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Video || Ted Cruz Declares, “Yes We Can”

Well, now we know one thing, at least. Ted Cruz and his people can put together a pretty good presidential campaign video.

20 thoughts on “Video || Ted Cruz Declares, “Yes We Can””

  1. He’s great, likable, smart, savvy, says all the right things, but not a proven leader. Yet, anyway.
    A state Governor with a proven record of leading, governing, and good solid ideas would be the best choice.

    Gotta give Texas a lot of credit, their sons really do them proud.

    1. Perry/Cruz ? I like Walker and the lady Governors too, all have been tested pretty fiercely. The GOP certainly has a deep bench of rising stars, the Dems have Hillary and Joe.

      It’s the GOP’s to lose. Gotta get past 2014 first and conservatives off their couches.

    1. If I remember correctly, you’re from Beaverton, right? I can’t believe that Real Clear Politics gives the November elections to Kitzhaber and Merkley. Not even toss-ups according to them.

  2. God bless Ted Cruz, but he is waaaay to far right of the majority of America to get elected. He may be right on many points, but if you don’t get elected, you ain’t gonna govern. I like the guy, but he will never be President. Never.

    Republicans need to come up with some real, tangible ideas (not just “eliminate the IRS” as Cruz said or “repeal Obamacare’) and find a candidate that steers away from the stupid Social issues that turn so many moderates off. 2016 is the year to either get an electable conservative candidate out there or let the Socialist/Democratic/Kumbayah crowd take over the Nation.

    I’d rather get 75% of what I can live with than 0% of what I really want.

    1. I think that your second paragraph is a key to success in the upcoming election. I hope that someone at the RNC is paying attention.

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