Saturday, January 30, 2016

New Attack Ad From Huckabee Super Pac Against Ted Cruz


  1. Cruz. What a PHONY "Christian". But promoting the carpet bombing of civilians does not seem to disqualify him.

    Also note that a private "Christian" community under AnCap could ban gays (and anyone defending them). It's also possible that this behavior might cause their neighbors to ostracize them. Or not.

  2. My eyes were opened to the true Mike Huckabee when he endorsed Donald Trump and now after viewing his attack ad on Ted Cruz, my disappointment in Mike is complete....
    Ted Cruz knows the Word tells us homosexual marriage is a sin. He also knows God gave us free will to follow Him or not.
    At the NYC Fundraiser this ad refers is the actual Q&A:
    Here’s how he answered when someone stood up at a fundraiser in Manhattan on December 9th and told him he agreed with him on nearly everything — except gay marriage. What sort of priority would the fight against SSM be for President Cruz, he asked? The exchange:

    Cruz: “My view on gay marriage is that I’m a constitutionalist and marriage is a question for the states. And so I think if someone wants to change the marriage laws of their state, the way to do so is convince your fellow citizens — and change them democratically, rather than five unelected judges. … Being a constitutionalist is integral to my approach to every other issue. So that I’m very devoted to.”

    Same questioner: “So would you say it’s like a top-three priority for you — fighting gay marriage?”

    Cruz: “No. I would say defending the Constitution is a top priority. And that cuts across the whole spectrum — whether it’s defending [the] First Amendment, defending religious liberty, stopping courts from making public policy issues that are left to the people. …

    “I also think the 10th Amendment of the Constitution cuts across a whole lot of issues and can bring people together. People of New York may well resolve the marriage question differently than the people of Florida or Texas or Ohio. … That’s why we have 50 states — to allow a diversity of views. And so that is a core commitment.”
    True Christians understand that tithing or charity is NOT a duty which should be bragged about or reported on tax forms in order to reduce our taxes owed to our country....many of us do our giving outside of any organized religion or church, and we keep it between ourselves and our Lord.