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Must See! Sen. Ted Cruz at the 2013 NRA Convention

Submitted by on May 4, 2013 – 5:30 pm EST6 Comments


  • Michael Bowler says:

    The government doesn’t prosecute the existing laws so that crime will rise, this creates the excuse to write much more extensive laws that can be selectively enforced. Selectively enforced.

    Selective enforcement is an old government ploy. A law is created that encompasses a wide swathe of the population’s activities, it is then enforced against only certain persons whose real crime is something against which no law can be openly created. People who do not fit into the mainstream because they look, act or think differently than those in power want them to. Those not prosecuted are perfectly happy as long as they are not affected by the enforcement, they get to continue breaking the law as long as they stay low and quiet…

  • richard toes says:

    And w/o a teleprompter.

  • Charles says:

    I have read about Sen. Cruz but this is the first time I have heard him speak. He is brilliant!!!

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  • Richard Cancemi says:

    Why do we allow violators of the Constitution and their Oath to abide by it to continue their treasonous Behaviors? Our Rights are not being protected by the Government. Our Rights are being assaulted by the Government! Why is this anti-Americanism allowed to continue? We need rhetoric; but we need Action more

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