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  • luckyskywaltzer luckyskywaltzer Feb 23, 2013 8:25 PM Flag

    Ted Cruz never had a job

     

    Ted cruz never had a job. And how scummy can he get attacking Hagel with lies and innuendo?
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    Ted Cruz is disappointed in all you people insulting him for being a McCarthyite jackass

    by Hunter

    Everyone is so mean to Ted Cruz. It's shameful, really.
    Sen. Ted Cruz really is the perfect tea party politician—you've got to hand it to him there. During and after a Senate hearing in which he suggested maybe secretary of defense nominee Chuck Hagel (a Republican himself, remember) was maybe-possibly-you-never-know taking money from American enemies like North Korea, Cruz was roundly plastered by both Democrats and fellow Republicans alike for the outright McCarthyisms.

    You know where this is going yet? Of course you do. Here's Ted Cruz, sniffing about the outrage against him:

    "Washington has a long tradition of trying to hurl insults to silence those who they don't like what they're saying," said Cruz.

    That's actual senator Ted Cruz, complaining after his suggestion that maybe Chuck Freaking Hagel has financial ties to North Korea that people in Washington are unfairly insulting him.

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    • **And how scummy can he get attacking Hagel with lies and innuendo**

      It's refreshing to see such support for a Rebulican Senator. You dopes are so far in the tank for Obama no matter how stupid his ideas, that when you come up you'll get the bends.

      Sentiment: Hold

 
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