My first exposure to him was hearing his name during Rand's historic filibuster when he kept repeating "Stand with Rand." He got a point for that, maybe even two.
The liberty movement needs everyone it can get. So I WANT to support anyone who seems to be voting for Constitutional government and less government (government is, by definition, the OPPOSITE of freedom; freedom MEANS freedom from being governed or it means nothing). Liberty has mighty few real friends in the halls of power.
I'm PROFOUNDLY disappointed to report that Ted Cruz's big dream in life has been to suck at the teat of state and that is what he has done apparently his entire life. By all means, re-elect him to the Senate if there is nobody of better character. But we've seen this movie too many times - virtually every politician follows that script (go to college in order to work for the government - either in law or the military or whatever ... anything but the world of real products and real services in the free market). T
ed Cruz has made his choices and doubled down on them repeatedly. His major choices are well documented and look planned from a young age; just as with Obama, Bush, Clinton, etc. It looks like his has been lusting after the levers of government power his entire life. I see no other way to objectively judge his choices.
Enjoy his speech if you can. Just don't believe he is anything but a politician.
Bill of Rights /Amendment X: "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."
Do you need a politician or judge to "interpret" those 28
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