El Candidato de Pelayo

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El Candidato de Pelayo

Mensajepor Pelayo » Mayo 5th, 2013, 5:11 pm

Conventional wisdom is pretty much set that Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) is a bull in the Senate’s china shop. Washington punditry would have you believe that he has proven to be half-cocked and a not-ready-for-prime-time player. His intensity and outbursts have been an irritant to establishment figures from both parties, and he is a marginalized character. Granted, some of what he has said and done since being elected in November has been a tad rough around the edges, but the fact that he is crossways with the Washington establishment and a burr under almost every saddle in town gives him credibility with Republicans everywhere outside the Beltway.
Cruz has extraordinary assets that make him perfectly poised for leadership in the Republican party. First, to state the obvious, he’s not shy and he’s not intimidated by Washington norms or Senate rituals. He has the IQ and the credentials to go toe-to-toe with most any opinion leader in Washington. Also, without a doubt, he could be one of the party’s most effective fundraisers — starting with the deep pockets in his home state of Texas — and he is probably among the top three or four most desirable headliners for a GOP state party fundraising event anywhere in the nation. And if Cruz chooses to get involved in primaries, his endorsement would be more valuable than an endorsement from just about any other Republican in Washington.
Cruz knows the media is laying traps for him, and he’s not making frequent appearances on the Sunday talk show circuit, but more and more, he has become the topic of discussion on these shows. If anybody’s hoping that Cruz is going to mellow after a few weeks of negative media coverage coming out of Washington, think again. The man can speak for himself. In an interview with NBC in Dallas, Cruz was asked about criticism he has received as a result of his headstrong approach to Congress. He answered, “That’s the way of Washington, and I’ve got a thick skin. I don’t mind if people take shots at me. If Democrats, a number of them on the record, launched personal insults and attacks at me, if they want to do that, that’s fine. I have no intention of reciprocating.”
Keep your eye on Cruz.
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Después de que Cruz terminó su discurso, el presidente del Partido Republicano de Carolina del Sur, Chad Connelly, recordó al senador que el ex presidente Ronald Reagan había hecho un discurso una vez en el evento anual de recaudación de fondos del partido, conocido como la Cena del Elefante Plateado.
“No es que quiera presionarlo a usted, pero tenemos expectativas muy altas con respecto a usted, y esperamos que vuelva a nuestro estado”, dijo Connelly a Cruz.
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Mensajepor Cartagena » Mayo 5th, 2013, 6:19 pm

Y el mio tambien! :partyman:
No es lo mismo estar jodido que estar jodiendo.

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Mensajepor orion » Mayo 6th, 2013, 5:13 pm

Ted Cruz correra en el 2016 para robarle votos a Marco Rubio entre los cubanos y la derecha y asi se maten los dos. La jugada esta clara.

Seguro que otro democrata desconocido gana, como el negro en el 2008, y seguiremos el camino al glorioso socialismo del siglo XXI.

Se lo merecen los cubanos por ser tan comemierdas y dejarse dividir. Un Marco Rubio en la Casa Blanca es muy peligroso para los castros en Cuba y los chavistas en Venezuela, igual a la vendeta personal estilo familia Bush vs Saddam Hussein. La elite aqui lo sabe, por lo que no lo dejaran ganar. Ted Cruz no le importa a Fidel ni a los suyos porque no es tan cubano como Marco Rubio. No se crio entre el exilio histerico ni la diaspora cubana, ergo no levanta tantas preocupaciones en La Habana, ni tiene deudas morales con la comunidad cubana. Para mi Cruz es un autentico desconocido. Un americano de Texas que por tener un padre cubano y hablar español pretende hacerle creer a los cubanos de la Florida que el es uno mas comprometido con la causa.

Nisiquiera le debe su gobernatura a la diaspora, ni a que congresistas cubanos lo hubieran apadrinado en su camino a politico, como Ileana con Marco Rubio cuando mas joven. Entonces no tiene deudas morales con las que cumplir, ni se crio entre el exilio.

