Tuesday, May 17, 2016

New Ted Cruz ad claims that he started a "movement" and hints that he will be back in 2020. How is that not a terrorist threat?

I'll be back.
Courtesy of TPM: 

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) credited himself with creating a movement through his failed presidential campaign and flirted with the idea of running again in an long, emotional video titled "No Regrets" posted online Wednesday. 

"What we accomplished is frankly insane," Cruz said, arguing that his campaign "sparked a fire and started a movement." 

"And that's powerful and it doesn't go away with one election," he continued. 

Cruz said he was sad but knew the campaign did "everything we could." 

"It's going to be our task to go forward and continue, fighting for that movement. It has been the greatest honor of my life to be in this foxhole," Cruz said, getting choked up. "Twenty, 30, 40 years from now the people in this room, the people across this country will say I was part of this."

Here is the video which I warn you is over five minutes long and unfortunately features Ted Cruz talking.

At the end of the video you will see the words "To Be Continued" flash across the screen.

Some have taken this to mean that Cruz is looking to run again in 2020, and in interviews he has pointed out that Ronald Reagan also lost his first bid for the GOP nomination.

The first thing that Ted Cruz needs to understand is that HE is no Ronald Reagan.

And the second thing he needs to understand is that as stupid as this country is, it will NEVER be stupid enough to vote his pasty white pear shaped ass into the White House.


  1. Anonymous6:19 AM

    In the future, couch change will go directly to Ted's Super PAC. More bad news for Sarah PAC.
    Or we'll see a very entertaining response from Palin, where she'll claim that it was SHE who started the revolution, and now Ted, a man, is taking credit for it.

    Tea Partiers v. Tea Partiers. What a sight to see.

  2. Anonymous6:21 AM

    "I'll be back."

    Yeah, well, Raphael, you are no Ahnold and you sure as hell aren't The Terminator.

  3. Anonymous6:35 AM

    Delusional Ted

  4. Anonymous6:37 AM

    Too bad someone didn't tie him to the train tracks.

    1. Anonymous7:58 AM

      Snidely Whiplash tied, perfect for Kinky cruZZer..

    2. Anonymous8:27 AM

      He certainly is no Dudley DoRight, 7:58 AM!

    3. Anonymous10:41 AM

      7:58/8:27 "O CANADA"...

  5. Anonymous6:46 AM

    Too bad for you, Teddy, that money is $arah's god so she attached her lips to the fat @ss Rump. No one but NO one wins elections without her endorsement, just ask the pee pond!

  6. Great. By 2020 Cruz's daughters will be sullen pubescents, and I don't like to think what can happen to Mrs. Ted in four years.

    This augurs poorly.

    1. Anonymous8:35 AM

      Oh, Mrs. Ted will go back to working for the evil Goldman Sachs. And Teddy will go back to DC to screw up the works as often as possible.

  7. Dinty7:02 AM

    Hey Ted, I started a movement this morning very similar to yours, but I chose to flush it instead of keeping it around until 2020

  8. A bowel movement maybe. The man is unstable.

  9. Anonymous7:16 AM

    Ted Cruz DID create a movement... in America's pants.

  10. Anonymous7:16 AM

    got this RIGHT>

    1. Anonymous7:22 AM


    2. Anonymous7:30 AM

      7:22 ad this>

  11. Anonymous7:21 AM

    "And the second thing he needs to understand is that as stupid as this country is, it will NEVER be stupid enough to vote his pasty white pear shaped ass into the White House."

    I wish I had as much faith in the intelligence of America as you do. Just look at what is about to become the standard bearer of the Republican party, not to mention the names on the short bus, I mean list of VP candidates.

    1. Anonymous7:28 AM

      I truly am dumbfounded. THIS is their best to replace President Obama? smdh

  12. Anonymous7:29 AM


    1. Anonymous8:04 AM

      "Sanders paid his wife more than $90k in campaign services… and hired his daughter for $65,000.

      When people donate to political campaigns, they should have a reasonable expectation that it’s going to be spent on things that win the election: ads, signs, and technology. Donors don’t give with the intention of a Senator simply giving the money away to his family members."

  13. Anonymous7:52 AM

    Can you say PIMP"
    Trump tried to claim success for Kelly in March when he said, “She’s hotter now than ever before because of me. She should give me at least half of her salary.”


    1. Anonymous8:08 AM

      Sounds like Sarah when she said that Tina Fey should pay for her kids dental care.

    2. Anonymous8:29 AM

      My BET.
      I saw it on HER FACE>dRumpf the "PIMP" THREATENED HER!!!!!@

      The Times defended its article.

