Ted Cruz and Rand Paul are in the 2016 race for the GOP presidential nomination. Who would you vote for? (Poll Closed)

  • Ted Cruz
    28 votes

  • Rand Paul
    37 votes


Posted 4 years.


  • Jim Smith - 4 years ago

    That last post was by Jim Smith, NOT FireEyes. I don't know how that happened.

  • FireEyes - 4 years ago

    FireEyes . . . President Obama is a moot point. He is already almost finished with his terms and can't run again. Of course Ted Cruz is eligible to run just like Obama was. It is just fun to watch the poorly educated argue the points. I know, you say you have a great education but you sure haven't demonstrated that in your posts. Besides, when you start off a sentence telling people how smart you are, that is usually not the case.

  • april - 4 years ago

    You gotta lot of love there sweetie...

  • FireEyes - 4 years ago

    Jim, please note I said the Bummer is NOT eligible either! Never was. Thanks to liberals he's still in there ripping the nation apart.

    It's going to be two-faced for liberals to rise up against Cruz, but that's never stopped any liberal in the past. With them, it's do what we say not what we do. It's perfectly OK in their tainted little minds to have a Kenyan doing their dirt but the uproar if the Conservatives try the same thing.

    Well liberals, you're hoisted on your own sword. If Cruz gets the RNC nod, you can't raise stink about his eligibility or face having everything the muslim Bummer has done voided due to HIS ineligibility, which hopefully is going to happen anyway eventually. As above, expect a 2-faced don't do as we do, do as we say response.

  • Jim Smith - 4 years ago

    I love it! I've always wanted to see this. Thanks FireEyes.

  • FireEyes - 4 years ago

    Ted Cruz is a great statesman but just like the Bummer of DC he's not Constitutionally eligible.

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