven’t gone over there is quite a long time.

    Funny, most of us seem to agree on the issues, but we don’t spend much time analyzing which candidates “appear” to be best able to actually get something done about them.

    I am solidly in the Trump camp right now. I have done too much research into Cruz, Rubio, et all, to trust them to do anything more than pay lip service, while taking the fat-cat money.

    Trump is a big risk, though. Our country is in so much trouble, economically, however, that I have to take that risk. I don’t see a lawyer beholden to Goldman Sacks/Citibank, and other big donors able to withstand the pressure, and I am tired of trying to parse lawyer-speak.

    Rubio, what can I say - too young, too inexperienced, and can’t manage his own finances. So, I will vote for a crude businessman, who, at least, knows how the business word works, how to negotiate a deal, and how to bounce back from really bad economic times.

    No-one else running, on either side, has a clue. It may be our last chance before the USA goes belly-up.

  • 3 Questions for Freepers-especially the "old timers"

    02/07/2016 4:25:42 PM PST · 19 of 229
    jacquej to icwhatudo

    my choices?

    Trump
    Cruz
    Rubio

    This is the worst I have seen on FR so far, and what bothers me about it is that we are not discussing the issues, but just shouting at each other, hurling invective, insults, and acting worse than DU. It sickens me that our one fine forum has deteriorated so much.

    Illegal immigration
    Muslim refugees
    Obamacare
    Abortion
    Homosexual marriage

  • Trump cancels New Hampshire town hall, blames snow

    02/05/2016 2:54:05 PM PST · 27 of 61
    jacquej to ek_hornbeck; All

    Does anyone remember when Trump’s plane had to make an emergency landing a few days ago?

    Just maybe they needed to go over it with a fine tooth comb to make sure there was no attempt at sabotage - I read that the engines on his pane are the best, with no history of problems, and it is a newer plane than AF1.

    It is possible that Trump is being cautious about maintenance, not to mention the weather in New England.

  • Cruz: Trump is ‘losing it’

    02/03/2016 7:13:08 PM PST · 131 of 137
    jacquej to DrewsMum

    Do you really think I am ignorant?

    Interesting.

  • Trump’s Terrific People

    02/03/2016 6:24:45 PM PST · 14 of 37
    jacquej to SPRINK

    As a Freeper who has followed Conservative Treehouse for quite a long time, and found them to be fairly reliable in uncovering information not easily found in the mainstream media, and quick to point out disinformation, I don’t get your “eye roll”.

    Is it just because they try to get to the bottom of facts that do not suit your agenda?

    That suggests to me that you really aren’t interested in trying to search for truth, but prefer misinformation that suits your mind-set, which, like concrete, is already mixed up and permanently set.

    I like to do my own research before forming a final opinion on what/who is best, considering all the complicated factors.

    Life works better for me that way. What appears to be true at first sound-bite is often seductive, but dangerously untrue.

    As Reagan said, always verify before trusting - or something like that.

  • Cruz: Trump is ‘losing it’

    02/03/2016 5:31:33 PM PST · 92 of 137
    jacquej to dem bums

    Perhaps we can agree that both Ted and Heidi should be considered competent enough not to make a “mistake” like that?

    Here is my list of things that now bother me about Ted Cruz. Remember, I was one of the first to support him, and sent in a donation that I really couldn’t afford. I feel duped, and now am fed up with those disgusting endless emails asking for money - that I can’t get stopped.

    1) He is Canadian / possibly not eligible.
    2) Carson lie for Iowa caucus.
    3) Goldman Sachs Loan. CitiBank Loan - FEC investigation
    4) potential election violations in IA – the ‘Voter Violation’ mailers and actions on caucus night.
    5) TPP
    6) Corker Bill

    He has really disappointed me. Sorry, that is the way I see it. (Not that I think Trump is perfect either, but Trump has a better message, at least when he isn’t tweeting!

  • Cruz: Trump is ‘losing it’

    02/03/2016 4:37:29 PM PST · 49 of 137
    jacquej to RoosterRedux; All

    Has anyone posted this info yet? If not, could someone more skilled than I please post it for our consideration.

