First one into the pool! Ted Cruz making WH run official; Dem wailing won’t wait

Let the games begin.

The Houston Chronicle reported Saturday that Sen. Ted Cruz will announce his bid for the Republican nomination for president Monday, but Democrat attacks didn’t even wait that long, as California Governor Jerry Brown slammed the senator Sunday on “Meet The Press” calling him “unfit to run for office.”

Cruz is scheduled to speak at Liberty University in Virginia and will skip the exploratory committee and jump head first into the race.

Brown, however, cites Cruz opposition to global warming hysteria as the reason the Senator wouldn’t make a good president.

“Over 90 percent of the scientists that deal with climate are absolutely convinced that the human activity, the industrial activity, the generation of CO2, methane, oxides of nitrogen, all the rest of those greenhouse gases are building up in the atmosphere, they’re heat-trapping and they’re causing not just warmth (and) drought in California, but severe storms and cold in the East Coast,” Brown told host Chuck Todd.

“So it’s climate disruption of many different kinds. And that man (Cruz) betokens such a level of ignorance and a direct falsification of the existing scientific data. It’s shocking, and I think that man has rendered himself absolutely unfit to be running for office.”

SEE – Ted Cruz spars with Seth Myers in a battle of wit.

But Cruz better get used to being sniped, because he won’t be alone on the campaign trail for long.

Retired neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson and financier Donald Trump have formed exploratory committees.

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker may, like Cruz, forgo an exploratory committee altogether and many more including Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, New Jersey Gov Chris Christie and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush have formed Super-PACS in a likely signal of their intention to run.

Still the news of Cruz running has excited many in the Twitterverse.

Carmine Sabia

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Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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4 thoughts on “First one into the pool! Ted Cruz making WH run official; Dem wailing won’t wait

  1. Kenneth Clark says:

    Now let’s throw Walker, West or Palin in as VP and who could resist such a ticket? Any of those combinations are, I believe, absolute winners by a historical margin. While we’re at it remove the rest of the Progressive Liberals and RINOS from Congress. Then we have a foundation to build upon and bring our Country back to greatness.

    1. Marilyn Taylor says:

      Amen to that.

    2. Doug says:

      Walker could be Veep but he doesn’t have the academic credentials for the top spot. West, since he’s living in Texas gives racial diversity but not geographical. What about some of the great Hollywood people we admire: James Woods, Mark Wahlberg, Pat Sajak, Clint Eastwood, Chuck Norris. Judicial types like Judge Jeanine or law-and-order scions like Sheriff Joe or Sheriff Clarke. There’s an abundance of sterling candidates.

      1. Yorkiemom says:

        I don’t agree with your statement that Walker does not have the academic credentials for the top spot. He is doing a fine, bang-up job in Wisconsin. Besides, we have a dummy in there now who has academic credentials up the ying-yang (of course, we don’t know his grades or exactly how he did in class, but never mind) and he is making a mess of the country. A grade school graduate could do as good a job as the highly educated dummy we have in now. Walker went through college, he just did not graduate and that is no reason to disqualify him. He is conservative through and through and is committed to the conservative cause. I know the main stream media will make a big deal about his not graduating, but they can go to hades as far as I’m concerned. They sold the country a bill of goods on Obama and we are suffering because of it. Just remember one thing. The candidate they try their darndest to take out is the one they are deathly afraid of. We could do a lot worse than Walker — like Hillary, for instance, and she is highly academically credentialed.
        You can lead a horse to water and you can’t make him drink and you can lead an ass to knowledge and you can’t make him think.

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