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GOP Readies for Race for Distinction

RedRum Wrote: Mar 19, 2013 11:06 AM
When discussing potential future Presidents, I am not sure why Sen. Ted Cruz is continually discussed. Mr. Cruz would be an outstanding candidate and President, but he's not qualified to run as he was born in Canada. Unless the Constitution is changed, Ted Cruz will never be President. Now, he can become one of the greatest and most influential members of the US Senate, perhaps a future Majority Leader, or perhaps even a Justice on the US Supreme Court.
Milt37 Wrote: Mar 19, 2013 11:23 AM
Red,

Maybe you shouldn't be hitting the rum this early in the morning. Cruz's father was a naturalized citizen and his mother was born in the U.S. His parents were working in Canada when he was born, but since they were both legal U.S. citizens, that makes Ted a U.S. citizen.

Lay off the Mojitos, and try to learn something.

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