    The Federal Election Commission is giving Cruz until Mar. 8th to “clean up” the problems with not filing his “loans” from Goldman Sachs and Citibank properly...

    Here is the link, ad it doesn’t look like good news for the Harvard lawyer and his Goldman Sachs wife.

    http://docquery.fec.gov/pdf/262/201602020300010262/201602020300010262.pdf

  • Ted Cruz: Donald Is Throwing a Trumper-Tantrum, Might Nuke Denmark Because He's "Losing It"

    02/03/2016 4:21:03 PM PST · 32 of 62
    jacquej to Techjock

    I have a feeling that we will be hearing plenty of sleaze against Rubio before the mud-slinging is all over, and we will be left with who?

  • Ted Cruz: Donald Is Throwing a Trumper-Tantrum, Might Nuke Denmark Because He's "Losing It"

    02/03/2016 4:19:14 PM PST · 31 of 62
    jacquej to All

    I was originally for Cruz, but he has lost me by the sleaze he is pushing.

    As Jim Robinson said, it is time to stop attacking those of us who have switched to Trump. We did it for good reasons, after finding out that Cruz isn’t what he first presented himself to be.

    The way it is going now, I am not sure I could even vote for Cruz if he succeeds in his effort to take Trump down.

    He has really disappointed me. I used to respect him, but no longer.

  • The voter rebellion is on! Who should lead: Cruz or Trump? Both?

    02/03/2016 2:10:04 PM PST · 38 of 314
    jacquej to Jim Robinson

    My take on it is that the establishment will use Cruz to try to take down Trump, then turn on Cruz, who they actually hate more.

    After they have demonized Cruz, and pushed Rubio up in the media swarm, they will release negative info on Rubio, leaving Jeb! standing as our only choice.

    Then, business as usual. because they really don’t care who wins as long as they can be controlled by the status quo.

    Therefor, I am sticking with the loose cannon, who has a chance to attract voters from both sides, but, I do recognize the risk involved.

    Trump is not a perfect candidate. The question we have to ask ourselves is - can our preferred “perfect candidate” get elected?

    If not, can anything done to clean up the mess we are in?

  • Seriously, How Can Ted Cruz Supporters Defend This?…

    02/03/2016 1:13:07 PM PST · 150 of 160
    jacquej to Leto

    If the funny stuff going on in Iowa conintues throughout the process, you may be right, and the dirty tricks will take him down.

    That said, I base my preference for a candidate on my main concerns.

    Closing our borders to illegals and Islamic hijrah invasion.

    Dealing with our economic mess, which will take this country down if not turned around.

    Rebuilding our military for our defense, and taking care of our vets.

    Stopping Common Core and Obama-care. The Fed Gove doesn’t even run the post office properly, never mind these two huge segments of our economy.


    If not Trump, which other candidate has a chance? That said, he isn’t perfect, and may fail. I am willing to take the risk. Cruz is a wolf in sheep’s clothing, Rubio is a tool, and Jeb is more of the same cr@p we have put up with for the past decade or so.

    If you don’t think the powers that be will use Cruz to take out Trump, then eliminate him, using pretty boy Rubio, and then bring up all sorts of stuff on Rubio to get to Jeb!, then I want some of what you are smoking!

  • CDC cautions women about drinking alcohol while not on birth control

    02/03/2016 10:55:55 AM PST · 22 of 47
    jacquej to Yaelle

    “In early 2015, Brazil mandated the controversial heavy multiple vaccine Tdap for pregnant women, and in summer the cases of microcephaly started to rise exponentially.”


    That is very interesting, Yaelle.

    This virus has been around for awhile, why the sudden explosion of microencephaly? There must be something else going on.

  • Seriously, How Can Ted Cruz Supporters Defend This?…

    02/03/2016 10:48:25 AM PST · 87 of 160
    jacquej to bigtoona

    A few of us are smart enough to see the games being played, trying to use Cruz to kill off Trump, then get rid of Cruz - so they can then leak all Rubio’s dirty laundry, leaving Jeb! the last man standing.

