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Ted Cruz
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>>60995927
Have you seen the Duck Commander ad?
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The epitome of special interests.
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>>60995927
Weasel
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Grandpa Munster
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How does Ted Cruz look like that in real life?
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>>60995927
This is a real ad.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eX4hOgGtTWk
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>>60997238
Because that's the kind of endorsement you want.
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>>60997238
Badass
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>>60997238

That was cool.
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>>60997238
Another reason why he should not be president.
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>>60995927
Owned by Goldman Sachs and Comcast
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HM6xUtLrkPM
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/comfycruz/ again
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>>60997238
IS HE OR SHE A NATURAL BORN CITIZEN?
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>>60995927
"Conservative change"
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>>60995927
He got booed off the stage by christians


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXioAGVv_7I
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Creepy
Crook
Weasel
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>>60995927
Sucks dick for H1-B fuck this curryniggerboo
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>>60997238
Pretty cool. This plays well.

>where's my shotgun dammit!
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>>60995927
Good ole Canadian boy.
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>>60999391
>If you will not stand with Israel and the Jews
>then I will not stand with you.
He literally says this to a Christian audience.
Traitor to his own faith
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>>60995927

really creepy with that eye liner
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>>60995927
He's an illegal
He has to go back
Trump will deport him Day 1
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>>60995927

SHOO SHOO CREEPY CRUZ
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>>60998898
>>60999391
>>60999519
>>60999577
>>60999801
Poor NatSocs. Where are you going to go when politics passes you over yet again?
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Trump's only mistake so far has been making friends with this creep weasel, maybe he'll turn it around tonight
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>>61000438
They were both smart to have their alliance. Trumpfags are just pansies who don't know politics and can't stand the competition.
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>>61000376
Poor faggot, who's dick are you going to suck when your illegal immigrant boyfriend gets deported?
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>>61000720
There is no competition. They're an irritating little Canadian weasel nipping at Trump's feet. It's unsanitary.
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>>60995927
Is he against unlimited corporate power, and globalism, outsourcing of US breadwinner jobs to slaves?

Does he support anti-trust legislation?

But he wants to win the US Presidency????

WTF?

Does he speak out about Corporate compensation and perks for executives... and the need to temper capitalism to cut overhead to keep costs low??
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>>61000843
>I make it my business to character assassinate the best man in the Senate on immigration
Nice meme you got there dumb shit.

http://www.ibtimes.com/ted-cruz-wants-send-syrian-refugees-already-here-home-retroactive-assessment-plan-2256650

How did it work though, your campaign?
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>>60999577
wow.
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Ted Cruz

As Ted Cruz tells it, the story of how he financed his upstart campaign for the United States Senate four years ago is an endearing example of loyalty and shared sacrifice between a married couple.

“Sweetheart, I’d like us to liquidate our entire net worth, liquid net worth, and put it into the campaign,” he says he told his wife, Heidi, who readily agreed.

But the couple’s decision to pump more than $1 million into Mr. Cruz’s successful Tea Party-darling Senate bid in Texas was made easier by a large loan from Goldman Sachs, where Mrs. Cruz works. That loan was not disclosed in campaign finance reports.
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Ted Cruz Starts to Crack G.O.P. Establishment’s Wall of OppositionJAN. 13, 2016

Those reports show that in the critical weeks before the May 2012 Republican primary, Mr. Cruz — currently a leading contender for his party’s presidential nomination — put “personal funds” totaling $960,000 into his Senate campaign. Two months later, shortly before a scheduled runoff election, he added more, bringing the total to $1.2 million — “which is all we had saved,” as Mr. Cruz described it in an interview with The New York Times several years ago.
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A review of personal financial disclosures that Mr. Cruz filed later with the Senate does not find a liquidation of assets that would have accounted for all the money he spent on his campaign. What it does show, however, is that in the first half of 2012, Ted and Heidi Cruz obtained the low-interest loan from Goldman Sachs, as well as another one from Citibank. The loans totaled as much as $750,000 and eventually increased to a maximum of $1 million before being paid down later that year. There is no explanation of their purpose.
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>>61001645
Neither loan appears in reports the Ted Cruz for Senate Committee filed with the Federal Election Commission, in which candidates are required to disclose the source of money they borrow to finance their campaigns. Other campaigns have been investigated and fined for failing to make such disclosures, which are intended to inform voters and prevent candidates from receiving special treatment from lenders. There is no evidence that the Cruzes got a break on their loans.

A spokeswoman for Mr. Cruz’s presidential campaign, Catherine Frazier, acknowledged that the loan from Goldman Sachs, drawn against the value of the Cruzes’ brokerage account, was a source of money for the Senate race. Ms. Frazier added that Mr. Cruz also sold stocks and liquidated savings, but she did not address whether the Citibank loan was used.

The failure to report the Goldman Sachs loan, for as much as $500,000, was “inadvertent,” she said, adding that the campaign would file corrected reports as necessary. Ms. Frazier said there had been no attempt to hide anything.
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Op-Ed Columnist: The Brutalism of Ted CruzJAN. 12, 2016

“These transactions have been reported in one way or another on his many public financial disclosures and the Senate campaign’s F.E.C. filings,” she said.

