Monday, December 7, 2015

Watch: Ted Cruz's Pledge To Kill Terrorists In His New Ad


Last week Republican hopeful Ted Cruz (R-Texas) pledged to carpet bomb and destroy Isis if elected, then in an effort to capitalize in early caucuses in Iowa, he released two new campaign ads that tout his leadership ability and defeat ISIS.

In his first advertisement Cruz says:
"If I’m elected to serve as commander in chief, we won’t cower in the face of evil. America will lead," Cruz says in the first 30-second spot, which aired during the Big 10 Conference’s college football championship game Saturday. "We’ll rebuild our military. We’ll kill the terrorists. And every Islamic extremist will know, if you wage jihad against us, you’re signing your death warrant."
It doesn't stop there as Cruz comes back with Steve King (R-Iowa) to offer another extreme view.
In the second video King said:

"For over a year now, my regular prayer has been that God would raise up a leader whom he will use to restore the soul of America," says King, who last month endorsed the Texas senator. "One of them has been standing at my side time after time, and it was Senator Ted Cruz."
The funny thing isn't Cruz's pledge but his choice of radical extremist Steve King as his counterpart as King once said about gay marriage:
"For over a year now, my regular prayer has been that God would raise up a leader whom he will use to restore the soul of America," says King, who last month endorsed the Texas senator. "One of them has been standing at my side time after time, and it was Senator Ted Cruz."
What began as a pledge to kill terrorists turned into Ted Cruz's failed attempt to make himself look good because he used another fellow Conservative in Steve King. It's laughable to watch Cruz make a fool of himself in the eyes of intellectuals as he is yet another Republican thinking that if you bomb someone all the problems goes away. But we never said Cruz was logical.