    Flawed as he is, Trump is the best man to take the general, with all his warts. I am so disappointed in the Cruz supporters here who are unwittingly helping the Rinos do their dirty deeds.

    I thought we were, as a group, able to see beyond these campaign dirty tricks. I started off preferring Cruz to the rest, but he has lost my support totally.

  • Donald Trump: 'Ted Cruz didn't win Iowa, he stole it'; Update: Trump calls for new Iowa caucus

    02/03/2016 8:07:41 AM PST · 163 of 549
    jacquej to All

    I see it so differently than those of you who are in the tank for Cruz.

    Trump is correct to shine a light on the sleaze going in in the caucuses. At this point the only two honest candidates in this contest are Trump and Carson.

    Cruz has zero chance of winning the general, Rubio is a young and inexperienced tool of the establishment, and Cruz is too clever by half, pretended to be the “outsider”, when behind the scenes he is aligned with the big banks and brokerage houses.

    Trump has my support at this point, and I think he is the only one who can beat Hillary/Sanders in the general and clean out the corruption in D.C.

    It saddens me that so many of you can’t see the forest, because you are clinging to the wrong tree.

  • Trump: "Ted Cruz Didn't Win Iowa, He Stole It;" Cruz Committed Voter Fraud

    02/03/2016 7:37:07 AM PST · 200 of 381
    jacquej to All

    For whatever it is worth, I still think Trump is our best chance to save what is left of our Republic.

    I see him as a flawed man, but so are all the others, just in different ways. Voting for Trump represents some risk, but in my opinion, the risk of voting for any of the others seems a greater risk.

    We should not select the candidate we prefer based on our “feelings”, but on careful reasoning, taking into consideration what skills are required to turn the sinking ship of state around, to avoid running aground.

  • Why Donald Trump Got Schlonged In Iowa

    02/02/2016 9:41:18 AM PST · 68 of 114
    jacquej to Beowulf9

    I agree, Beowulf9. I started off supporting Cruz, but will be totally gobsmacked if he gets much farther than Iowa.

    He is hated by the establishment, not liked by his fellow senators, and may not be qualified because of his Canadian birth. So, I expect the long knives to come out from both sides of the aisle.

    This certainly is an interesting election season! Rubio isn’t winning me over, and that leaves only Trump who has a chance to beat the Democrats. Time will tell.

  • Donald Trump Receives 'Honor Ring' From Veterans' Charity; Immediately Removes It

    01/29/2016 5:00:10 PM PST · 26 of 100
    jacquej to Lopeover; All

    I agree. My husband would never wear any jewelry.

    Heck, he carried a pocket watch, and wouldn’t even wear a watch!

    I don’t wear any jewelry myself now. For one thing, I am allergic to nickel, which is in most metals, and I get an itching blistery rash from anything but very expensive gold, platinum, etc.

    Let’s not sweat the small stuff, Friends.

  • Cruz Will Be On Hannity Tonight at 9:00 P.M. CST

    01/27/2016 4:10:28 PM PST · 8 of 14
    jacquej to conservativejoy; All

    I am so disgusted by Fox News that I won’t watch.

    I was a committed Fox watcher, had it on all the time, but no more.

  • Trump polls social media: Should I do this Fox News debate or skip because Megyn Kelly’s biased?

    01/26/2016 4:30:40 PM PST · 17 of 49
    jacquej to SeekAndFind; All

    I have been watching these “debates” for many election cycles, and I am glad to see that someone finally has enough courage to say, NO MORE!

    They are just gotcha snark going after the Republican/conservatives, with adoration marshmallow fluff questions for the Democrat/liberals.

    I don’t really care what effect Trump’s withdrawal has on his campaign or the Iowa caucuses. If any of these other Republican candidates had any balls, they would join Trump, and refuse to participate in these ridiculous charades.

    The fact that the weaklings go along with it says a lot about their “profiles in courage”.

  • If Trump doesn't win will you vote for Cruz? If Cruz doesn't win will you vote for Trump?

