Ted Cruz is very wrong about Trump voters. He will never get the Trump votes! Cruz isn’t even in a lead here? He isn’t even in the top 6! He has been fluctuating between 3 and 6 while 8 percent was the highest he ever reached in the more accurate polls.
He has a lot of North American Union nerve to even think that his anchor baby self is even eligible to be in the presidential race at all. When will someone please explain to him that being born in Canada to Canadian parents does not mean he meets the eligibility rules to be president? His mother was a US citizen but gave that up to be a citizen of Canada. It was not until 2005 that his parents became US citizens. What the heck is wrong with this picture? It smells of The Council on Foreign Relations to me. It is no secret anymore that Cruz’s wife Heidi helped write the manual on how to merge the USA into Canada and Mexico and guess what folks? Illegal immigration was one of the key steps.
I can’t speak for anyone else, but I find it painful to watch Cruz speak on a stage. Especially when he thrusts his arms out and up, simultaneously making eye contact up in the air as though he were delivering his speech to someone in a make believe balcony, as he spews his well timed rhetoric out in the manner of Shakespeare. He grins, glances coyly then thrusts to the other side, repeating more of the same high school drama bla, bla. After a boring spew of memorized lines, he turns to the crowd of 100 or so and gives all those who haven’t fallen asleep an eye wink, followed by his sly dog grin. In closing, he smugly stands totally self absorbed, seemingly taken aback by his own marvelous oracles of wisdom. He takes a head bow and swags a bit, grinning again, but now more like the Cheshire cat as he stands proudly gawking at the audience, waiting for his applause. It is actually scary to watch.
How does he think anyone who is following a strong man like Trump would ever give a vote to a politically correct drama class weasel?
Ted Cruz – Early life and ancestry
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: Cruz was born on December 22, 1970,in Calgary, Alberta, to parents Eleanor Elizabeth Darragh Wilson and Rafael Bienvenido Cruz. At the time of his birth, Cruz’ parents were working in the oil business as owners of a seismic-data processing firm for oil drilling.
Cruz’s father was born in Cuba, and left in 1957 to attend the University of Texas at Austin, becoming a naturalized U.S. citizen in 2005.His mother earned an undergraduate degree in mathematics from Rice University in the 1950s.
On his father’s side, Cruz had two older half-sisters, Miriam and Roxana Cruz. On his mother’s side Cruz had a half-brother, Michael Wilson (1960 – 1965), who died before Cruz was born. Cruz learned of the deceased sibling from his mother during his teenage years.
When he was a child, Cruz’s mother told him that she would have to make an affirmative act to claim Canadian citizenship for him, so his family assumed that he did not hold Canadian citizenship. In August 2013, after the Dallas Morning News pointed out that Cruz had dual Canadian-American citizenship, he applied to formally renounce his Canadian citizenship and ceased being a citizen of Canada on May 14, 2014.