It’s hard not to fall down laughing (or lose your lunch) over the most notorious union buster in America waxing on about protecting American jobs, but he’s the last person to understand the irony of his comments. But by taking a position against legal immigration, he’s just placed himself to the right of Ted Cruz on this issue. He’s out in Ben Carson land. Not to mention that he’s obliterated the last tattered shreds of a conservative argument to appeal to Hispanic and other ethnic groups…
CruzCarpenterSon - Why hasn’t Rafael ‘Ted’ Cruz – considered one of the brightest and best (Hispanic) lawyers in the country – filed a lawsuit against the Enquirer? Why hasn’t he even threatened one? How deep does this rabbit hole really go?
On February 28th, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) reacted to President Obama's "hastily arranged" speech against Russian military intervention in the Ukraine by saying the U.S. needs to suspend "Russian membership in the Group of Eight (G8)," and we need to do so "immediately."
Republican U.S. presidential candidate and Senator Ted Cruz (L) looks over at rival candidate Senator Marco Rubio (2nd R) after Pope Francis' address before a joint meeting of the U.S. Congress in the House of Representatives Chamber on Capitol Hill in Washington September 24, 2015.
GOP Presidential hopeful and conservative stalwart Sen. Ted Cruz didn’t even have to say anything intelligible to refute the gotcha journalism attempts made by reporter Mark Halperin. Halperin jabs Cruz – not even subtly, I might add – on whether he is Hispanic enough; Cuban enough.