There he goes….

I’ve had my eyes on Ted Cruz since he started his political career, and this is precisely why he would have been a better president than the Bloviating Cheato. Though, I concede that he’s probably in a better position to do good for the US outside of the Oval Office.

What you see here is barely the tip of the iceberg. Though I hate using this overused term, Ted Cruz is truly and deeply savage. I commend him for the patience that I have lost. I applaud him for still bothering with articulate language while I’m ready to start slitting throats…

And while I’m dropping names, the same goes for Cody Wilson. He remains as articulate as I used to be…

I’m ready for the Blood and Fire, skip the pleasantries and clever turns of phrase… I’ve been civilized too long. Logic and argument is wasted on Alinsky’s Children of the Corn (see, I can still do it). I’m ready to embrace the ultimate stupidity, and question my ability to come back from this…

My mind has turned to carnage and righteous pandemonium. I see red every waking moment.

But, I digress… This isn’t about me.

Cruz reminds me of a line from The Pirates of The Caribbean.

[Inquiring about Sao Feng to Hector Barbosa]
Elizabeth Swan: “Is he that terrifying?”
Hector Barbosa: “He’s much like meself, but absent my merciful nature and sense of fair play.”

Remake this scene with Trump in a dress asking Trey Gowdy what he thinks of Ted Cruz…

For people who first heard of Ted Cruz during the 2016 Primaries… You don’t no crap about Ted Cruz. This is why he and Fiorina would have been a much better choice. But, Americans are stupid and prefer clueless, egotistical blowhards… But I digress. I think the cheato means well, even if he is a moron who inherited black-hole money…

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