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Thursday, September 24, 2015

The honest man. And then, who besides Ted Cruz hoping to get into double figure campaign recognition numbers, wants to push to defund Planned Parenthood? Ted Cruz is dangerous. He is grotesque.

The honest man? Al.

On the Senate floor earlier this week, Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., called out the minority of Republicans who are pushing for an ultimatum on Planned Parenthood funding.

“This is an extreme proposal and it unfortunately represents the latest salvo in an unending campaign to make safe and legal abortion virtually impossible to access,” he said.

And calling it out for what it is, an unpopular minority, with an inhospitable and restrictive heavy-government-hand desire, in one place where government intrusion clearly is wrong, must be done. Cruz has to be recognized as a clear and present threat to the nation and in no way by any measure, Presidential. He is a thug.

The quote, Strib, this link.

Cruz should be told he is a thug and should stop.

Mitch McConnell, having to try to sidetrack the idiot, deserves recognition as well motivated. Cruz is being an ass. An in-the-minority ass. A troublemaker.

In no way Presidential.

_____________UPDATE_____________
Is there one person with the most to lose by what Cruz is up to?

I suggest the answer is yes, and the person is Marco Rubio.

Fiorina and Bush are outside of having to vote on disabling the government. They can quietly watch.

Cruz doing this has zero chance in a general election and the GOP money people have to realize that.

So Cruz is putting Rubio in the position of not merely mouthing a line to the choice haters. He will have to vote. He will be compromised. By Cruz.

Bush likely will not cry over that happening to Rubio. He can just stay hidden in the weeds, smiling smirking.


The image is from here, which notes:

"The stakes for America's future are about as great as they come," Bush said as he launched his campaign in Miami under the simple campaign logo of "Jeb!" that makes no mention of the last name he shares with the country's 41st president (his father, George H.W. Bush) and 43rd (older brother George W.).

The question I wonder over, and obviously cannot answer; in this Planned Parenthood assault, are Fiorina and Cruz walking point, for Bush?

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