    01/19/2016 5:57:39 PM PST · 228 of 432
    jacquej to free_life

    I am planning to vote for Trump, and will consider Cruz if he manages to get the nomination.

    If neither of them get it, and Bush is successful in messing it up, I will have to do some serious soul searching. If Bush and the GOPe play the dirty tricks they are planning to, I am not sure I can once again hold my nose.

  • Donald Trump Would Not Rip Up The Iran Deal

    01/18/2016 1:13:20 PM PST · 64 of 88
    jacquej to Jim Robinson

    Thank you for posting that. I have become discouraged by the infighting going on here.

    I posted on another thread that my vote will be based on:

    (1) who is best to attack our horrible economy (Trump seems to have the edge here, because of his economics background and business experience.

    (2) who will be best at closing our border to illegal invaders from other countries, who bring nothing to us, and expect us to support them.

    (3) who has the ability to clean up Washington, get deals made with factions in Congress, and pull us back from polarization - we are now a divided house.

    Cruz has great talent, and if I needed a lawyer to plead my case, he would be my first choice. Trump also has great talents, and if I needed a deal made, I would hire him.

    I will be watching the remainder of the campaign before making up my mind, but if I had to vote today, it would probably be Trump, with Cruz coming in second.

  • Trump bungles Bible reference at Liberty University

    01/18/2016 12:37:52 PM PST · 276 of 460
    jacquej to SPRINK

    actually, I haven’t decided who will get my vote yet.

    I started off supporting Cruz. Trump seems. at this point, to be a bit stronger, primarily because he may have a better understanding of economics, and because of his business experience, an ability to get deals made, therefore things done.

    Cruz is a lawyer, and has a silver tongue. I would hire him over Trump to represent me in court. But, he seems to be best at taking adversarial positions, as if he were in a court of law. He doesn’t seems to be talented in getting along with his peers.

    My main concerns at this point in time are:

    1. the economy, the unbelievable deficits, which if you include unfunded liabilities, are in the stratosphere.

    2. closing our borders and deporting illegal aliens of all categories, including muslims.

    3. cleaning out the Augean Stables of Washington D.C. It has become a swamp of corruption, and we will lose our country if someone doesn’t take action.

    My vote will be based on who best to get the done, and I am as conservative as they come. I want deeds, not words.

  • Trump bungles Bible reference at Liberty University

    01/18/2016 12:25:48 PM PST · 264 of 460
    jacquej to papertyger

    I am with you, papertyger.

    Nothing ruins my cheerios faster than those who “strain at gnats”, in other words, modern day Pharisees. These are sanctimonious, self-righteous, and often hypocritical people, who spend so much time picking the specks out of the eyes of others.

    How is that for mixing up a bunch of biblical metaphors?

    Sigh, but like the poor, I guess they are always with us, and always will be.

  • Trump bungles Bible reference at Liberty University

    01/18/2016 12:06:26 PM PST · 248 of 460
    jacquej to circlecity

    Just for the record, I spent my high school years in an Anglican Catholic convent, and studied the Bible & Theology as one of the required subjects every year.

    This was back in the late 50s/early 60s.

    We attended chapel every day, and much lengthier services several times a week, and on every religious holiday, including some you have never heard of.

    I learned a lot there. Maybe more than most Christians walking around today, who are easily led astray, and this includes the “modern”Episcopal church, where I attended regularly when at home.

    I now no longer attend that denomination, for obvious reasons.

  • Trump bungles Bible reference at Liberty University

    01/18/2016 10:32:58 AM PST · 13 of 460
    jacquej to BuckeyeTexan

    straining at gnats a bit here?

    Just exactly what is the “proper” way to say it?

  • Trump deploys daughter Ivanka for glowing new radio spot

    01/18/2016 9:44:08 AM PST · 10 of 112
    jacquej to DaveyB

    Shame on you, DaveyB. He never said any such thing.

