New Leadership, New Direction, One Texas
Ted Cruz has now been a U.S. Senator for 100 days. Who knew that in such a short amount of time, Mr. Cruzwould become one of the most extreme members of the Senate.
I hope that you'll watch it andconsider sending it to your friends.In just 100 days as a Senator, Mr. Cruz:
voted against disaster relief for Hurricane Sandy victims in NewYork, New Jersey and other states;
was one of only three to opposeJohn Kerry to be Secretary of State;
labeled the "Violence AgainstWomen Act" unconstitutional;
Not only voted against fellow Republican Chuck Hagel for Secretary of Defense, but he implied Hagel, adecorated Vietnam War veteran, might be on the side of enemies like North Korea and Iran. This led toa reprimand from fellow Senators for his McCarthy-like statements;
Opposes comprehensive immigration reform and has said he'd veto any new common sense gun safetylaws.The New York Times even labeled Mr. Cruz the "GOP's Nasty Newcomer".
With a record like that, what willSenator Ted Cruz do next?
Mr. Cruz may think he represents everyday Texans.
The truth is that Texans expect and deserve better thanTed Cruz.
State Representative Trey Martinez Fischer Founder, One Texas PAC