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Mensajepor Pelayo » Mayo 21st, 2013, 2:35 pm

Cruz graduated cum laude from Princeton University in 1992. While at Princeton, he competed for the American Whig-Cliosophic Society's Debate Panel and won the top speaker award at both the 1992 U.S. National Debating Championship and the 1992 North American Debating Championship. In 1992, he was named U.S. National Speaker of the Year and Team of the Year (with his debate partner, David Panton). Cruz was also a semi-finalist at the 1995 World Universities Debating Championship.
Cruz's senior thesis on the separation of powers, titled "Clipping the Wings of Angels," draws its inspiration from a passage attributed to James Madison: "If angels were to govern men, neither external nor internal controls on government would be necessary." Cruz argued that the drafters of the Constitution intended to protect the rights of their constituents, and the last two items in the Bill of Rights offered an explicit stop against an all-powerful state. Cruz wrote: "They simply do so from different directions. The Tenth stops new powers, and the Ninth fortifies all other rights, or non-powers." Cruz then attended Harvard Law School, graduating magna cum laude in 1995. While at Harvard Law, Cruz was a primary editor of the Harvard Law Review, and executive editor of the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, and a founding editor of the Harvard Latino Law Review. As a student at Harvard Law, Professor Alan Dershowitz said, “Cruz was off-the-charts brilliant.” Cruz served as a law clerk to William Rehnquist, Chief Justice of the United States, and J. Michael Luttig of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. Cruz was the first Hispanic ever to clerk for a Chief Justice of the United States.Cruz served as an associate deputy attorney general in the U.S. Justice Department and as the director of policy planning at the U.S. Federal Trade Commission under President George W. Bush.
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Mensajepor Cartagena » Mayo 21st, 2013, 8:53 pm

Eso es lo que necesitamos, no la merde que tenemos en la WH.
No es lo mismo estar jodido que estar jodiendo.

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Mensajepor Pelayo » Mayo 23rd, 2013, 12:02 pm

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas. (Credit: AP) ‎5/‎23/‎2013

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) on Wednesday made it crystal clear that he is not in Washington, D.C. to play ball with politicians in either party, especially when it comes to the nation's out of control debt. In fact, he reveled that he doesn't trust Republicans or Democrats to do the right thing.
Cruz objects to starting House-Senate budget negations unless Democrats take a debt limit increase off the table. He reiterated his stance on Wednesday, saying he is not willing to put blind trust in his own party.
"The senior senator from Arizona (John McCain) urged this body to trust the Republicans. Let me be clear, I don't trust the Republicans," Cruz said on the Senate floor. "And I don't trust the Democrats."
"Unfortunately," Cruz continued, "one of the reasons we got into this mess is because a lot of Republicans were complicit in this spending spree. And that's why so many Americans are disgusted with both sides of this house. Because we need leaders on both sides...to roll up our sleeves, to compromise, to work together and fix the problem, fix the enormous fiscal and economic problems. Stop bankrupting our country."
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Mensajepor Cartagena » Mayo 23rd, 2013, 12:18 pm

Este Ted habla bonito!
No es lo mismo estar jodido que estar jodiendo.

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Mensajepor orion » Mayo 24th, 2013, 2:04 pm

Coño que acertado estuve en mi critica inicial =))

El negro también se hizo abogado en Harvard y se graduó con notas sobresalientes, además de haber sido igual de brillante. Bush salió de Yale. Clinton salio de Yale. El mismo perro con diferente collar. Todo eso me demuestra que Cruz es otro elitista de mierda mas que no tiene nada que ver con el pueblo. Todos los presidentes últimamente parecen salir de Yale o Harvard, donde la mayoría del pueblo americano nunca ha puesto un pie.

Marco se graduó de una universidad común, la FIU, y vive en un barrio común de gente trabajadora como lo ha dicho. Eso es una verdadera historia de ser exitoso y salir adelante en la vida. Además de tener mucha más relación con la comunidad cubana de este país desde joven. No me identifico con Cruz, otro americano elitista más del montón de comemierdas que han salido de Harvard Yale a mal gobernar este país.


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