Ted Cruz Debate Highlights

Ted Cruz Debate Highlights

Videos from Ted Cruz. Press the arrow to play.

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After debate with Neil Cavuto

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  1. Char in ND says:

    Alexis, thank you for those highlights from the debate. Ted Cruz would be a wonderful president and would serve this nation with honor which is something this country is in desperate need of at this time in our history.

    I am old enough that I was fortunate to be able to cast my first ballot ever for president for Ronald Reagan. After Reagan, I have held my nose while voting for Republicans who ran for the highest office in this land. Even though none of them since Reagan were/are conservatives, I did it.

    This week I have witnessed the impugning of Ted Cruz – a true statesman and a good man. The all out assault on his character, lies about his eligibility to serve in office, misrepresentations about his financial transactions, the mischaracterization of his comments and intent of his words regarding New York values have dominated the news and blogs. These attacks have come from every corner – the Bush camp, the Rubio camp, Huckabee, Rand Paul, Rudy Giuliani, some media people at FOX, Breitbart, WSJ, and many others – and of course Donald J. Trump – ad nauseum.

    While Cruz is relentlessly attacked, few bother to examine the distortions and lies behind these accusations, the Trump supporters refuse to acknowledge or condemn the dirty leftist tactics being employed and indeed, seem to be doubling down, repeating and thus condoning them.

    I am a conservative in my heart and in my life. I wear that proudly and I am dismayed that there are so many in this country that do not have the honesty and integrity to call out Trump and the rest of his following for what his campaign is doing. Are there so few people left in this nation that are willing to stand up for what is right and decent? Donald Trump will not apologize, I don’t think it is in his nature. Do we really want someone who is so intellectually dishonest to lead this country? Have we reached that level of desperation, that someone like him is the best we can do and we are willing to accept it?

    I had a conversation with a friend of mine (Vietnam veteran & former Marine) a few months ago about the millions who stayed home instead of voting for Mitt Romney. My friend was of the belief that people did not want to vote for Romney because of his religion. I explained I disagree, although I did vote for him (while holding my nose) I think many stayed home because they are tired of the GOP putting up Democrat lite candidates. I too am tired of it, but I have to say I would hold my nose and vote yet again for the GOP nominee even if my preferred conservative (Cruz) does not win the nomination. With one notable exception. I will not be voting for Donald Trump. Ever. I have had enough of his lies, his dishonesty, his character assassination crusade against a good and decent man. If Trump is the GOP nominee, I will not cast a ballot in the 2016 presidential election. I cannot betray my conservatism and vote for such a man.

    • Did you get to vote for Reagan once or twice?

      • Char in ND says:

        Just once. Second term. I wasn’t old enough the first time he ran and won. When I did get to vote, it was the best vote I ever cast. I miss him more than I can say.

      • Char in ND says:

        Mea culpa, Alexis. You sounded the alarm on Trump long ago. Instead of going on offense, I said let the people decide. You attacked this phony and I said I thought people should listen to him and decide for themselves.

        The train has left the station. You are Paul Revere.

    • I was too young to vote for Reagan but I loved him so much. I campaigned for him to every single adult I knew at the time, lol. I remember being a little kid and feeling really scared about Jimmy Carter being our president. I didn’t feel safe and I didn’t sleep well at night. I never thought we would have a worse president than Carter in my lifetime. Obama surpassed Carter. He really takes the cake. I miss Reagan every day. I think about him every day. He really made an impact on my life.

      I feel like I couldn’t vote for Trump at this point. Sometimes, I actually think the man might be unhinged the way he flies off the handle and he is continually in a state of reaction. If he gets the nomination, my spirit will be broken. I had such high hopes for this election. I feel so angry at much of the conservative media. So many people knew who Trump was and for one reason or another they didn’t want to say it. The media on our side greatly mislead the American people. I lost respect for many people due to their behavior around Donald Trump. And many news organization which I relied on have lost my trust.

      Ted Cruz is a classy guy and a nice person. He has demonstrated restraint and leadership throughout his campaign. Hopefully, this will be the point where people who don’t follow politics as closely as we do sit up and begin to take notice of him. I was very impressed with his debate performance the other night. I pray his numbers stay up in Iowa. He is exactly what America needs to begin healing. With a President Cruz and the continued progress of the Convention of States movement maybe we can put this broken republic back together again. I’ll keep praying.

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