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« Reply #90 on: February 22, 2016, 05:05:07 PM »
i get a sense that the cruz campaign is in a downward spiral.

Teen Tit Films Ted will only be remembered as a buffoon who could only rally other buffoons to his cause.

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« Reply #91 on: February 22, 2016, 06:26:50 PM »
i get a sense that the cruz campaign is in a downward spiral.

That is what Team Rubio and the Establishment would like you to think but things can change on a dime and the debate Wednesday will be fiery.  A lot of the talk radio hosts today like Levin are hitting Rubio pretty hard.   Nevada is most likely a Trump win but it is not a critical state. Super Tuesday will tell the story.  Again, Kasich and Carson need to go.

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« Reply #92 on: February 22, 2016, 06:32:51 PM »
That is what Team Rubio and the Establishment would like you to think but things can change on a dime and the debate Wednesday will be fiery.  A lot of the talk radio hosts today like Levin are hitting Rubio pretty hard.   Nevada is most likely a Trump win but it is not a critical state. Super Tuesday will tell the story.  Again, Kasich and Carson need to go.

Who do you think you get the Kasich and Carson votes?  Curious about your opinion.

I think anybody voting for Carson because he is not a politician, those votes go to Trump. I think any evangelicals citing for Carson go to Cruz.

Kasich is a weird duck. I think people that like his executive experience go to Trump. Evangelicals again go to Cruz.

I think Kasich might drop, although he may see higher numbers in some of the northern states.  I see Carson sticking it out just to piss off Cruz.


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« Reply #93 on: February 22, 2016, 06:51:10 PM »
Who do you think you get the Kasich and Carson votes?  Curious about your opinion.

I think anybody voting for Carson because he is not a politician, those votes go to Trump. I think any evangelicals citing for Carson go to Cruz.

Kasich is a weird duck. I think people that like his executive experience go to Trump. Evangelicals again go to Cruz.

I think Kasich might drop, although he may see higher numbers in some of the northern states.  I see Carson sticking it out just to piss off Cruz.

I don't think the majority of Carson's votes go to Trump or they would have abandoned Carson already.  My guess is the majority go to Cruz.

I see Kasich supporters leaning towards Rubio with the evangelicals maybe evenly split between Cruz, Rubio and Trump.

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« Reply #94 on: February 22, 2016, 06:55:18 PM »
Who do you think you get the Kasich and Carson votes?  Curious about your opinion.

I think anybody voting for Carson because he is not a politician, those votes go to Trump. I think any evangelicals citing for Carson go to Cruz.

Kasich is a weird duck. I think people that like his executive experience go to Trump. Evangelicals again go to Cruz.

I think Kasich might drop, although he may see higher numbers in some of the northern states.  I see Carson sticking it out just to piss off Cruz.
The folks I know he like Carson would likely go to Cruz or maybe Rubio. And more real practicing religious types (volunteer, adopted kids, go on missions, etc not just religion of mega-church 'God will make you rich' types of religion or attend on Easter and Christmas. The religious angle is the sole (or soul,,ha) they want Carson. And they don't like the selfishness or brashness of Trump and Hollywood-aspect. The Cruz supporters I know are more of the lawyer, right-wing, make-no-compromise types, guns, guns, guns; not the religious types (even though I know supposedly that is his core base.)

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« Reply #95 on: February 28, 2016, 05:29:47 PM »
Whoa, Ted Cruz is having a melt down on Fox News with Chris Wallace right now.

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« Reply #96 on: February 28, 2016, 05:52:07 PM »
"Conservatism! Conservatism! Jesus is good, More Jesus More Conservatism!"
-every Ted Cruz speech.

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« Reply #97 on: February 29, 2016, 01:04:20 AM »
Whoa, Ted Cruz is having a melt down on Fox News with Chris Wallace right now.

Six hours later, and no hyperlink. This guy's gone soft.


Jesus is good, More Jesus





I'm here to deliver.


Re: Ted Cruz Sucks! - The Definitive Compendium
« Reply #99 on: February 29, 2016, 08:49:40 PM »
Six hours later, and no hyperlink. This guy's gone soft.






I'm here to deliver.

Cruz will hire this woman to solve the Flint Michigan water issues

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« Reply #100 on: March 04, 2016, 01:11:55 AM »

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« Reply #101 on: March 04, 2016, 02:40:27 AM »
I find it fascinating that people find a bit of food on someone's lip as gross but then watch porn videos where the actors drop a mouthful of spit into another person's, usually a girl's, mouth and thinks it is as sexy as hell.

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« Reply #102 on: March 04, 2016, 02:43:54 AM »
I find it fascinating that people find a bit of food on someone's lip as gross but then watch porn videos where the actors drop a mouthful of spit into another person's, usually a girl's, mouth and thinks it is as sexy as hell.

We swallow our own spit at the rate of gallons a day, but if we get backwash in a coffee cup, we scrub that bitch with bleach. LOL

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« Reply #103 on: March 08, 2016, 10:32:03 PM »
Murmurs of Cruz playing dirty politics in Hawaii against Rubio tonight.

