Cruz Blasts Drafting Women, Media Tries to Twist his Words

Source: Conservative Review | February 8, 2016 | CR Staff

Amidst the drama from last night’s debate, one overlooked policy point was that three candidates adopted the far-left view that women should be able to serve in all combat positions, including the Navy Seals, and even be required to register for selective service.  Rubio was originally asked about women in combat and voiced his support for the idea.  Jeb Bush and Chris Christie chimed in with full-throated support for it as well. 

Many conservatives wondered where the other candidates stood on the issue.  Well, today at a town hall in Peterborough, New Hampshire, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) left no ambiguity as to where he stood:

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  • Consistent #695

    How is that for moral clarity on an issue that even Democrats never pursued until a few years ago?

    Instead of debating Cruz on the merits of his position, the liberal media immediately took Cruz’s words out of context and suggested that Cruz compared our soldiers to psychopaths when he said he didn’t want to forcibly put his daughters in a foxhole with a “220 pound psychopath.” Here are the tweets from CNN’s Teddy Schleifer and CNBC’s John Harwood contorting Cruz’s words: [H/T: T. Becket Adams]


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