Friday, October 2, 2015

Momentum: Rush says Cruz is 'the most steadfastly opposed to liberalism'

On Wednesday while talking to a caller, Rush Limbaugh identified which GOP candidate voters ought to choose if they want someone who is 'the most steadfastly opposed to liberalism.' The natural choice...



Accompanying this sentiment on the same day, the Cruz campaign announced a Texas-sized slate of supporters!
HoustonChronicle: Texas U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, aiming for a big moment in the Texas presidential primary next March, announced a broad slate of Lone Star State supporters on Wednesday.

Cruz's Houston-based presidential campaign rolled out an endorsement list of 36 state representatives and five state senators, likely the largest declared contingent of Texas lawmakers so far in the contest for the GOP nomination.

They join Texas U.S. Reps. Randy Weber, Louie Gohmert, Michael Burgess, John Culberson, John Ratcliffe, and Brian Babin in endorsing Cruz.

Unlike in recent presidential elections, Texas voters will be weighing in early enough in the primaries (March 1) to actually make a difference, giving Cruz home field advantage...

A Cruz campaign aide noted that they now have won over a third of the GOP caucus in the Texas House.
Momentum. #CRUZ2016

ADDENDUM: Sen. Cruz phoned into Levin on Friday to talk about all the issues of the day...

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