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« Reply #104 on: March 08, 2016, 10:54:28 PM »
Murmurs of Cruz playing dirty politics in Hawaii against Rubio tonight.
“This particular email apparently came from a volunteer in Hawaii, not affiliated with the campaign, not working for the campaign, not under authorization for the campaign,” Cruz told Fox News' Megyn Kelly. “We have over 200,000 volunteers across the country, I cannot control, nor do I want to control what 200,000 volunteers do.”-Cruz
On paper I don't mind some of his policies but, to me, as a person he seems smarmy and underhanded. Like a shyster trying to bilk both his client and whatever insurance company for a big payout. And his stuff, almost McCarthy-esque, of secret stuff the NYTimes has etc on Trump. Ugh. I'll take him as my Senator because at least he will fight Obama/Billary/etc and use his legal skills for parlimentary procedures or filibusters or whatever, but not sure as President.

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« Reply #105 on: March 09, 2016, 12:05:02 AM »
Cruz is too much of an evangelical for my taste.
Smarm-face not withstanding.

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« Reply #106 on: March 09, 2016, 01:31:55 PM »
Cruz is too much of an evangelical for my taste.
Smarm-face not withstanding.
Its not the bible thumping act that bothers me, its the hypocrisy and ambition.  At least Obama had ten years as a legislator before running for Pres; Cruz has only three and as running for the WH as soon as he got to Washington. This morning, when describing how he's won from N to S and E to W, he made an exaggerated and obvious sign of the cross like a priest giving benediction.  A creep of the first order.  The sad part is that Trump made him a national figure.  Without DT as his foil for the extremists who love him, he'd have been gone after SC.

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« Reply #107 on: March 09, 2016, 02:50:36 PM »
It's tragic that a guy who spent all of his formative years training for debates, at the expense of a normal youth or even having friends, can be bested so thoroughly by people with no debate training at all. Groomed for this point in his life from childhood, only to be thwarted by a guy like Trump, who can basically walk out on the debate stage and call him a pinhead, and own the debate.

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« Reply #108 on: March 09, 2016, 04:09:43 PM »
It's tragic that a guy who spent all of his formative years training for debates, at the expense of a normal youth or even having friends, can be bested so thoroughly by people with no debate training at all. Groomed for this point in his life from childhood, only to be thwarted by a guy like Trump, who can basically walk out on the debate stage and call him a pinhead, and own the debate.
When AI is developed, it will look a lot like Cruz's manner of inflexible hypothesis derived from a binary thought process where all is black or white.  School debates are won on form, not substance; Rafael Jr. never seemed to grasp that.

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« Reply #109 on: March 11, 2016, 01:22:42 AM »
It's tragic that a guy who spent all of his formative years training for debates, at the expense of a normal youth or even having friends, can be bested so thoroughly by people with no debate training at all. Groomed for this point in his life from childhood, only to be thwarted by a guy like Trump, who can basically walk out on the debate stage and call him a pinhead, and own the debate.

Yeah, I don`t know. Actually, Cruz has a great life and has been extraordinarily successful at virtually every endeavor. However, this time out, its just unfortunate that Cruz is  basically running against this guy and his glassy-eyed, sycophants:


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« Reply #110 on: March 11, 2016, 08:42:39 AM »
Brilliance of Ted Cruz, a Washington anti-establishment rebel long before Drumph ever decided he was a....whatever the heck he`s calling himself these days.


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« Reply #111 on: March 11, 2016, 11:14:45 AM »
Is there anyone more repugnant than this idiots Ted Cruz?


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« Reply #112 on: March 11, 2016, 11:16:42 AM »
Yeah, I don`t know. Actually, Cruz has a great life and has been extraordinarily successful at virtually every endeavor.

Probably at the expense of everyone else. Most people who know him personally or went to college with him thinks he's a flagrant narcissistic asshole. I think his fundamentalism and dominionism puts him in the Jim Jones category more than anyone else running. He doesn't scare me though - I don't think he's electable.

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« Reply #113 on: March 11, 2016, 11:17:45 AM »
Tard Cruz's Greatest Hits of Lies and Flip Flopping.

*trigger warning.  It's Tard Cruz, guaranteed to make you barf in your mouth


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« Reply #114 on: March 11, 2016, 11:37:01 AM »
I don't mean this as an anti-Christian post. In fact, I'll momentarily go back to my roots as a cultural Roman Catholic, a faith that by canon law forbids priests from holding a public office that involves the exercise of political power because it's unbecoming of a minister to engage in that kind of sleaze. Instead, I mean it as an anti-Pentecostal post. This is one frightening ass article for anyone that thinks reasonably.

http://eastorlandopost.com/ted-cruz-closet-pentecostal

Ted's dad speaking in tongues. In Catholicism, this is usually a problem best fixed with an exorcism.



 


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« Reply #115 on: March 11, 2016, 11:43:35 AM »
Teen Tit Films Ted Cruz and his cozy relationship with "Execute all the gay people" Pastor Kevin Swanson.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/michelangelo-signorile/post_10496_b_8544540.html

Watch here, in this clip, Ted Cruz warmly embraces Kevin Sawnson like a fellow christian.



