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Well the supporters for Cruz just went another step lower, they posted a picture of Trump's wife nude . I'm not posting it on here but its all over the internet. The one reason for the picture is to get the Mormons, in Utah not to vote for Trump and it seem to work because Cruz won Utah. The Bush family is supporting Cruz and it been reported Geo. Soros is totally against Trump.

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(CNN)Ted Cruz won the Wisconsin Republican primary Tuesday, according to a CNN projection, boosting his effort to blunt Donald Trump and moving the party closer to a historic contested convention.

Bernie Sanders, meanwhile, won the Democratic primary, CNN projects, inflicting a tough loss on front-runner Hillary Clinton and racking up his sixth win of the past seven state contests.
Cruz, a Texas senator, set his sights on a comprehensive statewide victory that could net him most -- if not all -- of the Badger State's 42 delegates and bolster his claim to be the only candidate to unite Republican opposition to Trump. With votes still being counted, it is too early to finalize exact calculations on the delegate count.

http://www.cnn.com/2016/04/05/politics/wisconsin-primary-highlights/index.html

Will finally be Cruz VS Sanders?

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I think Canadians have more to fear if Cruz gets the White House because, one born Canadian, he may feel he has to prove himself very strongly American first, and being part Jewish, I think he could start WW3 over there over protecting Israel. I'm reading online, a Madame has his name 7 times he visited the DC brothel and there may be some questions about voter fraud going on. Only in America.

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....Only in America.

Yes...that's why so many Canadians always watch. I tried to get my family excited about the Saskatchewan election, but they were not very interested. It was so exciting !

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Yes...that's why so many Canadians always watch. I tried to get my family excited about the Saskatchewan election, but they were not very interested. It was so exciting !

good on ya for picking up the/any slack! :lol: Again, it's hard... really, really, really hard for Canadians to turn away from the GOP circus and pending implosion - hey didja know... I hear and read Trump has projected quite the image internationally... oh so presidential, don't you think?

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I believe my concern on US election helps me understand the source of US great political leadership. I pay attetnion to each factor which appears in the running, and try to taste what position of it in the forming of the leadership.

For example, the function of super PAC in an election. I think the function of the super PAC is very important for forming a real leadership. In real politics, the President always lead through a small team cooperatively directly, and the whole society has many organizations which act indirectly with the leadership of the President. This indirect real situation is represented by the Super PACs in the election. The candidates should be tested how to efficiently take use of the super PAC indirectly, in other word, which provide an opportunity to train and test the indirect leadership of the candidates.

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I can't remember a party fighting against one of its own, than this Republican party of today. By Trump running, he has gotten more people involved and watching these elections than ever before. I've heard that IF Trump does lose, someone else is thinking of running as a third party and he won't be scared off either. BTW, would Cruz pick Jeb Bush as VP?

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I can't remember a party fighting against one of its own, than this Republican party of today. By Trump running, he has gotten more people involved and watching these elections than ever before. I've heard that IF Trump does lose, someone else is thinking of running as a third party and he won't be scared off either. BTW, would Cruz pick Jeb Bush as VP?

I guess it is a possibility but low probability.

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Man, Cruz really got his ass beat in New York... not just by Trump, but by Kasich as well. His sneering comments about "New York values" might have helped pick up a few votes in Iowa, but apparently not so helpful in New York. He should have "shaken the Etch-a-Sketch" harder, I guess.

-k

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But Cruz's wife LIVED in New York! How could they do this to him? She even loves the SMELL of New York. That's some dedication.

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Heidi Cruz was only trying to help....but it backfired. Now Ted Cruz is an immigrant...from Canada?

"Ted is an immigrant," Mrs. Cruz said. "He is Hispanic. We can unify this Party."

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Man, Cruz really got his ass beat in New York... not just by Trump, but by Kasich as well. His sneering comments about "New York values" might have helped pick up a few votes in Iowa, but apparently not so helpful in New York. He should have "shaken the Etch-a-Sketch" harder, I guess.

-k

His tapping of Fiorina as VP was also not helping his chances of being elected.

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Topaz, did the dems not have a ugly one in chicago I think over goldwater?

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Too bad....the U.S. could have had its first Canadian president.

Lamentably no... he has disavowed his Canadian citizenship, so you are stuck with him.

God has chosen Donald Trump instead.

If it was up to God, wouldn't the Reverend Cruz's fanatically religious son have won? Or perhaps God has better taste than I give him credit for.

While it is highly entertaining to enjoy Ted's misfortune, we should not forget that he is a fellow human with hopes and dreams just like us. We should not take too much pleasure from his pain. He is a loving husband and devoted father.

-k

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Lamentably no... he has disavowed his Canadian citizenship, so you are stuck with him.

It still would have been fun to watch that campaign commercial...."we don't want no Canadian president!"

If it was up to God, wouldn't the Reverend Cruz's fanatically religious son have won? Or perhaps God has better taste than I give him credit for.

That's what I already posted....God prefers TRUMP too. He's a lot more fun.

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Too bad....the U.S. could have had its first Canadian president.

so you keep saying... in spite of being corrected on your purposeful repeated want to declare Cruz a Canadian; again, as stated previously... several times now:

no - as you've already been apprised: Ted Cruz's Canadectomy was complete on May 15th, 2014, the date after the issuance by Canada, per his request to renounce his Canadian citizenship, of a Certificate of the Renunciation of Canadian Citizenship:

"Subsection 9(3) of the Canadian Citizenship Act provides that the applicant ceases to be a citizen after the expiration of the day on which the certificate was issued, or such later date as the certificate may specify."

what's the word for someone who continues to state something knowingly false... simply seeking a reaction for no useful/contributory purpose?

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When Cruz was in Indiana, a group of 30-40's were debating Cruz saying he wasn't welcome there and to leave and while talking to them, someone in the group said you are Canadian, go home. So I wonder if that played a part in his decision to quit or the article that his dad was for Castro and against the US actions towards Cuba and if his dad had anything to do with the JFK murder, along with Bush sr. being in Dallas that day also. The Gov. of Ohio is now quitting also and there's website that is saying that there could be a hit out on Trump, which Trump is aware of. I would think if Trump ended up like JFK, there would be a war and both political parties would benefit if he was taken out.

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When Cruz was in Indiana, a group of 30-40's were debating Cruz saying he wasn't welcome there and to leave and while talking to them, someone in the group said you are Canadian, go home.

Ted Cruz could not deny his Canadian citizenship as it was a matter of public record. Just as Stephane Dion found out with his French citizenship, Cruz would have been vulnerable in the general election. President Obama also knows just how much of a distraction it can be.

Americans would not accept a Canadian president...no way. Let us know when Elizabeth May becomes Prime Minister.

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Americans would not accept a Canadian president...no way.

you know Cruz no longer holds Canadian citizenship, having renounced it. Yet you continue to make references to Ted Cruz being Canadian; numerous references in multiple threads, just as you did in your immediately previous post (to this one) in this thread - why so?

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