Tuesday, August 2, 2016

After Non-Endorsement, Will Texans Stand By U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz?

By Star-Telegram, July 29, 2016 

Suddenly, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, isn’t acting like a shoo-in for re-election.

After his prime-time non-endorsement of GOP nominee Donald Trump at the Cleveland convention caused a firestorm, Cruz became the target of a lot of speculation. Already Democrats such as former State Sen. Wendy Davis, formerly of Fort Worth, and U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro of San Antonio are talking about throwing their hats in the ring for U.S. Senate in 2018.

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  1. I suggest that Ted should run for Dog Catcher. Some slogans: WAS TrusTed. My word may not be my bond, but I have PRINCIPLES.

  2. It was never about the pledge to me it was about what he was doing after he suspended his campaign, trying to manipulate the delegates so they wouldn't feel bad about disenfranchising their states voters. even today he is behind the never trump people spamming facebook and twitter working to degrade Trump so that Hillary can win because they feel it opens the Door for Cruz in 2020. Ted Cruz didnt ever serve a full term as a senetor before looking to climb the ladder to be president, he has already started his re election bid as senetor and is working to set up for his 2020 presidential campaign. he has one goal and this time the only thing that stood in his way were those pesky Voters.


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