Skip to comments.Cruz, Ryan urge Senate to pass Fast Track
Posted on 02/27/2016 4:20:58 PM PST by gg188
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., penned a joint op-ed for the Wall Street Journal Wednesday calling on Congress to pass Trade Promotion Authority legislation. The two conservative lawmakers argue that the legislation, also known as "Fast Track," is urgently needed to strengthen the U.S.'s ability to negotiate future trade deals.
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtonexaminer.com ...
Cruz is PRO TPA, PRO TPP, PRO OPEN BORDERS, PRO UNLIMITED IMMIGRATION. TPP guarantees that all "good jobs" (STEM, business professional, etc.) will be taken by Chinese, Indians, etc. Heidi Cruz has devoted much of her 15 year career, in the White House and in the NY Banks, to accomplish these goals of globalists. Remember, this election is about ONE THING and one thing only: GLOBALISTS versus PATRIOTS
Reagan. “No deal is better than a bad deal.”
Heres the dream, from the Republican donor side Jeb Bush, or, if not Jeb, somebody else acceptable to the Republican establishment gets elected President. Paul Ryan is Speaker of the House. And the donor class thinks that if they can make that happen, that within 12-18 months, their entire agenda will be implemented.
And thats why Trump is a problem. And thats why Ben Carson is a problem. Because either Trump or Carson put an obstacle in the way of the agenda happening.
Rush Limbaugh, October 2015
Cruz was better before the campaign handlers and donors got their hands on him. Rubio has always been a worthless RINO POS.
Cruz is demonic & Trump (Let us all praise him) has the aura of divinity about his person. HE will deliver us into his promised land & it will be YUUUGE!
Cruz should never team up with backstabbing traitor Ryan. Big mistake.
He must figure he can “debate” his way out of this and keep his supporters in the dark regarding his real positions.
Giving up American sovereignty shows Cruz’s alleged respect for the Constitution is pretty damn thin.
When it comes to trade, there is also no difference between Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders.
Similar to one of my Dad’s expressions: No business is better than bad business.
Cruz should have taken a clue from Trump and followed HIS instincts,rather than the consultants and handlers. Problem is he may have been forced to bring those people on by his three big donors. Regardless of the reason he has been going downhill since he started his attacks on Trump at the beginning of January. He should have kept the high ground, built good will in case Trump folded and secured a better public image for another run or in order to be VP candidate.
He can’t be that fricking ugly! His rotten character is oozing out of his face.
Is a moderator going to delete this? I posted a simple news report on Trump University quoting from both sides in the excerpt and it was deleted. You’re dredging up a super old article which no doubt has already been posted here simply to attack candidates.
I'll draw some ire saying this, but, as
a) a businessman
b) someone who wrote a famous book called "The Art of the Deal"
wouldn't it be at least worth it to have someone spend half an hour (someone who hasn't already burned their bridges with one side or the other, or worst of all, both) asking Trump -- as a businessman and negotiator, not as a Presidential Candidate TM) what he makes of the TPA?
Hardest part there is convincing him to trust the questioner to the point that he answers in something other than boisterous "in your FACE!" soundbites -- which actually serve the dual purpose of attracting LIV and keeping him from revealing his "must haves" prior to a negotiation (see also the book Getting To Yes by Roger Fisher and William L. Ury and the "Harvard Negotiation Project (*)
(*) Note that P.J. O'Rourke eviscerated them in a satiric article where he recounts where the Harvard Negotiation Project failed completely to get some rabble-rousing group or other to allow them to attend an Important Campus EventTM or other, where the rabble-rousers were blockading the doorway...
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