Is Ted Cruz really nothing more than a hateful monster?

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« Reply #116 on: March 11, 2016, 11:52:03 AM »
Looks like Teen Tit Ted believes it should be mandatory for everyone to go to church every Sunday.

http://nationalreport.net/ted-cruz-adds-mandatory-church-platform-inspiring-words-sylvia-allen/

But, but, but, he is a constitutionalist!!!!!!!

Say it again folks!  He is a constitutionalist!!!!

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« Reply #117 on: March 11, 2016, 12:00:07 PM »
I don't mean this as an anti-Christian post. In fact, I'll momentarily go back to my roots as a cultural Roman Catholic, a faith that by canon law forbids priests from holding a public office that involves the exercise of political power because it's unbecoming of a minister to engage in that kind of sleaze. Instead, I mean it as an anti-Pentecostal post. This is one frightening ass article for anyone that thinks reasonably.

http://eastorlandopost.com/ted-cruz-closet-pentecostal

Ted's dad speaking in tongues. In Catholicism, this is usually a problem best fixed with an exorcism.


Exorcist comment is hilarious- though only in recent times has the Pope gone back to the older ways and ramped up the exorcism stuff. For many decades it was sort of an embarrassing relic, best not talked about or even done. But if you recall this Pope got into politics determining, I guess by his divine right of Kings and sole communicator to God through Peter, that Trump, or anyone who supports a border, is "not a Christian."

Talk about a politician- he is head of a country that issues their own passports, had emissaries, bank, and intelligence outfit. Not a democratically elected leader by the people but instead elected in a secret cabal filled with all kinds of intrigue, pomp, and special smoke. (Though I guess in his view as being God's sole representative on earth this process was preordained from on high?) And they, over times, also cover-up abuse of kids (organized their financial and landholdings to limit liability for those cases if caught,) won't show the public an audit of their bank, have accepted money from, and helped, all kinds of sordid types: fascists, organized crime, and corrupt sovereigns, and even today have security, including walls and border, of their country. Women can not even have bare shoulders and no shorts for men you visit the Vatican- which I encourage everyone to do so because they have some amazing art and buildings. Watch out for pickpockets on the way there though...

I agree both this article and odd laying on hands and speaking in tongues. Strange but I've seen weird stuff all over- recall the witch ceremonies to cleanse the White House after Bush or people trying to levitate the Pentagon?  But also no fan of the Catholic Church either- especially when it always tries to get into political and economic affairs of other countries and don't trust anyone who proclaims a system in which one person has sole power, communication, or authority "from God," at least traditionally not sure that the official Catholic canon is on this now.

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« Reply #118 on: March 11, 2016, 12:13:41 PM »
Also don't forget that Teen Tit Films Ted is the most ardent climate change denier. 

He is also the candidate mostly funded by big oil and coal companies.  I am sure one has nothing to do with the other right?

"God goin' fix up the Earth, we jussin need'n to pray tis' all, and not make God angry wit all da gay folks being gay an stuff." - Ted Cruz

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« Reply #119 on: March 11, 2016, 12:18:24 PM »
Exorcist comment is hilarious- though only in recent times has the Pope gone back to the older ways and ramped up the exorcism stuff. For many decades it was sort of an embarrassing relic, best not talked about or even done. But if you recall this Pope got into politics determining, I guess by his divine right of Kings and sole communicator to God through Peter, that Trump, or anyone who supports a border, is "not a Christian."

Yeah, when I was a kid the priests used to get embarrassed when I'd ask about exorcism. They would typically admit that modern psychology is better at exorcising demons than exorcisms are. That said, Pope Francis is a liberal South American priest, which are known to be problematic and leftwing. Liberation theology and all.

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Talk about a politician- he is head of a country that issues their own passports, had emissaries, bank, and intelligence outfit. Not a democratically elected leader by the people but instead elected in a secret cabal filled with all kinds of intrigue, pomp, and special smoke. (Though I guess in his view as being God's sole representative on earth this process was preordained from on high?) And they, over times, also cover-up abuse of kids (organized their financial and landholdings to limit liability for those cases if caught,) won't show the public an audit of their bank, have accepted money from, and helped, all kinds of sordid types: fascists, organized crime, and corrupt sovereigns, and even today have security, including walls and border, of their country. Women can not even have bare shoulders and no shorts for men you visit the Vatican- which I encourage everyone to do so because they have some amazing art and buildings. Watch out for pickpockets on the way there though...

I agree, paragons of virtue they are not. I'm a cultural catholic, not a practicing one. I don't deny my roots, but I don't believe them either.

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I agree both this article and odd laying on hands and speaking in tongues. Strange but I've seen weird stuff all over- recall the witch ceremonies to cleanse the White House after Bush or people trying to levitate the Pentagon?  But also no fan of the Catholic Church either- especially when it always tries to get into political and economic affairs of other countries and don't trust anyone who proclaims a system in which one person has sole power, communication, or authority "from God," at least traditionally not sure that the official Catholic canon is on this now.

They've toned down the papal infallibility stuff recently. Mainly, I think, in preparation to go back into eventual communion with the Orthodox.