"You want to talk about 'gay rights'?" Cruz Crushes MSM Moron

I want this guy to be the next President so he can brutally castrate the media, reinstate the practice of purging every executive appointment of the vermin of the other party, and then require those new appointees to go all scorched-earth on the rest of all the entrenched treasonous filth in government.

For starters.

Posted by Ray Van Dune at May 22, 2015 5:22 PM

Do love me some Ted. Worried about the Republican establishment, though. Antagonism to the press' loaded questions and set-ups is a winning strategy as far as I am concerned. When your dealing with bastards there really is no option.

Posted by Will at May 22, 2015 5:53 PM

Cruz has The Right Stuff but he will have to compromise some principles to gain support from the feeding trough Republicans.
The blade he swings will cut both sides of the aisle; first the opposition and then the opposing members of his own party.
The opposition is easy to see: swing, thunk.
His own party, devious backstabbers: swing, clunk
Getting rid of all the *un-elected* faceless bureaucrats that really run government down at ground level will be his biggest challenge.
Watch them all go passive-aggressive on him.
Cock-knocking bastards as my Uncle Letsgo would call 'em.

Posted by chasmatic at May 22, 2015 6:54 PM

Amazing isn't it, that many proclaiming a zeal for all that is good would enable Cruz aka the festering sore?

Cruz, who is constitutionally ineligible to be president, has a globalist wife to match his own globalist interests, and as others have observed, Cruz makes the right noises, just like a hooker.

Apparently that shtick is working.

Posted by itor at May 22, 2015 7:53 PM

"Cruz, who is constitutionally ineligible to be president".....bullshit. You have no idea what you're talking about but that doesn't stop you from vomiting garbage. The link below is from CNN, no less. Read it and apologize, moron.


Posted by D S Craft at May 22, 2015 10:33 PM

Cruz's mother was born in Maryland, thus being American. Only 1 of Ted Cruz's parents needed USA citizenship to make him an American at birth. "Natural born" has ZERO to do with location of your birth, only whether or not you received US citizenship at birth, which Cruz did through his American mother. I know because I am an American citizen born abroad. Whether or not the country I was born in applied their citizenship to me at time of birth effects nothing about my US citizenship unless I renounced US citizenship. Cruz received his natural born US citizenship at birth. Canada happens to award Canadian citizenship, at the time, to anyone born inside Canada. Cruz has renounced the Canadian citizenship. The country I was born in only awarded citizenship, unlike the USA, to babies born inside the country to mother and father with citizenship, so visitors and others do not receive citizenship by location.

Anyone born to a US citizen parent has US citizenship from the moment of their birth under US law. Every US President from George Washington to Monroe was not born inside the USA yet they were fully US citizens. This is not a controversial issue or complicated and the kooks diving into court cases and such are just anxious to drag you into their hall of mirrors.

Americans on vacation, in military or diplomatic service overseas have thousands of children every year and all of them attain US citizenship at birth, regardless of what the host country does about citizenship for the newborn.

You have Paulian kooks and John Birch dingbats hoping to invalidate Cruz so you will have no choice but to vote for their car wreck of a candidate.

Posted by Scott M at May 22, 2015 11:09 PM

This will be forgotten by most folks in about five minutes in today's media cycle.

But I for one am very glad to see someone give the despicable media some pushback.

Posted by Smokey at May 23, 2015 2:23 AM

His approach is fine for the primaries, where you appeal to the base but in the general you have to be more broadly appealing, folksy, and come across more humble and charming. Not that it matters, he's not going to win the nomination and even if he did, he would be defeated by whoever the Democrat is.

Posted by Christopher Taylor at May 23, 2015 8:01 AM


Thank you very much.

Posted by Casey Klahn at May 23, 2015 8:43 AM

Haven't been a big fan of Cruz, a little too preening for my taste. But that was masterful.

Posted by BradF at May 23, 2015 9:42 AM

For all the waltzing around we're doing, the electoral process is but a sham.
Elephants, Donkeys, penguins, even bantam chickens, won't matter.
Hillary will be prodded along and propped up when necessary.
Any political group that can get Obama in and in again won't be needing those ballot machines, thank you.
Sit back and eat your popcorn, folks, and wait for the closing credits.

Posted by chasmatic at May 23, 2015 10:59 AM

There is a class war going on in this country. The media are of, and shill for, the Mandarin elite. Any Republican candidate must expose the media's bias.

Cruz and Paul have started doing it. The other should too. Carly Fiorina has set the standard. Click this link:


Posted by Fat Man at May 23, 2015 2:05 PM

What we see ruling the media is not bias, it is collaboration.

Posted by james wilson at May 23, 2015 6:53 PM

He should have thrown a hammer or something at the dikhed. Talk's cheap and mostly meaningless. A fractured skull is permanent and exudes meaning no one can deny. IOW, Cruz is half-steppin like his predecessors. Nothing new here. yawn

Posted by ghostsniper at May 24, 2015 9:15 AM

@ ds crap

Ooh, citing CNN - the ultimate authority on constitutional issues! You, sir (madam?) are a sterling example of groupthink.

That cruz is a citizen is not in question. He is not however a natural born citizen as required by the constitution - a defect which may not be rectified save by constitutional amendment.

Truly, it is astonishing the level of self deception faux conservatives such as yourself engage in.

Cruz, as others have noticed is merely the faux conservative edition of obama, rather than murky claims to eligibility however cruz simply is not eligible.

Consider Juan Mccain, the panamanchurian candidate. Born outside the US, the faux conservative position then regarding his ineligibility was that he was born on an army base, thus was majickly eligible - which of course was exactly the reason lamestream republicans (such as yourself) chose to ignore obama's dubious provenance. Cruz of course has no such fallback position - and doesn't need one as he has ds crap supporting him.

Oh how far you faux conservatives have fallen, to grovel and masturbate once more at the feet of your globalist masters.

Posted by itor at May 25, 2015 10:46 AM

Hey itor: Unlike you I have not bought into any of this electoral process.
Candidates, nominations, ballots, conventions, qualifications, (haw, can't keep a straight face on that one);
all the election dross is like a Fisher-Price toy set.

“The individual is handicapped by coming face-to-face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists.
The American mind simply has not come to a realization of the evil which has been introduced into our midst.
It rejects even the assumption that human creatures could espouse a philosophy which must ultimately destroy all that is good and decent." -
J. Edgar Hoover The Elks Magazine (August 1956)

For your education and pleasure:

I have one question of you: which side are you on?

Posted by chasmatic at May 25, 2015 10:27 PM


A fair question.

The answer, presuming reference to candidates, is

None of the above.

In fact, a rejection of all and the process and the outcome and the presumed authority to dictate from the outcome.

I do make the effort to point out self deception where glaringly obvious, i.e the parchment worshiping faux conservative who embraces the constitution, until constitutional requirements invalidate the idol du jour.

Convictions of course often become inconvenient when called upon.

Posted by itor at May 26, 2015 2:37 PM