Cruz Still Fighting for We The People

Someone sent me audio of Ted Cruz being interviewed on the Pat Campbell radio show explaining why he suspended his campaign.

During the interview, Cruz vowed to fight to keep conservative principles and values in the GOP platform. Once again, Cruz's character, political savvy (a good thing) and commitment to conservatism shone through. I was also struck by how centered Cruz appeared; calm and ready to move forward in his battle to defend Judeo-Christian values. 

Ronald Reagan's mom, Nelle, was a devout Christian. She instilled in Ronnie that God would never allow anything to happen that did not ultimately lead to good for him. Reagan found comfort in he and his mom's shared faith when he lost the GOP nomination in 1976. I suspect Cruz is of a similar mindset. Reagan won the general in 1980.

Folks, I gotta tell ya', Cruz is an awesome man and peerless political leader. His day in the sun is coming. God has big plans for Ted Cruz.

Thus, I do not understand those on our side who persist in attempting to make Cruz a bad guy. What is up with that?

Okay, I get that these folks are all in for Trump. Fine. But why do some of them still feel a need to continue beating up on Cruz? For crying out loud, Cruz is a rare Republican that we sent to Washington who has kept his word to represent and fight for the best interest of his constituents and all Americans. I challenge anyone to deny that fact. So what is behind this weird irrational hatred for Cruz?

Candidly, I was puzzled. Isaiah 54:17 tells Christians, “No weapon formed against you shall prosper”. And yet, Trump's weapon of lies attacking Cruz's character appeared to have worked to drive down his poll numbers. Whenever life does not make sense, I trust God.

Romans 8:28 says, “And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose.” Nelle instructed her son Ronnie to trust God no matter how bad things appeared on the surface. Cruz losing his bid for the WH will ultimately lead to good for him and America.

Interestingly, Cruz does not cite Trump's lies about him as the reason for his sudden decline in the polls. Cruz blamed the media's narrative. Cruz said typically the media would deem it big news for a candidate to win five states in a row with landslide victories as he did. Instead, the media played down his wins. Media pundits promoted their narrative 24/7 that Trump was going to win NY which would make Trump unstoppable. Media relentlessly told Cruz supporters that it was hopeless and many gave up.

Anyhow, for you anti-Cruz people who keep sending me emails, in essence, saying, “Na-nana-naa-nah, Cruz Lost!”, God bless you. I remain a proud supporter of Ted Cruz, a great American and even greater brother in Christ.

Yes, if Trump is the GOP nominee, I will vote for “The Donald” because he is not Hillary Clinton.

However, in closing I must say, “Thank God for Ted Cruz”

Lloyd Marcus, The Unhyphenated American

Chairman: The Conservative Campaign Committee

LloydMarcus.com

Someone sent me audio of Ted Cruz being interviewed on the Pat Campbell radio show explaining why he suspended his campaign.

During the interview, Cruz vowed to fight to keep conservative principles and values in the GOP platform. Once again, Cruz's character, political savvy (a good thing) and commitment to conservatism shone through. I was also struck by how centered Cruz appeared; calm and ready to move forward in his battle to defend Judeo-Christian values. 

Ronald Reagan's mom, Nelle, was a devout Christian. She instilled in Ronnie that God would never allow anything to happen that did not ultimately lead to good for him. Reagan found comfort in he and his mom's shared faith when he lost the GOP nomination in 1976. I suspect Cruz is of a similar mindset. Reagan won the general in 1980.

Folks, I gotta tell ya', Cruz is an awesome man and peerless political leader. His day in the sun is coming. God has big plans for Ted Cruz.

Thus, I do not understand those on our side who persist in attempting to make Cruz a bad guy. What is up with that?

Okay, I get that these folks are all in for Trump. Fine. But why do some of them still feel a need to continue beating up on Cruz? For crying out loud, Cruz is a rare Republican that we sent to Washington who has kept his word to represent and fight for the best interest of his constituents and all Americans. I challenge anyone to deny that fact. So what is behind this weird irrational hatred for Cruz?

Candidly, I was puzzled. Isaiah 54:17 tells Christians, “No weapon formed against you shall prosper”. And yet, Trump's weapon of lies attacking Cruz's character appeared to have worked to drive down his poll numbers. Whenever life does not make sense, I trust God.

Romans 8:28 says, “And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose.” Nelle instructed her son Ronnie to trust God no matter how bad things appeared on the surface. Cruz losing his bid for the WH will ultimately lead to good for him and America.

Interestingly, Cruz does not cite Trump's lies about him as the reason for his sudden decline in the polls. Cruz blamed the media's narrative. Cruz said typically the media would deem it big news for a candidate to win five states in a row with landslide victories as he did. Instead, the media played down his wins. Media pundits promoted their narrative 24/7 that Trump was going to win NY which would make Trump unstoppable. Media relentlessly told Cruz supporters that it was hopeless and many gave up.

Anyhow, for you anti-Cruz people who keep sending me emails, in essence, saying, “Na-nana-naa-nah, Cruz Lost!”, God bless you. I remain a proud supporter of Ted Cruz, a great American and even greater brother in Christ.

Yes, if Trump is the GOP nominee, I will vote for “The Donald” because he is not Hillary Clinton.

However, in closing I must say, “Thank God for Ted Cruz”

Lloyd Marcus, The Unhyphenated American

Chairman: The Conservative Campaign Committee

LloydMarcus.com