Thanks and may God bless Ted Cruz

On Election Day in Indiana, my wife Mary, our Conservative Campaign Committee, and I did a final sign wave for Cruz.

That evening, a friend texted, “Ted Cruz dropped out of the presidential race tonight.”  I replied, “Okay.”

Voters blew it.  They allowed the best hope for America to get away.  My first thought was to thank Ted and Heidi Cruz.  Secondly, I wanted to thank and say something comforting to my fellow patriots who labored long and hard to save our country via Ted Cruz.  Sadly, I could not think of anything hopeful or encouraging to say.

In our hotel room, Mary tearfully exchanged texts with family and friends supportive of Cruz.  I decided to go for a walk.  As I walked around the hotel grounds, an old hymn came to mind.

Where could I go where could I go

Seeking a refuge for my soul

Needing a friend to help me in the end

Where could I go but to the Lord.

That is the answer, folks.  I find refuge, peace, and hope in trusting God.

It took a miracle for Cruz to become a U.S. senator.  God did not bring Ted this far to leave him.  While I would never presume to know God's plan, I know He is not done with Ted.  Ted Cruz is a young man.  Let's continue to pray that God strengthens and protects Ted and his family.

Keep the faith, brother and sister patriots.  As God gives me strength, I will continue fighting to save our country.  I pray that you will do the same.

Lloyd Marcus, The Unhyphenated American; Chairman: The Conservative Campaign Committee; LloydMarcus.com

On Election Day in Indiana, my wife Mary, our Conservative Campaign Committee, and I did a final sign wave for Cruz.

That evening, a friend texted, “Ted Cruz dropped out of the presidential race tonight.”  I replied, “Okay.”

Voters blew it.  They allowed the best hope for America to get away.  My first thought was to thank Ted and Heidi Cruz.  Secondly, I wanted to thank and say something comforting to my fellow patriots who labored long and hard to save our country via Ted Cruz.  Sadly, I could not think of anything hopeful or encouraging to say.

In our hotel room, Mary tearfully exchanged texts with family and friends supportive of Cruz.  I decided to go for a walk.  As I walked around the hotel grounds, an old hymn came to mind.

Where could I go where could I go

Seeking a refuge for my soul

Needing a friend to help me in the end

Where could I go but to the Lord.

That is the answer, folks.  I find refuge, peace, and hope in trusting God.

It took a miracle for Cruz to become a U.S. senator.  God did not bring Ted this far to leave him.  While I would never presume to know God's plan, I know He is not done with Ted.  Ted Cruz is a young man.  Let's continue to pray that God strengthens and protects Ted and his family.

Keep the faith, brother and sister patriots.  As God gives me strength, I will continue fighting to save our country.  I pray that you will do the same.

Lloyd Marcus, The Unhyphenated American; Chairman: The Conservative Campaign Committee; LloydMarcus.com