Why We Believe in Ted Cruz. We Were There.

Source: The Resurgent | March 1, 2016 | Chip Roy and Brooke Bacak


Well, we happen to know him quite well. And we know that the vast majority of these characterizations are completely false; that Senator Cruz is an honest and decent man; that the negative portrayals of him are purposeful and a direct consequence of his willingness to fight for the American people against the massive power of the ruling class that our founding fathers predicted would occur; and that it would be an incredible disservice for you not to take a serious look at him as the only nominee who will lead this country away from its current path and toward the American promise of freedom, security and prosperity our children deserve.


We were confident then – as we are today – that Team Cruz waged the most effective battles against both the Obama Administration and the entire D.C. Establishment – be they democrats or republicans. We were driven daily by the determination to “Make D.C. Listen,” so that this and future generations are not conscripted by the unbridled authority of the ruling class, but instead are secure in the unshakeable rule of law and confident in the ability to hold accountable a government by the people, of the people and for the people.

And while we do not wish to add to the toxic animosity that has characterized the last few weeks of this election cycle, suffice it to say that we are not satisfied that any other candidate has truly heard the voters’ resounding demand to “Make D.C. Listen,” much less be that voice in a tone-deaf city. Nor have we seen any evidence that any other candidate has demonstrated such a reverence for the Constitution or rule of law. To the contrary, other candidates were either absent entirely, funding the opposition, or holding the spears we were facing. Though they now all claim consistency on long-held views, I challenge you to dig a little deeper before you give any your vote.

We believe in Ted Cruz. He will Make D.C. Listen – and in doing so, he will give us all the opportunity to hand down to our children a greater country than we found.

Brooke Bacak served as Cruz’s Legislative Director in the U.S. Senate and now is a wife and mother in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Chip Roy served as Cruz’s Chief of Staff in the U.S. Senate and now serves as First Assistant Attorney General of Texas in Austin, Texas.

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    slhancock1948 #1921

    Like I said, I think there might be a huge movement to write-in for Cruz if Trump wins the nomination.

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