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Originally posted by tennisman:
You Texicans should impose a ban on commiefrnians moving to your state


We’re working on it. http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018...til-leave-state.html


God, Guns, and Guts made this country....let's keep all three
 
Posts: 444 | Location: TX | Registered: March 09, 2000Report This Post
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Cruz' reelection reminds us that nothing should be taken for granted.

I thought Cruz was not as good for president, but he has been a voice of counsel to and supporter of the Trump agenda.

He seems to have grasped more of his role as a legislator.

We need Ted Cruz.

I think of how we now know of empty "Hey Macarena" because a heavy hitter's supporters didn't engage in his race.

Bump.


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Ted Cruz at a town hall last night:

Beto O’Rourke protester yelling in town hall on gun control.

Texan man- “Come and take it!”

Beto guy, “We will!”

Then @tedcruz said, That exchange right there is what this whole campaign is about!

Crowd explodes. #2A


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Posts: 6545 | Location: in the red zone of the blue state, CT | Registered: October 15, 2008Report This Post
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Not going to happen, in fact Beto just pulled out of a debate that he and Cruz were supposed to have. His criminal record will not exactly help him either.


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Posts: 5655 | Location: Republic of Texas | Registered: April 06, 2008Report This Post
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I got a spam text from someone who knew my name.
She said she was working for the Beto campaign and who was I voing for?
response:

Ted Cruz {to keep} Making America Great Again!

Hope she appreciated it.
 
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^^^^^ I'd have to be in a coma to not vote this year!

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Somebody get that man an absentee ballot before he changes his mind. I’ll be out by my mailbox waiting for mine. Big Grin
 
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I should have told my Beto Spam texter I would vote three times for Cruz.
Once as a man, once as a woman and once as transgender illegal alien. Smile
 
Posts: 15909 | Location: Houston, TX | Registered: June 11, 2006Report This Post
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I got a spam text from someone who knew my name.
She said she was working for the Beto campaign and who was I voing for?
response:

Ted Cruz {to keep} Making America Great Again!

Hope she appreciated it.

Got same text.. was considering Beto as a response. If we all do that, it might throw off their internal polling and get them to relax.. Smile Smile
 
Posts: 1385 | Location: Austin TX | Registered: October 30, 2003Report This Post
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Got same text.. was considering Beto as a response.

I have no problem with telling pollsters what I think they want to hear...


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I got a spam text from someone who knew my name.
She said she was working for the Beto campaign and who was I voing for?
response:

Ted Cruz {to keep} Making America Great Again!

Hope she appreciated it.


I got the same thing a week or so ago. Here was my reply. Still waiting on my money. Bunch of hot air, but felt good anyway. It was hard not to give in to my inner sailor and keep it clean.

“Dont ever text me again. You actually owe me since I pay for texting. I will take cash or postal money order. Do it again and I report your campaign to the FCC and Texas Ethics Commission for unsolicited campaigning since this actually cost me money.”



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Posts: 787 | Location: The Republic of Texas | Registered: April 11, 2008Report This Post
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I don't think the race is as close as it's being reported. The majority of the Beto fundraising is coming from out of state. Last time I checked, the votes still have to come from within the state.


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Is Ted Cruz at risk of losing in Texas?

NO

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If you can spare a few bucks to give to the Cruz campaign I’m sure it would be appreciated.



Good idea, thanks done.
I've supported him on prior Senate and even the prez run.

Love Ted. Cool


I'd like to ask: One leader of the Texas Tea Party who was personally involved with Ted's presidential campaign seems to not like Trump very much along with people in her group even to this day.

Has Cruz and Trump patched things up?



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I don't see Cruz losing this race. I truly don't.



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Posts: 5838 | Location: In the tent, in Houston, in Texas | Registered: October 23, 2002Report This Post
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Has Cruz and Trump patched things up?

I think so. For the good of the country, things are set aside after the campaign is over:

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz has asked President Donald Trump to come to Texas to campaign for him.

During a campaign stop in Seguin late Monday, Cruz said he has reached out to his former rival for the White House to help him with his re-election effort against Democrat Beto O’Rourke.

“I would certainly welcome his support, and I hope to see him in Texas,” Cruz said, standing outside the Dixie Grill in Seguin. “I think we are likely to see the president down in Texas before the election.”

Cruz said while his relationship with Trump has had its “ups and downs” due to their 2016 GOP primary battle, he has tried to become an ally to the president. He said he has been in constant contact with the White House and Trump directly to offer his help in getting legislation through the Senate.

https://www.chron.com/news/pol...for-him-13138353.php


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Beto believes that "precisely zero terrorists, terrorist groups or terror plots have ever been connected with the U.S.-Mexico border to do harm to people within the United States.



So how many would have to invade with ill intent to cause major damage? 19 killed 3000 and changed the world on Sept. 11th. these idiots think then it's only a handful there is no problem.

Until there is.


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I don't think the race is as close as it's being reported. The majority of the Beto fundraising is coming from out of state. Last time I checked, the votes still have to come from within the state.


I agree. The commies are desperate.

Think about it; Cruz is doing a good job in Texas, no real controversies or scandals. And he is the incumbent. Just based on those two things, he absolutely will get re-elected.



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For whatever one pseudo-datapoint is worth, I'm not seeing any increase in the number of "Beto" yard signs and bumper stickers in my hippy-ass college town, and I'm in one of the bluest-balled neighborhoods in the area.
 
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Ted Cruz at a town hall last night:

Beto O’Rourke protester yelling in town hall on gun control.

Texan man- “Come and take it!”

Beto guy, “We will!”

Then @tedcruz said, That exchange right there is what this whole campaign is about!

Crowd explodes. #2A


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Those morons don't understand the gravity of their demands and the finality of their actions.




 
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From Twitter -

Beto O’Rourke protester yelling in town hall regarding gun control:
Texan man- “Come and take it!”
Beto guy, “We will!”
Then @tedcruz said, That exchange right there is what this whole campaign is about!

Facebook video - skip to about 46:00.

https://www.facebook.com/KAMRL...eos/242180429830985/
 
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"We will"....hmmmm I get the distinct impression he will NOT be part of the "We".

Leftists love love love! to talk about taking others guns but it somehow never actually involves their participation...that's why they strive to stuff Federal LE and the upper echelons of the military with their fifth columnists. They figure someone else will actually due the rough stuff.
 
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