  • Although I Love Donald Trump, I'll Be Voting For Ted Cruz

    01/18/2016 8:13:53 AM PST · 37 of 62
    jacquej to conservativejoy; All

    I started off very impressed with Ted Cruz, and supported him with a donation right after he announced.

    But, as I have watched him through every debate, and in various interviews, he has lost my trust. He appears to be a modern grown-up version of Eddie Haskell, and I now support Donald Trump, who seems authentic. Not that he is without flaw, mind you.

    I am sad to say that FreeRepublic is becoming almost unreadable, thanks to posts like yours, ConservativeJoy. You are entitled to your point of view, and your preference in this election, but constant proselytizing and berating those of us who do not share your point of view is tiresome.

    The quality of the discussion of issues has declined here to the point of turning me completely off of FR as a news sources where issues are discussed, and ideas are explored. Now it is just a site of rigid ideologues pushing agendas.

    Insulting posters for their views makes me sick, and it is sending me to others forums for good discussions.

  • I want my Freeper Family know that I received a successful transplant

    01/16/2016 7:27:59 AM PST · 43 of 151
    jacquej to Trueblackman

    This great news makes my day!

    I am so happy to hear that your are healing and on the way back to health!

    We all love you right back.

  • Trump and His Debts: a Narrow Escape

    01/13/2016 6:05:55 PM PST · 25 of 88
    jacquej to dschapin; All

    It looks to me as if all the long knives are coming out for Trump today - if I were younger, I might be swayed into thinking there was something there...

    but no, it is just the usual political cr@p, back stabbing, efforts to sway public opinion in the low info voters, and maneuvering to herd the sheep into the pen.

    So, not wanting to be herded, I am still up on the fence -

    Considering the hostility to (& fear) of Trump I see out there in the press, and the pundits, I can only conclude that he is the one most capable of upsetting the status quo, which, if you haven’t figured out by now isn’t very good for us sheep.

    They are all wolves when they take money from the big pacs.

    I started off really liking (and financially supporting) Cruz, but am losing faith in his independence, and now am worried that he is controlled by big money.

    Will be waiting and watching, but am no longer trusting the Republican establishment. They left me, and now I no longer belong to any political party, for I fear it is all fixed, like TV wrestling, with us being the suckers.

  • Born in the USA: The Trump-Cruz Birther Battle Rages On

    01/11/2016 8:18:21 PM PST · 133 of 151
    jacquej to Finny

    My uncle, my mom’s beloved little brother, was the second wave to hit the beach in Iwo Jima. He was only 17 years old, and never recovered. He committed suicide in his early 40s, leaving two little boys and his wife to carry on.

    Both of my sons have been in harm’s way. Both came very close to the ultimate sacrifice, but both were fortunate, thank the Lord.

    I still have not decided, as I said. I get Trump’s “schtick”, and understand what he means by his over the top utterances. Does that mean I will vote for him, not necessarily.

    Talk is cheap, and I worry that he has no idea of what he can actually do to get anything meaningful done considering the D.C. culture.

    But, given the problems Ted Cruz has with the same cast of characters, what can he actually do to get us back on course?

    I don’t see this as a football/soccer game, picking teams, choosing sides, and bashing the opposition. It hurts that Free Republic has come to this.

    That is why I said it is a big mud mess we have on our hands - I want to be hopeful, but often feel like I am looking for the pony in a big pile of manure.

    When we can’t even agree own what the rule of law means, I am afraid that there is no longer a rule of law. Think about that.

  • Born in the USA: The Trump-Cruz Birther Battle Rages On

    01/11/2016 6:54:46 PM PST · 127 of 151
    jacquej to Finny

    Thank you for apologizing. I have not yet decided on who gets my vote. I admire Ted Cruz, and respect his intelligence and integrity.

    I am unsure about D. Trump, but understand why he is attracting so much support. Most of us are fed up with “business as usual” in D.C.

    To be totally honest, I am very disillusioned and unsure about this entire mud mess of the election this year. I have been holding my nose and voting so many times now, and hate to think I will have to do it again.

