Skip to comments.Standing Room Only For Senator Ted Cruz (Tennessee)
Posted on 08/11/2015 5:04:39 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Senator Ted Cruz made his mark on Murfreesboro for an appearance at Patterson Community Center Monday. The event was held in the local gym. Evidently, the event was so packed, that the fire marshal was forced to stop people from entering the large gym. A few hundred were placed in the smaller adjoining gym.
Senator Cruz explained why he was running for president . . .
Comments from Public
NewsRadio WGNS asked a random group of persons at the Patterson Community Center what they liked about Senator Cruz . . .
During his talk he received numerous cheers when mentioning repealing the national healthcare, building a stronger military, getting rid of Common Core, going to a flat-tax and eliminating the IRS.
He quipped about redirecting duties of the 90,000 IRS employees to guard the Mexican border. The crowd went wild when he said, "Imagine the illegals swimming across the Rio Grande and suddenly seeing 90,000 IRS workers. They'd turn-back on their own?"
Rafael Edward "Ted" Cruz is the junior United States Senator from Texas. The Republican was elected as senator in 2012 and is the first Hispanic or Cuban-American to serve as a U.S. Senator from Texas. He is now making a run for the Whitehouse.
Short Conversation With Media
After the talk at the Patterson Community Center, there was a short period of time allocated for Senator Cruz to talk with the media. Here is what happened . . .
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The real deal, not a circus barker
Ted should go to Kentucky and tell the folks all about Mitch “obamas bitch” McConnell
There was standing room only in Chattanooga as well, and this after they changed from the Chattanooga RNC HQ to a larger venue.
Very positive vibes from this. Very positive!
While Kentucky might be Rand territory, it wouldn't hurt to do a well-publicized stop on the way north to Ohio, PA, WV, IN and MI. :)
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