Back So Soon?

Senator Ted Cruz was photographed returning from Cancun Mexico. He claims he only intended to take his daughters on vacation. As he walks through the airport, he barely seems aware that his image is being recorded and certain to be published on social media. Meanwhile in Texas, the state that Cruz represents was left with millions without power, food or water. Some have even died due to the disastrous conditions of this unexpected ice storm.

Ted Cruz is currently serving as the junior U.S. Senator. He was elected tin 2012 as the first Hispanic to represent the state of Texas. He was reelected in 2018 in a close Senate race again Beto O’Rourke. As a Republican he takes conservative positions on economic and social policy and he supported Trump’s BIG LIE. In 2016 Cruz ran for U.S. President and placed second behind Donald Trump. It’s no secret that he has hopes for a 2024 run for the highest office in the land. So Ted Cruz really should be minding his manners at least publicly.

Pathetic Excuses of Ted Cruz

“With school cancelled for the week, our girls asked to take a trip with friends,” the statement read. “Wanting to be a good dad, I flew down with them last night and am flying back this afternoon. My staff and I are in constant communication with state and local leaders to get to the bottom of what happened in Texas.”
I started having second thoughts almost the moment I sat down on the plane, because on the one hand, all of us who are parents have a responsibility to take care of our kids …, he explained. “But I also have a responsibility that I take very seriously for the state of Texas and frankly, leaving when so many Texans were hurting didn’t feel right and so I changed my return flight and flew back on the first available flight I could take.”
“Of course, I understand why people are upset. Listen, we’re in a strange time where Twitter’s been going crazy and the media is going crazy and there’s a lot of venom and vitriol that I think is unfortunate frankly on both sides,” Cruz said. “I think everyone ought to treat each other with respect and decency and try to understand each other more particularly at a time of crisis.”
“It was obviously a mistake, and in hindsight, I wouldn’t have done it,” said Cruz. “I didn’t want all the screaming and yelling about this trip to distract even one moment from the real issues that I think Texans care about, which is keeping all of our families safe.”
“Hypocrites. Complete and utter hypocrites,” Cruz tweeted. “And don’t forget @MayorAdler who took a private jet with eight people to Cabo and WHILE IN CABO recorded a video telling Austinites to ‘stay home if you can … this is not the time to relax.’”

Yes, Ted Cruz is now admitting that he made a MISTAKE. He acted as a member of the privileged and careless D.C. elite instead the elected state official that he is. All manner of remarks are being made regarding his irresponsible behavior. One clever graphic shows Cruz wandering into the same self-centered world that tanked Chris Christie during his statewide disaster.


#34 TUE CAP
12/22/1970
Ted Cruz

Ted Cruz was born on a Tuesday in the zodiac sign of Capricorn. The impulsive planet Mars rules his INNER self and the determined planet Saturn governs his OUTER nature. The #34 TUE CAP signature creates individuals who should act in a responsible manner, but may not do so. Thus their lives (and those around them) are greatly affected by their actions and non-actions.

Cruz was born with one of the most difficult of the 84 Dayology signatures. The rulers, Mars and Saturn, have very different natures and do not get along easily. When they are made to work for the same purpose, very strong personalities are created for good or bad. Ted Cruz has some important decisions to make right about now. He is advised to use this scandal to decide if he wants to be a hero or a disappointment. Serving the public requires more than talk, it means buckling up and being there when times are bad. Times are bad in Texas right now.

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