The good news is it appears congressional leaders have agreed to rescue the internet in time to prevent the Sept. 30 expiration of U.S. oversight. Sen. Ted Cruz, who has pushed hard against the plan since it was announced two years ago, told me last week he’s “cautiously optimistic” legislators will block it through a rider to the federal budget: “The basic proposition of keeping the internet free has united Republicans across the spectrum and should also unite Democrats with Republicans.”
Yep. Still fighting the good fight against The Globalists and The Establishment, of which I’ve been assured that he was one of them all along.
Meanwhile at this weekend’s Values Voters Summit:
Ted Cruz may have won the Values Voter Summit straw poll three years running, but attendees at this weekend’s social conservative gathering in Washington, D.C., weren’t happy with the Texas senator’s refusal to back Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Quite a departure. Winning their Summit three times in a row versus choosing a Bush Lied, anti-Iraq War, married three times Democrat.
Careful now. Your malleable “values” are showing.
Originally a supporter of Mr. Cruz, Mrs. Hawley, 61, said the senator’s personal feud with Mr. Trump was “very childish.”
“He’s a Christian, and Christians need to forgive,” Mrs. Hawley said. “I know Donald Trump offended him and his wife, but I think your country’s more important than holding onto those grudges.
Good thing Trump doesn’t hold grudges. I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again.
Forgive someone who asks for forgiveness.
The certain Christian needs to forgive unsolicited but the Baby Christian of Convenience need not humble himself in such a way as to ask for it.
Trump, Gayway Trumpette, Free Republic, and Breitbart news continue to lie about Cruz to this day.
This is like forgiving the person who is stabbing you in the chest while his friends rape your wife as it’s happening.
“I wouldn’t support him anymore,” she added. “That’s childish, and he needs to put our country first.”
Really. Was Trump going to support anyone who beat him? Never. Considering Trump’s recent road to Damascus conversion from Childish to Adult, I’d watch where you point your diaper finger.
“I was very disappointed in Ted Cruz, because he originally pledged that he would support the Republican candidate, and I was a supporter of Cruz, but then he came around and said it’s a matter of principle, and he can’t support Trump,” said Mr. Parker, 76. “But, wait a minute, you promised to support the candidate and now you won’t, because they said something about your family?
Yep. That is exactly why. And if you think that’s a BS excuse, go fuck your ugly, whore mother.
And I still expect your vote in naming me Blogger of the Year.
“I wouldn’t trust Cruz, because if he can change that quickly that easily, how can I know he won’t change again going down the road?” he said. “I think it will hurt him when he comes up for re-election.”
Think or hope it will hurt him?
He didn’t change. That’s your problem. He has values. He has principles. They didn’t break under the weight of every Establishment Republican blaming him for the government shutdown.
And they didn’t bend under pressure from the fairweather conservatives, fake Christians, or closet Populists masquerading as the “alt-Right” to endorse a fraud who gleefully attacked his wife and family and never apologized.
So much for being the adult in the room.
Enjoy your Internet Freedom, ingrates.