I believe we should follow the text of every law, even [a] law I disagree with, Cruz said. Its one of the real differencesif you look at President Obama and the lawlessness, if he disagrees with a law he simply refuses to follow it or claims the authority to unilaterally change.
Cruz is light years ahead of these morons and they don’t even know it.
He’s going to chronicle his experience with it and right around when SCOTUS rules he will have quite the tale AND he has already written a bill for the fallout when SCOTUS does find for King, which apparently he thinks they will, which is great news in itself.
Well, that's where I disagree with Cruz then. Where do we come off saying that just because something is called a "law" it is valid? We have supreme law of the land, the Constitution. Adhering to the Constitution is what we need.
Dang man, slavish acquiescence to invalid unconstitutional law is what has brought us to the brink. Obama's "lawlessness" is mainly his blatant unconstitutional acts.
Cruz is already the best leader on the scene with respect to GOP candidates for POTUS, your suggestions notwithstanding.
That may very well be true and I hope the best guy gets in there. I do not agree with those that think somebody has to completely agree with you to be the best candidate as is being brought up by Rush Limbaugh on another thread. Nobody agrees with anybody about everything. "The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing."
But this constitutional issue is the crux of the problem and no one person or "savior-politician" can fix it. Don't know if anyone except God's intervention can fix it. But the states and the people are going to need to get involved in rejecting and nullifying unconstitutional federal acts if we are to move away from the brink of tyranny and back towards a free constitutional republic. It will take more than a politician no matter how good he is.
Cruz is doing this for some other reason. The Senate has their own qualifying health care plan, so Cruz need not go for Obamacare.