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Saturday, March 28, 2015


Somehow, I got on Ted Cruz's email list.  Cruz feels picked upon by the usual suspects and needs my help to get his fabulous message across.  My reply is at bottom.

Cruz For President

Monday I announced my campaign for President, and ever since, I've been under constant attack.

Will you chip in $5 -- or even $35 -- to help me fight back?

You see, the liberal media has called me every name in the book -- attacking me for everything from announcing my campaign at a Christian university to listening to country music.

I want you to see a few of the headlines and just how truly desperate the Left is to discredit and destroy me:

   – "I think he's the worst. I think he's scary, I think he's dangerous, I think he's slimy and I think he brings no fresh ideas." - Donny Deutsch & MSNBC
   – "Ted Cruz's phenomenally bad idea" - Washington Post
   – "Ted Cruz's 'country music' drivel: What's really behind his musical conversion" -
   – "Can You 'Imagine' Ted Cruz as President?" - The New Yorker
Thomas, every day since I announced, I have been faced with a new set of attacks with each more vulgar than the last.

One thing is clear; the so-called "tolerant" Left is a myth. They are unable and unwilling to engage beyond their redistributive, socialist agenda and inflammatory rhetoric.

That's why I'm reaching out to you today with a personal request.

Will you help me fend off the Left's attacks by clicking below and making an instant, secure emergency contribution?
My response is as follows:

Thomas Meehan

9:59 PM (1 hour ago)
to ted
When you turned your back on Christians of the Middle East in order to "Stand with Israel,"  you turned your back on me as well. If your need money, look to Sheldon Adelson.  

Take me off your email list. I stand with my fellow Christians and my country.

Tom Meehan 


  1. Ted Cruz is repugnant. To me he is a republican version of Obama. Don't know why any conservative would be interested in him.

  2. Apart from his stance on the Middle East, I get a very unsettling vibe from him. He seems always "ON" like a performer or a TV evangelist. Also, I was active supporting the Princeton College Republicans while I lived in Princeton. He attended while I was there. It's seems odd that I never heard of him at the time.