“You know, every time you have some sort of violent crime or mass killing, you can almost see the media salivating, hoping, hoping, desperately that the murderer happens to be a Republican so they can use it to try to paint their political enemies.
“Now listen, here’s the simple and undeniable fact. The overwhelming majority of violent criminals are Democrats. The media doesn’t report that. What they report, and there’s a reason why the Democrats for years have been viewed as soft on crime because they go in and they appoint to the bench judges who release violent criminals, they go in and they do what Barack Obama tried to do, which is appoint a lawyer who voluntarily represented for free, a cop killer to a senior Justice Department position. They go in and fight to give the right to vote to convicted felons. Why? Because the Democrats know convicted felons tend to vote Democrat.”
… Nailed it.
While it’s fun watching Ted Cruz talk to people who agree with him (it’s a primary, that’s to be expected), we’re far more excited to hear him go toe-to-toe with leftists. The man’s been bred in the realm of Ivy League debate. That’s where he feels most at home. Ted Cruz is a bit like a tiger, you have to make him bleed a little before he comes out to play. While that may play against him on a GOP primary stage with respected colleagues, it certainly tips things in his favor in a general.
Be honest: how much would you pay to watch a one-on-one debate with Ted Cruz and Hillary? Or Obama? Or basically anyone not named “Ted Cruz”?