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Allegedly he is against ethanol subsidies. I don't exactly know what he means but I expect Iowa will murder him, buncha welfare queens that they are.

That may be the only decent policy he's ever advocated.
post #32 of 1000
I don't like the man's face. Is like you take a 3rd year art student and get him to make a face out of clay. You know he has potential, but there is just something off about the eyes.
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post #34 of 1000
How brilliant can he be if he forgot to buy the domain names TedCruz.com and TedCruzForAmerica.com?

Stupid Canadian.
post #35 of 1000
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How brilliant can he be if he forgot to buy the domain names TedCruz.com and TedCruzForAmerica.com?

Stupid Canadian.

I assume you have SixOhNine.com and SixOhNineforAmerica.com in your possession?
post #36 of 1000
I'm buyin those bitches up as soon as I form my exploratory committee for my campaign. Donor money ain't just for decorating my office in Downton Abbey swag.
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A law was passed clarifying that military installations count. Hilary and Obama voted for it. It would be massively hypocritical to even make it an issue. Cruz is so unelectable anyway so whatever.

Which potential republican candidate would you vote for over Hillary in a general election?
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Which potential republican candidate would you vote for over Hillary in a general election?


There are only two people that I'm aware of in this country who I would actually go out to vote for: John Kerry and William McRaven. I don't know if the former is running and I know for sure the latter is not.

post #39 of 1000
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There are only two people that I'm aware of in this country who I would actually go out to vote for: John Kerry and William McRaven. I don't know if the former is running and I know for sure the latter is not.

Jesus Christ.

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Which potential republican candidate would you vote for over Hillary in a general election?

I might throw a vote at Rand Paul, assuming Gary Johnson or someone similar isn't running lib.
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Got a problem with Billy McRaven? 

post #41 of 1000
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"Allen Clifton is from the Dallas-Fort Worth area and has a degree in Political Science. He is a co-founder of Forward Progressives, and author of the popular Right Off A Cliff column. He is also the founder of the Right Off A Cliff facebook page, on which he routinely voices his opinions and stirs the pot for the Progressive movement. Follow Allen on Twitter as well, @Allen_Clifto"

LOLZ.

Holy shit! He founded a Facebook page!?!??! He must be really important.
post #42 of 1000
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Jesus Christ.
I might throw a vote at Rand Paul, assuming Gary Johnson or someone similar isn't running lib.

I've said this before, but I can't ever vote for Gary Johnson again... after suing the Presidential Debate Commission using the Sherman Anti-trust Act? How can you call yourself a libertarian after that?
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There are only two people that I'm aware of in this country who I would actually go out to vote for: John Kerry and William McRaven. I don't know if the former is running and I know for sure the latter is not.

You're just trolling us all now, right?
post #43 of 1000
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There are only two people that I'm aware of in this country who I would actually go out to vote for: John Kerry and William McRaven. I don't know if the former is running and I know for sure the latter is not.

John Kerry is too old. Just one heart beat and all that.
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I am amused by the fact that Ted Cruz makes Marco Rubio look reasonable in comparison. 

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“You know, music is interesting. I grew up listening to classic rock and I’ll tell you sort of an odd story. My music tastes changed on 9/11. And it’s a very strange—I actually, intellectually, find this very curious, but on 9/11, I didn’t like how rock music responded. And country music collectively, the way they responded, it resonated with me and I have to say, it—just as a gut level, I had an emotional reaction that says, “These are my people.” And so ever since 2001 I listen to country music, but I’m an odd country music fan because I didn’t listen to it prior to 2001."

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