It has been interesting to watch Ted Cruz insult and alienate other Senator colleagues and his constituents of both parties.
The Senator from Texas hasn’t quite learned that diplomacy is vital part of big picture politics, stomping your feet to get your way doesn’t quite work once you get off the playground.
If the Republican Party were to nominate, or even take seriously, a Ted Cruz candidacy, the rhetoric of reaching out to minorities and inclusion for all Americans would be proven a theory with no base in reality.
Note to the Republican Party, nominate Ted Cruz or give him a national platform and you will find yourself on the short end of a Presidential election once again.
The very thought of a Ted Cruz candidacy must have the Democratic National Committee dancing at their desks. If Republicans want to ensure eight more years of Democratic rule, seriously consider Ted Cruz as a voice for the party and see what happens.
Independent voters will be watching and we will not support a party that nominates or supports the fringe.
- Report: Ted Cruz considering a 2016 presidential campaign (chron.com)
- Cruz Reportedly Mulling Presidential Bid (huffingtonpost.com)
- Ted Cruz Responds to ‘Wild Speculation’ on 2016 (blogs.wsj.com)
- GOP Creates Ted Cruz, Now Thinks He’s A Jerk (huffingtonpost.com)
- Sen. Ted Cruz to be featured guest at New York GOP dinner (chron.com)