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Tsk. It turns out Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) comes from a family steeped in crime, it's no wonder he turned out like he did:
In a report Thursday about how Sen. Ted Cruz’s (R-TX) father shaped his vision on immigration, his father, Rafael Bienvenido Cruz, an immigrant from Cuba, said that while he “came to this country legally,” he basically bribed an official to get to the United States.“A friend of the family -- a lawyer friend of my father basically bribed a Batista official to stamp my passport with an exit permit,” the elder Cruz said.

I think this just goes to show that people who thwart the normal system for deciding who gets to enter the country go on to have no-good kids who grow up and become senators or something.
The Republicans tried to warn us, but we just wouldn't listen.


 

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Do you remember all of the whining by the righties about the President not being born in the US and not presenting a birth certificate?

How many presidents have been required to provide a birth certificate? Probably none.
The righties have talked a lot about where his father was from, but neglected to ask where the mother was from.

His mother was from Kansas, therefore regardless of where he was born, the President would still have been a US citizen from his mothers side.

Ted Cruz on the other hand was born in Canada and until recently maintained a dual citizenship of Canadian and United States.
Until very recently, he felt it necessary to keep the Canadian citizenship. I wonder why he needed it, but now only for political reasons did he have that removed.

Because Ted Cruz has Cuban connections, how many times did he go to Cuba, using his Canadian citizenship?
Canadians could legally go there, but American citizens could not.
 
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