Senator Ted Cruz: I’m Not in D.C. to ‘Make 99 New Friends’
Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz is defiant in the face of criticism of his hardline, conservative tactics during the show down over the shut down and the idea of defunding the President’s disastrous take over of our healthcare system with Obamacare. He didn’t go to Washington to make “99 new friends,” he said.
In a new interview with ABC News, Cruz was asked about his purported unpopularity among some quarters (like idiot RINOs, and the anti-American Democrat Party). But Cruz was unbowed by the hate of those that themselves deserve to be reviled–the latter are my words, not his.
“There’s an old saying that, ‘Politics, it ain’t beanbag.’ And, you know, I’m not serving in office because I desperately needed 99 new friends in the U.S. Senate,” the Texas Senator said.
The Texas dynamo went on to say that if he is reviled in Washington but loved in Texas then that is a deal he’d take any day.
He also lamented the recent deal made by the Senate to end the partial shut down of the federal government.
“I will say that the reason this deal, the lousy deal was reached last night, is because, unfortunately, Senate Republicans made the choice not to support House Republicans,” Cruz said. “I wish Senate Republicans had united, I tried to do everything I could to urge Senate Republicans to come together and stand with House Republicans.”
“I think it was unfortunate that you saw multiple members of the Senate Republicans going on television attacking House conservatives, attacking the effort to defund Obamacare, saying, ‘It cannot win, It’s a fools error and we will lose, this must fail,'” Cruz went on.
“That is a recipe for losing the fight, and it’s a shame,” he said.
Cruz is a conservative hero. The Republican RINOs in the senate need to emulate him, not attack him… I’m looking at YOU John McLame.
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