Republican presidential runner Ted Cruz has stemmed controversy within Gay rights groups after a statement this week on a radio show that he is "against gay marriage" but "is married to his own cousin". The rumors spread after a phone interview with local Cincinnati radio stat
CruzCarpenterSon - Why hasn’t Rafael ‘Ted’ Cruz – considered one of the brightest and best (Hispanic) lawyers in the country – filed a lawsuit against the Enquirer? Why hasn’t he even threatened one? How deep does this rabbit hole really go?
It’s hard not to fall down laughing (or lose your lunch) over the most notorious union buster in America waxing on about protecting American jobs, but he’s the last person to understand the irony of his comments. But by taking a position against legal immigration, he’s just placed himself to the right of Ted Cruz on this issue. He’s out in Ben Carson land. Not to mention that he’s obliterated the last tattered shreds of a conservative argument to appeal to Hispanic and other ethnic groups…
Apparently it is again okay to use the pejorative “uppity” against Americans who are members of a racial minority group. Ted Cruz is a historic Senator and presidential candidate, the first Cuban-American to join either club, and for that reason