I like Ted Cruz, and I am extremely proud to call him my senator, as I am a Texas resident.
However, the narrative set by WND is that the eligibility (of you know who) issue was not about the birth certificate. It was about what the Constitution says about who is considered to be a "natural-born citizen." I embrace the opinion that a natural-born citizen is an individual whose parents were both U.S. citizens at the time of his or her birth, and Sen. Cruz simply does not meet that definition. The best thing that Sen. Cruz can do for his country is to publicly acknowledge that on television.
We were bound to run into this situation where like-minded individuals on the right (freedom lovers) would find favor with a candidate who does not meet the natural-born citizen eligibility requirement.
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Even so, how is it that we can declare that "our rights come from God" by way of the Declaration of Independence by allowing an individual to break his oath to support and defend the Constitution simply by running for the highest office in America? Does anything good come from a lie?
How about Keyes-Carson or Carson-Keyes? If real conservatives refuse to leave the sham GOP and form a new party, you can count Keyes out because he rightfully refuses to rejoin the GOP. How about Paul-Carson or Carson-Paul?