    All I want is some clarity, and the issue isn’t Ted Cruz, but it is the ambiguous circumstance of his “natural born” status. I want that clarified, or else any one born of an American mother and a foreign father cannot be challenged in the future.

    That bothers me - the idea that “with world wide travel” any one born of a foreign father and American mother is eligible, no matter what the beliefs and loyalties of the father might be.

    As an example -check the current occupant of the highest office in our land. It has nothing to do with the honorable Mr. Cruz, but with our incredible experiment and how easily it could be destroyed by those with an ulterior motive.

    I tend to think about issues, not personalities.

  • Born in the USA: The Trump-Cruz Birther Battle Rages On

    01/11/2016 5:09:31 PM PST · 93 of 151
    jacquej to Finny

    Could be, but it is what we were told at the time, and considering all the differing legal opinions that have been given, I still don’t have a clue.

    If I am to assume that those who think a US citizen mother, and a foreign father - Queen Noor of Jordan’s children are eligible to run for president, and so are Grace Kelly’s children.

    For that matter any USA girl who goes over to the mideast, and gives birth to a child fathered by a muslim jihadist is apparently now eligible to run for the oval office.

    Is that what you are saying?

  • Born in the USA: The Trump-Cruz Birther Battle Rages On

    01/11/2016 4:14:55 PM PST · 41 of 151
    jacquej to Kaslin

    My youngest was born in a Canadian Hospital in 1971. Both of us (her parents) lived just across the border in the USA.

    We were told that even though she was an American citizen from birth, as we were “natural born American citizens”, that she would not be eligible to run for President of the USA.

    What has changed since 1971? How can my daughter not be a “natural born citizen” since she was born in Ontario, and Cruz be eligible when one parent was a Cuban, and one an American living in Canada at the time.

    We were not living in Canada when out daughter was born, and I was only in Canada for her birth and the next day in the hospital. My husband went home to our house just across the border every night.

    These things really annoy me, and I want to know what is fact vs what is propaganda.

  • Top US Admiral Fired For Questioning Obama Purchase Of Mansion In Dubai (Russian propaganda)

    01/10/2016 5:23:01 PM PST · 83 of 162
    jacquej to Jet Jaguar; All

    Are we sure this is a reliable source? Might we hold off until it is verified by another site besides “beforeitsnews”?

    Just saying, it could be internet nonsense. The mansion in Dubai, I mean. I don’t know enough about the military side of it to have an opinion, but a lot of top ranking officers have been forced out since Obama came to “power”, which is unsettling.

  • 01/10/2016 4:03:10 PM PST · 23 of 49
    jacquej to Mark17

    I am not sure if these European countries have the military strength or the required skill sets (unconventional urban warfare) to round up and get these invaders out at this point in time.

    They (Europeans) have relied on our USA Military to defend them, and may not be able to do it without our “help” - what if we withdrew our troops from “over there”?

    Not that I suggest that, but with our pr—ident, who knows what could happen in the next 11 months...

  • Jeb Bush: I Imagine Trump Wearing "A Bathrobe And Nice Slippers" When He Phones In TV Interviews

    01/10/2016 8:21:26 AM PST · 22 of 137
    jacquej to Gaffer

    Ouch!

    You smacked him good!

  • In final State of Union, Obama aims to define his presidency

    01/09/2016 8:04:50 AM PST · 18 of 35
    jacquej to Dilbert San Diego

    I am with you. I can no longer stand listening to him speak.

    It will be interesting to see how many tune in to listen to the drivel.

  • Need prayers in hospital (update: #98)

    01/08/2016 8:45:18 PM PST · 59 of 120
    jacquej to Nifster

    praying for you, Nifster.

  • Experts Agree: Trump Is Wrong, Ted Cruz Is Eligible for the White House

    01/06/2016 2:34:19 PM PST · 22 of 155
    jacquej to Isara

    My worry/question is about Cruz’s mother.

    Did she give up her USA citizenship while she was living in Canada, and become a Canadian citizen for tax reasons? If so, how does that affect Ted’s citizenship?

