Republican presidential contender Ted Cruz brought a Boston crowd to its feet when he answered a Town Hall member’s question about how he would protect America from the growing threat of Islamic extremism.
“How would you, as president, preserve, protect and defend the American people and our Constitution, from the current Islamic onslaught, right here in America?” an audience member asked Cruz.
“We are going to make it so if you join ISIS, you are signing your death certificate!” Cruz told the inspired crowd on Saturday.
The strength behind Cruz’s convictions is the catalyst for a growing number of street art known for depicting the straight-laced conservative the way the artists see him – a rebel with a cause.
And that cause would be victory, something a large part of the American electorate wants to hear in the national dialogue leading up to the 2016 presidential elections.
Cruz offered a systematic plan on how to defeat ISIS and criticized the Obama administration for its amateur stance against escalating terrorism.
“Right now we have a photo-op foreign policy. Drop a bomb here, a missile there,” Cruz said.
“You know, the radicals say they reject modernity, GREAT! We need to send the them back to the Stone Age!”
Cruz added that America needs a commander in chief who’s not afraid to take decisive action.
“We are not going to weaken, we are not going to degrade, we are not going to pinprick ISIS.
“We are going to destroy them.”
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