Ted Cruz stood on a basketball court and referred to the ring, not the hoop.
He's just so annoying, I enjoy sharing his errors.
I wonder if all those lovely young white girls surrounding him have given any thought to how intrusive he wants be in their reproductive care decisions?
Hey, Ted. If you want to pander, get your terms right.
Barbara Boxer, my former Congresswoman and Senator, has the best response to Sen. Cruz's choice of Carly Fiorina as his vice-presidential running mate. She tweeted:
I predict that the latest @CarlyFiorina merger will be as successful as her last one.Is she being positioned as the alter-Trump? Is she being touted as a successful business woman? I can hardly wait to listen to the comparisons: four business bankruptcies vs running Hewlett-Packard into the ground after the disastrous merger with Compaq.
It boggles the mind, watching the Republican party, the party of business, represented by these people.
Wondering if any other not-going-to-win-the-delegate-battle candidate has ever chosen a Veep before?
Yes. Ronald Reagan did, four years before winning the nomination.
It's sad, watching the Ronnie-wanna-be play catch up.
Should Trump triumph in Cleveland, but lose in November, would Ted Cruz be the presumptive leader of the party?
Where will the people I know who call themselves Republicans end up if that happens? Voting in the Arizona Presidential Preference Election (a lovely moniker) was difficult for them; following their party over the next few years is excruciating.