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President Ted Cruz? Says He’s Very Seriously Considering a Run

While stopping short of confirming a run for the Presidency, Senator Ted Cruz did confess that he is “very, very seriously” considering his candidacy in 2016.

Cruz (R-TX) cited an incredibly low labor participation rate, 92 million non-working Americans, Obamacare, and a continued onslaught of Constitutional rights, as reasons he would consider a run.

He also mentioned a need to protect Americans from a proliferating terrorist threat.

“The Obama/Clinton/Kerry foreign policy is an unmitigated disaster,” Cruz claimed.

Watch Cruz confess an interest in running for the Republican nomination in 2016…

Cruz also appears willing to go toe-to-toe with the presumptive Democrat candidate, Hillary Clinton.

He practically dared Clinton to run on the President’s so-called economic recovery, saying Obama’s policies have only benefited the wealthiest Americans.

Cruz:  The top 1 percent under President Obama, the millionaires and billionaires that he constantly demagogues, earn a higher share of our income since 1928. Those who walk the corridors of power have gotten fat and happy under big government. I’ll tell you, hard-working men and women across America are hurting. We, today, have the lowest labor force participation since 1978. 92 million Americans are not working. We have seen wages stagnate.

Would you support a Ted Cruz campaign? Do you think he could beat the other Republican challengers?

 

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