    How did Ted’s parents come back into the USA if she assumed Canadian citizenship (if) - and, how did Ted’s dad get a green card to enter?

    I have to assume she didn’t give up her USA citizenship, but I worry.

  • Team Obama Joins Donald Trump’s Attack On Ted Cruz’s Citizenship

    01/06/2016 12:34:35 PM PST · 44 of 209
    jacquej to yadent; All

    I found the link to this timeline regarding Cruz’s citizenship from a poster on the Conservative Treehouse.

    I have no idea as to whether it is accurate or not. (old enough not to believe everything I read on the internet)

    What do the rest of you think. If true, I will be disappointed, because Ted Cruz is one of my favorites.

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/256409078/Cruz-Citizenship-Timeline-documented

  • BREAKING! TRUMP GOES BIRTHER on Ted Cruz citizenship, Cruz responds hilariously!!

    01/05/2016 5:39:30 PM PST · 108 of 267
    jacquej to Ray76

    Can you answer this for me?

    Our youngest was born in Canada in 1971. We went to an ob-gyn right across the border, and the hospital he used for her birth.

    We resided in the USA at the time. We literally lived on the border between US and Canada.

    Is she eligible to run for President? She didn’t renounce her Canadian citizenship until she was required to to get her fist teaching job. She had dual citizenship because of her 2 day stay in the hospital in Canada.

  • Ted Cruz's Response to Trump calling into question his natural-born citizenship

    01/05/2016 4:38:37 PM PST · 40 of 133
    jacquej to 11th Commandment

    Thank you for that opinion.

    Have you heard anything about Cruz’s mother giving up her USA citizenship while residing in Canada,to avoid double taxation on their business?

    Would that affect his natural born status, if it is proven to be factual?

  • Ted Cruz's Response to Trump calling into question his natural-born citizenship

    01/05/2016 4:26:08 PM PST · 8 of 133
    jacquej to GraceG

    How can we research that?

    You can bet the Dems are doing it, or have done it already!

  • No, Canada: Sen. Ted Cruz has formally shed his dual citizenship (2014)

    01/05/2016 4:17:05 PM PST · 13 of 49
    jacquej to peyton randolph; All

    Our youngest daughter was born in Canada. Both of us were natural born citizens at the time, there because it was the best hospital for us at the time.

    Our daughter carried dual citizenship until she graduated from college and got her first job teaching HS math. She had to give up her Canadian citizenship in order to get that job.

    I am sure Cruz knows the rules, but wonder about his “not knowing” since he might have been required to disclose this to get his law license. But, I do not know all the rules and technicalities involved.

    Hope the Dems don’t make an issue of it if he wins the primary. They shouldn’t given the nonsense surrounding BHO, but as we all know, they have double standards, and no shame.

  • Trump says Cruz’s Canadian birth could be ‘very precarious’ for GOP

    01/05/2016 4:00:34 PM PST · 90 of 397
    jacquej to FreeReign; All

    Cruz was my first choice very early on. I am now worrying about him for several reasons, but haven’t decided yet.

    I read in one forum that there may be a question about Cruz’s mother having changed her citizenship to Canadian when she lived in Canada, because of the business they owned there. Supposedly this was to avoid double taxation.

    I have no idea if this is true or not, but if it is, the Dems could certainly use it as a weapon against Cruz, and I would hate to see that happen.

    Can any Freepers who are good at research try to find out if this has any merit?

  • Surprise, Apple's OS X Comes Out as Most Vulnerable Software of 2015

    01/03/2016 6:11:33 PM PST · 11 of 93
    jacquej to Tzfat

    I have seen so many of these FUD articles over my many years of running macs, I no longer pay attention to them.

    No specifics mentioned in this one as to exactly what the vulnerabilities might be.

    There are always stupid users, I suppose.

  • Live Stream: Donald Trump Speaks in Council Bluffs, IA (7:30p EST 12-29-15)

    12/29/2015 5:33:21 PM PST · 234 of 356
    jacquej to forest; All

    Have all your friends look up the “unfunded liabilities” of the US gov. That is where the truth about our precarious position can be found.