Sen Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is sick and tired of the charades and attacks by members of the Republican Party directed at the President. Most Republicans would agree with Ted Cruz that these childish, disrespectful acts need to stop immediately, as time is of the essence to pass some good, conservative legislation.
On Wednesday, Ted Cruz discussed the matter with radio host Mark Davis and, per The Hill, Cruz said:
“It’s like you’re back in junior high. … We’ve got a job to do, dammit, and so all of this nonsense, I got nothing to say on it. Everyone shut up and do your job, is my view…. I think it’s unfortunate the nastiness that pervades Washington now and political battles of personality that consume seemingly every minute of the media attention and an awful lot of time and energy here in this town.”
Some of the above statements came as he was questioned about the clownish, irresponsible behavior by both Bob Corker and Jeff Flake that has been discussed all over the media. Cruz added that Americans are frustrated by the Republican-controlled Congress to do as they promised and were elected by their constituents to do.
Cruz also blamed the Moderates for failing to pass health care and other legislation and said (Per The Hill), “Alright big boys, we got a majority and you know who it is who is screwing up governing? It’s the so-called elder statesman moderates.”
If anyone knows about trading jabs with Trump, it would be Ted Cruz who had heated exchanges while campaigning for the Republican Nomination for President. However, we are no longer in campaign season. Now is the time for Republicans to unite together and be productive. And that is exactly what Ted Cruz is pushing to happen. Hopefully, Republicans will listen to Cruz and shape up for the good of America.
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