Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Jesus Is Not His Co-Pilot


Last night, somewhere beneath the unsanctified ground, curled into a fetal position in his True Conservative crypt and weeping scalding loser tears, the next-to-least qualified lying lunatic to run for the Republican nomination in 2016 rethought his last-minute Come-to-Wormwood decision to lash his political fortunes to the Trump Hindenburg.

The "soul's midnight" must be weird for someone who has no soul. 

However this morning, Lyin' Ted dried those tears and got right back to work as most nakedly depraved hobgoblin in American politics. From Politico:
Cruz: Trump had 'the strongest debate performance' yet

By POLITICO STAFF 09/27/16 10:39 AM EDT

Hillary Clinton “did not have a good performance,” according to Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, and Donald Trump had “the strongest debate performance he’s had in this election cycle.”

Cruz, who recently endorsed the man who beat him in the Republican primary after months of refusing to do so, embraced his new role as a Trump surrogate in an interview with conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt, dinging Clinton as “tired” and “formulaic” while praising Trump for drawing “strong contrast.”
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17 comments:

Robt said...

Ted Cruz,
"Trump was right about me and my family" Even my Dad's involvement in JFK's assassination.
Did Teddy have a fall out with God?
It was God that told him to run for president, remember?

Redhand said...

That's not sh*t. It's chocolate ice cream! If you don't believe me, why just taste it!

Ah, no thanks Ted. You can have it all to yourself.

jim said...

To his credit, Ted Cruz has done what should by now be physically impossible: multiplying overnight the already-epic ambient public loathing for Ted Cruz by everyone burdened with both logic & a conscience.

Sandman said...

I guess Failgunner Ted and Herr Drumpf have the same coke dealer.

RUKidding said...

What big buck$ payola did someone offer the Cruzer to endorse Trump, especially before the first debate? If Cruz wasn't bought off, then, ohmygolly, he really is a 2 bit whore.

trgahan said...

Translation Cruz is asking Trump:

Once this is over, can I please have the southern mega church rubes back? They are all I had and bank account is getting low.

ohsopolite said...

Cruz's incisive analysis is just one of the many factors that are fueling Tedmentum! 2020. He's a former debating champion, you know...

John Hall said...

The man is an inverTEDbrate.

Kevin Holsinger said...

Good evening, Mr. Glass.

And times like this are when I lament that more people didn't watch "Kung Pow: Enter the Fist." Behold Wimp Lo...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d696t3yALAY

Be seeing you.

keith gargus said...

I assume Ted is prideful of his wins in the SC. Never mind that he argued in front of sympathetic stacked benches, he loves the rep of Kid Galahad of the lunatic christo-fascist movement. So after peddling his ass to the Yam for a few coins, he didgraces himself by lauding Donnies performance in a debate.
If I had unlimited resources I couldn't arrange better vengance than that on this unctuous prick.

ziply said...

I guess his nutjob constituents have forced his hand. Aaaaand he just might want a job in a Trump administration. Sad. Bad, very bad.

Habitat Vic said...

Spoke with a full-time Dem campaign staffer while phone banking last week. Scuttlebutt/rumors/guesses on Ted Cruz was that he actually started selling (or maybe, one time third party use to gain interest) his constituent lists to The Talking Yam within a few weeks of stopping his campaign. Further speculation was that not getting the price Cruz wanted for his lists (one time buyout by the Trump campaign) was part of why he did a non-endorsement at the Repub convention. Supposedly Trump wanted it cheap/free or the buyout paid directly by the RNC rather than his campaign. Does sort of sound like how The Donald does things - on the cheap.

Anyway, in the last month Cruz supporters have gotten about 30 contacts via Trump/RNC, so someone probably paid for the lists (I don't think Cruz turned them over for free). Guess on the price? I was told mid six-figure to maybe a million or two (it would go into Cruz's war chest for future political runs). Pretty cheap selling of his dignity, in my opinion.

That's all rumor, of course, but I've read similar in various blogs regarding Cruz's selling of his lists and/or his soul/dignity. I not surprised that Cruz is a hypocritical POS sell-out, but I am surpised at how cheap he went.

Jason said...

Oh thank god Cruz endorsed Trump. He squandered his political capital of having moral superiority he had when he refused to endorse Trump over somewhat admirable reasons and now that he showed his hand once again as the craven opportunist we all know he is, he's lost his best springboard for future higher office aspirations. I was worried he had the shady craftiness of Nixon but he's a slave to his desire for power and a creepy narcissist.

gocart mozart said...

What was the price for Ted's soul?

Ten bucks, same as in town.

Tom Shefchik said...

I actually agree with Ted, praising Trump for drawing “strong contrast.” Don showed a strong contrast indeed.

And in fact, Ted is a better liar than Don the Con. During the primaries he would climb on stage and lie, using his voice like a ham actor, or like his dad the crazy preacher. Speaking quietly, then rising to a crescendo, then dramatic pause, then speaking as if disappointed. Generally chewing up the scenery. Worked on a lot of the rubes. Trump only has two modes: pretend serious, and shouting.

Strider said...

Holy crap, "Come to Wormwood..." is genius!

Arne Langsetmo said...

"Why Richard, it profits a man nothing to give his soul for the whole world... but for Wales?"