Cruz questions Trump’s conservative bona fides, judgment

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January 18, 2016

GOP_2016_Cruz-092c3-3395Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) continued his rhetorical onslaught against Donald Trump on Saturday, casting him as a false conservative and questioning the real estate mogul’s temperament and judgment.

“Donald’s record does not match what he says as a candidate,” Cruz told reporters after a forum in Fort Mill, S.C. “It seems Donald has a lot of nervous energy. For whatever reason, Donald doesn’t react well when he’s going down in the polls.”

The remarks are part of an aggressive escalation in a relationship that had been strategically chummy. For months, Cruz had effusively praised Trump, stating there was a benefit to having the New Yorker in the race and chiding the media for “the little game” of pitting Republicans against one another.

  • Webb

    Voting time is just around the corner…We cannot TAKE 4 or 8 years of Hillary… Trump, can one be Sure of his being a Republican from his past with Democrats, his donations to Democrats for favors! Which he said he gave money for favors…
    Cruz is gaining ground…Vote Cruz in the Primary, lets get him into the General.A debate between Cruz and Hillary, will put Cruz in the W/H…
    ☆☆☆

    • KDC

      Cruz has skeletons in his closet, I’m afraid. Check out why the GOP hates Trump. It might enlighten you.The

      • Webb

        KDC…
        We all have skeletons in our closets…
        I will accept Cruz’s…before any others! As well as giving my Vote in the Primary !!

        • patriotism-matters

          That’s 1!

          • Webb

            Trump is not Qualified…
            Yes, 1 of Many…

          • patriotism-matters

            Why?
            Over 35- check
            Natural born- check
            So what him not qualified legally? I speculate only your ideological blinders

        • KDC

          He’s a wolf in sheep’s clothing. A GOP trick. This got me thinking because I have also come across posts where Ted Cruz’s wife Heidi Cruz is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and helped write the Manual on how to merge America into a North American Union. One of the things they planned to do was mass immigration that created illegal immigration problems and would lead to a borderless America. That is in their manual. Again, Ted’s wife Heidi helped write this manual. Heidi is also on leave from Goldman Sachs in order to help her husband Ted in his campaign.

          I also learned that Carly Fiorina Foundation was heavily donating to planned parenthood to the Ayco Foundation which is a subsidiary of GOLDMAN SACHS, which controls the Fiorina

          Foundation. Heidi Cruz is currently the head of the SW region in the Investment Management Div. of Goldman Sachs and company and I wouldn’t be surprised if there were many others – as rumor has it so. Coupled with the issue a few weeks back with Ted ‘s plea to people for funds that could of been given to Carly in the order of campaign funding help, it is just odd to me that he would do that? After all he is a GOP candidate running against Carly. More or less my gut feeling tells me there may be a hidden agenda here.

          This is a huge red flag and my gut tells me that both candidates need to vacate. It smells like the GOP establishment at work. What say you?

          • Webb

            KDC,
            Thanks for the information…
            I will do some farther research on your key points.
            Was aware of Heidi being employed with Goldman, but not the manual or Fiorina.
            Trump may be the one…my concern is his Democrat past and donations to them and his
            always being his own boss..
            Thanks. ..

    • patriotism-matters

      Cruz is not qualified.

      • Webb

        Constitutional Lawyers and Scholars,Left and Right say Otherwise!
        Surely The Supreme Court May Decide…but for me he IS Qualified and gets my Vote…
        ☆☆☆

        • patriotism-matters

          Constitutional lawyers on the right and left also say NO! For me he’s not. I wish he was but since I’m not 100% sure I will not vote for him. I took an OATH and unlike the lying cowards of Congress I will not treat mine like a simple administrative burden.

  • Dave N.