      "Ms. Brewer Lane was quoted fairly, accurately and at length. The story provides context for the reader, including that the swimsuit scene was the 'start of a whirlwind romance' between Ms. Brewer Lane and Mr. Trump," according to a representative for the paper.


  14. AKinPA7:54 AM

    I'm guessing that terminaTED is about as likely as Drumpf is to change his ways to modulate his personality. 2016 has demonstrated that the base loves an arrogant, obnoxious bully more than an arrogant, obnoxious holier than thou preacherman. I doubt that his Senate colleagues will find him any more easy to work with. The few colleagues who supported him at the end only did so in an attempt to stop Drumpf. Thanks to the Quiverful Movement, there will always be a base of home-schooled faux christians who will support him, but the rest of the country is trending towards becoming less religious. Unless he undergoes a personality transplant and plastic surgery to get that perpetual smirking sneer off his face, I can't imagine him appealing to more than his deluded base.

  15. Anonymous7:59 AM

    Maybe over the next 4 years we will be able to determine if this asswipe is even a CITIZEN of the US. Never mind 'natural born' citizen...

  16. Anonymous8:02 AM

    How Donald Trump emboldens bigots across the world


  17. Anonymous8:02 AM

    Donald Trump’s Alaska Campaign Team Includes Convicted Felon

    Former state lawmaker Tom Anderson served four years in prison for corruption.


    1. Anonymous8:31 AM

      Corruption is Trumps' middle name-the guy is probably on the top of the list for a Cabinet post.

    2. Anonymous10:48 AM

      Social Secretary>Todd the "pimp anybody" Palin.
      NO JOKE

    3. Anonymous11:42 AM

      And then, of course, there was the family trip to Rome.

  18. Anonymous8:06 AM

    Seeing this on Cruz makes me need to post on Rubio. I have to applaud Marco Rubio this morning. I watched him on C-SPAN speaking after Sens. Patty Murray and Elizabeth Warren about the need for full funding (1.9 billion, science/med experts want) for dealing with the Zika virus, and it was impressive. The idiot Reubs. in the House want to cut things back to 600 million and take it out of the Ebola emergency fund. Murray, Warren, and Rubio made for a great threesome arguing for full funding and getting things moving now, before it's too late.

    1. Anonymous8:31 AM

      What's in it for Marco? I don't trust him or his motives, except his girls live in Florida and would be affected.

  19. Anonymous8:10 AM

    Donald Trump likes to say he has created a political movement that has drawn “millions and millions” of new voters into the Republican Party. “It’s the biggest thing happening in politics,” Trump has said. “All over the world, they’re talking about it,” he's bragged.

    But a Politico analysis of the early 2016 voting data show that, so far, it’s just not true.

    While Trump’s insurgent candidacy has spurred record-setting Republican primary turnout in state after state, the early statistics show that the vast majority of those voters aren’t actually new to voting or to the Republican Party, but rather they are reliable past voters in general elections. They are only casting ballots in a Republican primary for the first time.

    It is a distinction with profound consequences for the fall campaign.


    1. Anonymous8:23 AM

      "All over the world they're talking about it," is correct! "Has The United States lost its mind????"

  20. Anonymous8:29 AM

    Just because you plan on running for president more than once doesn't make you Saint Reagan

    Just ask President Perot, President McCain, President Romney, President Huckabee, President Santorum, etc, etc

  21. Anonymous8:41 AM


  22. Anonymous8:59 AM

    Too good:


  23. Balzafiar9:02 AM

    "Twenty, 30, 40 years from now the people in this room, the people across this country will say I was part of this."

    Ted, we know you are a part of... something, and that's why you were so soundly rejected. Get over it; go back to your bolthole and await orders from your handlers.

    Move your nasty ass to Cuba, Canada, anywhere. Just go. And take your zealot father with you.

  24. Anonymous9:29 AM

    OT Texas> (Fun fact: The plant's Latin name translates to "huge deformed penis!")<could this be Ted's?

  25. "What we accomplished is frankly insane," Cruz said."
    Huh. I agree with something Cruz said.

  26. Anonymous11:17 AM

    The only movement Cruz caused got flushed down my toilet.

  27. Anita Winecooler4:28 PM

    I didn't watch the clip, but I guess it's safe to say it won't be and academy award nominee. Good Luck with that jumping back in the pool thing. Was wondering who'd read Dr Seuss to his girls from Washington. I hear the circus is hiring clowns, how cool would that be for the girls?

  28. Anonymous9:24 PM

    I'm a Texan and I plan to do anything I can to keep Rafael from being reelected to the Senate as well as succeeding in any future GOP primaries. That guy HAS to be stopped.


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