My, Me, Moi, This Little Kid In Response To A Damn Good Bloke in Australia, As To Why..

..I Desire Ted Cruz Over tRUMP..

In reply to Gregoryno6.

Did in fact enjoy it, mate. Even viewed a fellow that wore a fedora commenting lol.

My opinion of tRUMP is based on the difference between being blunt and honest and being down right mean and offensive. In my mind and millions of others, regardless their status is, he is not a “conservative”, in its definition. Granted a “simple definition” indicates dislike of change.

His past in words, actions as well as donation(s), point to, all for the glory of tRUMP and ONLY tRUMP. He’s an experienced opportunist. Those with differing opinion(s) to his are blasted with his “mean and offensive”, and in his mind have absolutely no value and are considered to be rubbish, as is/are the individual or individuals stating their opinions. While a God’s plenty may think “mean and offensive”, stating so in public is a whole different ballgame.

Could just see, read or hear HIS disagreements with say the leader of China, blurted out: ‘He’s yellow slant eyed bastard’, for instance. OR in reference to a FEMALE world leader with whom he disagrees: “You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes. Blood coming out of her wherever.”, as he stated concerning Fox Channel Megyn Kelly. Or outright saying, ‘She’s a BITCH!’. And somehow, words that he used would see the light of day.

Ted Cruz is despised by many in his own party for his strong opinions of their positions, and in doing so being blunt, but to my knowledge he has yet to say anything in a “mean and offensive” way, such as ‘he/she is a dumb bastard/bitch’, the permanent elitist’s of the today’s political parties in the USA wish to remain permanent elitist’s. It IS the NEW American way unfortunately.

As to Ted Cruz:

As Texas’s Solicitor General, Ted Cruz has argued in front of the US Supreme Court nine separate times, more than any other sitting US Senator. Out of those nine cases, he won five. Since simply having the opportunity to argue a single case in front of the USSC is quite impressive, Cruz’s background is considered highly esteemed.

As to the four cases he did lose, I don’t think he BLURTED out..’You Black Robed Assholes!’

  1. #1 by JP on January 25, 2016 - 4:37 PM

    BTW, Scary debbie, is a commie and a BITCH!

    Frankenstein’s twin grayson will file a lawsuit:

  2. #2 by JP on January 25, 2016 - 10:14 AM

    As to Cruz being his VP..IMHO, Cruz would actually BE the President, in shadow, while the White obama would be (as a demand) on the tube constantly. Have read numerous reports of tRUMP slaving in his billionaire office, night and day. I question that, as he in running FOR the office, spends a egads amount of time now making damn sure that he IS on the tube constantly. Yes, the media is huge in his tube presence BUT as has been stated, “if it bleeds, it leads”.

    I firmly believe that Cruz IS a U.S. citizen BUT that ain’t gonna’ stop Repubs nor for damn sure Dems AND the vultures with law licenses from continuing their bullshit. Case in point, a Florida CONgressperson by the name of Alan Grayson, who in real life is as close as a man could be to the caricatures of Frankenstein:

    Another Dem CONgresscritter stunner of the female type: Debbie Wasserman-Schultz.

    Scott Walker would be a great choice and to be honest, was a big fan of his running for prez before he dropped out. Yep, he is eligible, unfortunately, the Repubs that despise Cruz would turn their guns on Walker as THEY have trained on Cruz. And that don’t even count the Dems oiling their weapons, like Pelosi, Harry Reid, obama and the rest of the commies in the party. OH and of course, the MEEJA..

  3. #3 by Gregoryno6 on January 25, 2016 - 4:21 AM

    He made a blunder when he questioned Cruz’s birth details – although birth details have been quite an issue since 2008, let’s face it.
    Worst case scenario: Trump gets the top job. Who would you want as his VP?
    My pick would have been Scott Walker, for the way he faced down the unions a few years ago. Hands-on experience fighting and winning against entrenched interests. Would he still be eligible for VP even though he’s dropped out of the race?
    The obvious choice for VP is Cruz I suppose, but I wonder if the two could work together that well after things said during the campaign.

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