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Ted Cruz Finally Gets the Respect He Deserves

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Hillary Cruz and Ted Clinton. Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum. If both Cruz and Clinton end up winning their respective party’s nominations, we will truthfully be able to say that the dysfunctional US political system has selected the worst possible candidates from both parties. The dog in the above photo has figured out what the people apparently have not: that the fix is in.

Ted Cruz visits the Chabad Neshama Model Matzah Bakery in Brooklyn:

 

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8 thoughts on “Ted Cruz Finally Gets the Respect He Deserves

  1. Great, evocative post — thank you. As much as I detest the no-principles HClinton and any prospect of her becoming POTUS/USCINC, Cruz is the renegade-outlaw who truly frightens me. Their respective parties are made of the same (rotten) stuff. Either way, the worst phase of our national (may I opine Zionist-induced?) nightmare is yet to befall us.

    I made up my mind months ago that Dr. Jill Stein and her Green Party is my only choice. Events in the interim have served only to reinforce my resolve.

    • Maybe you ought to write in Vladimir Putin’s name, Robert. He’d have about as much chance of winning as Jill Stein.

  2. I guess I’m a naif tilting at windmills. I — at the pleading request of a Nader staffer who could find no one else to take on the task — spent three of the most hectic and traumatic months of my life in 2004 in an attempt to get my hero Ralph Nader included on the Hawaii ballot for POTUS under an Independent Party formed for the purpose. I was the statewide volunteer coordinator of a petition drive: had no budget, no expertise, and ultimately failed Ralph, falling 157 signatures short of a required 3,711-signer count. I wound up voting Green because 2000 convinced me that I could no longer back either candidate of the duopoly. Even had Ralph made the ballot in Hawaii, he would have had about as much chance of winning (overall) as Dr. Jill Stein will have in 2016. I suppose I could simply not vote…. (Ralph’s advice in 2004 and since — with, I noted recently, even more flowery words this year; something like choosing between a cancer and a mental illness — has been “one shouldn’t feel compelled to vote for the lesser worse.”)

  3.   “Capital must protect itself in every possible way, both by combination and legislation. Debts must be collected, mortgages foreclosed as rapidly as possible. When, through the process of law, the common people lose their homes, they will become more docile and more easily governed through the strong arm of government applied by a central power of wealth under leading financiers. These truths are well known among our principal men who are now engaged in forming an imperialism to govern the world.

    By dividing the voter through the political party system, we can get them to expend their energies in fighting for questions of no importance.”

    So, Do you get it yet?

  4. “Ooooops sorry I forgot the attribution.

    A quote from a 1924 edition of the American Banker’s Association not intended for the public sums up what is currently happening all around us:

  5. I know dogs. I love dogs. I’ve had male dogs. They don’t care much where they pee: tree, wall, lamp post. This is a politically conscious dog and one bursting with animus against Cruz. His aim is too perfect to be an accident.

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