    Trump is a government control progressive and always has been, I’m unaware of any time he had held an opinion that wasn’t left leaning to outright left. He’s fun to watch and has been successful in business, he also brought attention to our immigration problems in a big way along with our very obvious trade problems. These are very good things, however he has no understanding of the constitution and diplomatic skills. Basically he’s a bull in a china shop or a loose cannon however you want to put it, he has clearly done us all a few favors, but its time for him to move on and the people to get serious.

    • KDC

      Why the GOP hates Trump. Check it out. It will show you how wrong you are.

      • Dave N.

        Sorry I rely on observation, Trumps previously documented positions, recorded statements, and even his own rhetoric in town hall meetings, his written positions which have changed several time over the years, etc.. This man has been all over the place on just about every issue, he has been very inconsistent. It is your right to have a different opinion and vote as you see fit. I disagree with your position, but I’m very conservative so the only one of the group I can currently support is Cruz and I don’t particularly like him. I will say there is a surprisingly large number of Democrats that are supporting Trump which is unexpected for a Republican in this environment.

        • KDC

          I think Cruz might be a RINO plant. I don’t trust him anymore. He’s voted with Obama on a couple issues. And his wife Heidi is in the mix for the North American Union business. Something is bothering me about him.

          • Dave N.

            I strongly recommend you check your sources of info. As I have stated previously you have the freedom to believe and vote as you will. Being well informed is very important, just thinking your are informed is actually more detrimental than being completely ignorant.

          • KDC

            Cruz, huh? Well, the more I check, the more I find out.

        • KDC

          Cruz, huh? I supported him, even financially up to two weeks ago. No more. This got me thinking because I have also come across posts where Ted Cruz’s wife Heidi Cruz is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and helped write the Manual on how to merge America into a North American Union. One of the things they planned to do was mass immigration that created illegal immigration problems and would lead to a borderless America. That is in their manual. Again, Ted’s wife Heidi helped write this manual. Heidi is also on leave from Goldman Sachs in order to help her husband Ted in his campaign.

          I also learned that Carly Fiorina Foundation was heavily donating to planned parenthood to the Ayco Foundation which is a subsidiary of GOLDMAN SACHS, which controls the Fiorina

          Foundation. Heidi Cruz is currently the head of the SW region in the Investment Management Div. of Goldman Sachs and company and I wouldn’t be surprised if there were many others – as rumor has it so. Coupled with the issue a few weeks back with Ted ‘s plea to people for funds that could of been given to Carly in the order of campaign funding help, it is just odd to me that he would do that? After all he is a GOP candidate running against Carly. More or less my gut feeling tells me there may be a hidden agenda here.
          This is a huge red flag and my gut tells me that both candidates need to vacate. It smells like the GOP establishment at work. What say you?

    • patriotism-matters

      Spoken like a true sheeple. BBaaaaaaaaaa

      • Dave N.

        It’s perfectly ok for you to disagree, in fact I enjoy a reasonable debate. However the name calling is a Democrat trait and is belittling in particular for you besides being completely unnecessary.

        • patriotism-matters

          So you don’t think that referring to Trump as a progressive doesn’t infer those supporting him are somehow have less mental acuity?
          I think both halves of the DC duopoly gang, rebloodlicans and democrips; are lying corrupt cowards.

          • Dave N.

            No I don’t, not everyone is willing to do the home work or hunt down old speeches and quotes. This doesn’t make them stupid or even lazy. Just not their cup of tea to follow the trail of info left behind by politicians and people of influence. Further you indicating that anyone who follows, is entertained, or finds something he has said interesting, doesn’t make them the same type of person or have an identical ideology as his. The width of your paint brush is far too wide for the application.

          • patriotism-matters

            300+ million citizens wide me thinks!

  • bobnstuff

    Ted is right, if you look at Trumps past he has not been a social conservative for long at all and in his heart he my still not be one, Can a man like Trump change his views this much?

    • Buck Ofama

      So you admit Trump is a liberal. Why were you denying this on other threads?

    • KDC

      Check out why the GOP hates Trump. It might enlighten you.

    • patriotism-matters

      What exactly is a social conservative?

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