Kenneth A. Gross, a former election commission lawyer who specializes in campaign finance law, said that listing a bank loan in an annual Senate ethics report — which deals only with personal finances — would not satisfy the requirement that it be promptly disclosed to election officials during a campaign.
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>>61001729
“They’re two different reporting regimes,” he said. “The law says if you get a loan for the purpose of funding a campaign, you have to show the original source of the loan, the terms of the loan and you even have to provide a copy of the loan document to the Federal Election Commission.”
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There would have been nothing improper about Mr. Cruz obtaining bank loans for his campaign, as long as they were disclosed. But such a disclosure might have conveyed the wrong impression for his candidacy.

Mr. Cruz, a conservative former Texas solicitor general, was campaigning as a populist firebrand who criticized Wall Street bailouts and the influence of big banks in Washington. It is a theme he has carried into his bid for the Republican nomination for president.

Earlier this year, when asked about the political clout of Goldman Sachs in particular, he replied, “Like many other players on Wall Street and big business, they seek out and get special favors from government.”

In recounting the decision to put all of their savings into the campaign, Mr. Cruz said in the 2013 Times interview that Mrs. Cruz immediately agreed to his proposal, even though he was trailing in the polls and still viewed as a long shot against Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst, who spent $24 million of his own money on the race.

“What astonished me, then and now, was Heidi within 60 seconds said, ‘Absolutely,’ with no hesitation,” Mr. Cruz said.
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He looks ineligible. Can anyone confirm?
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Have all the Carson shills switched over to Cruz? How can anybody take this creepy weasel faggot seriously?
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>>61001811
Mrs. Cruz, who is on leave as a managing director at Goldman Sachs, later suggested that the reality was more complicated. She told Politico in 2014 that she thought they should apply “common investment sense” and not use their own money for the campaign “unless it made the difference” in winning. The article did not mention anything about loans from banks.

The money from the Cruzes allowed his campaign to keep running television ads in the period preceding the primary election, including a $300,000 ad buy that highlighted the story of Mr. Cruz’s father’s flight from Cuba in the 1950s after opposing the Batista regime. Mr. Cruz earned enough votes in the primary to qualify for a runoff, where he defeated Mr. Dewhurst and went on to win the general election.
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Graphic: 2016 Primary Calendar and Results

The ethics reports that candidates file with the Senate require them to list all assets they held at the close of the year or that generated income during the year. Assets are reported in broad categories of value, such as $1,001 to $15,000 and $100,001 to $250,000.

Mr. Cruz’s filings show that at the close of 2011, he and his wife had cash and securities in bank, brokerage and retirement accounts worth $1.3 million to $3.4 million. They also had mortgages and a loan against Mr. Cruz’s partnership equity in his law firm. During 2012, they sold securities worth $82,000 to $355,000, and the value of other holdings was reduced by, at most, $155,000.
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>>61001903
However, they also added a money-market account with $250,000 to $500,000 in it, and the value of other holdings increased by as much as $435,000. All told, the value of their cash and securities in 2012 saw a net increase of as much as $400,000 — even as the Cruzes were supposedly liquidating everything to finance Mr. Cruz’s Senate campaign.
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>>61001837
I can confirm that Ted Cruz is eligible.
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>>61001991
The biggest change in the Cruzes’ finances in 2012 was the addition of the two bank loans, each valued at $250,000 to $500,000, during the first half of the year. One was a margin loan from Goldman Sachs. Margin loans, which are secured by holdings in a brokerage account, are often used to buy more stocks, but can be obtained for almost any purpose.

The other loan was a line of credit from Citibank. Even if the Citibank loan did not go directly into the Senate campaign, it could have freed up other assets for that purpose. While the Cruzes were well paid — he made more than $1 million a year as a law partner, and she earned a six-figure income as an executive in Goldman Sachs’s Houston office — they also had big bills, including mortgage payments and full-time child care.

Both loans had floating interest rates around 3 percent, according to Mr. Cruz’s Senate disclosures, which appear to be generally in line with rates available to wealthy borrowers at that time.

During the remainder of 2012, the Cruz campaign repaid Mr. Cruz for about half of the money he lent. His Senate disclosures show that he and his wife paid off the Citibank loan that same year. As for the Goldman Sachs loan, it remains outstanding, though the balance has been reduced to between $50,000 and $100,000.

The federal guide to campaign finance reporting for congressional candidates makes it clear that if the original source of money for a candidate’s personal loan was a margin loan or a line of credit, it must be disclosed.
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“Bank loans to candidates and loans derived from advances on a candidate’s brokerage accounts, credit cards, home equity line of credit, or other lines of credit obtained for use in connection with his or her campaign must be reported by the committee,” according to the guide.
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>>61000438
Trump's only mistake so far has been making friends with this creep weasel,
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>>61000376
>Where are you going to go when politics passes you over yet again?
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>spamming the full text of anti-cruz opinion pieces
Pathetic
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>>61000720
>Trumpfags are just pansies
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>>61000965
>an irritating little Canadian weasel nipping at Trump's feet
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>>61001092
>But he wants to win the US Presidency????
>WTF?
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>>60995927
Look at him, it is the face of an incompetent and opportunistic man my dear burgers...

Are you really unable to draw these kind of conclusions simply by looking at people?
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