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lonely bird"we the people" are stupid.
 

1 yr 151 days ago
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To answer your question: Um, no, he doesn't.
wjm22162I Lean Left - get over it.
 

1 yr 144 days ago
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Some vulgar - yes... but in this case - justified.
Cruz is the ultimate lackey - whatever it takes to get press, even it means jumping on the failing Trump Train. He is a sad excuse for a politician. Texas has some real problems if this is the best they have to offer regarding congressional representation.
SchmidtLiberal/progressive/pragmatist
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1 yr 147 days ago
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It's not only "Lyin TedCruz". It's the whole bunch of Republican opponents who ran against him with the exception of Lindsay Graham. "Little Marco" and his wife also had dinner at the White House. "Look at that face" Carla Fiorina met with Trump at Trump Tower looking for a job. She praised his "executive abilities". Sleepy Ben Carson, came crawling to Trump and landed a job after brown nosing him. Even Mitt Romney, who once rightly called Romney a "phony", had dinner with Trump and obligingly praised him afterward. All these Republicans and more came back to kiss his ring...or worse. It's why 88 percent of Republicans approve of Trump's performance... he's secretly admired for doing what he is doing. The "locker room talk" further endears him to the jock crowd. Many of the women who support him are already submissive to their husbands...evangelical women especially. The authoritarian bully has a certain appeal to the authoritarian follower.