One of the major criticisms against Sen. Ted Cruz being President is he was not a Governor.
After the disastrous lack of leadership from President Obama, many believe someone with experience, a track record and management skills is needed – like someone who has been a governor.
And there’s a lot of truth in this.
Here is Senator Cruz’s reply to CNN’s Dana Bush:
Dana Bush: I want to read to you a description, a Harvard law graduate, 40 something years old, two young daughters, in the senate for only two years who thinks he can be president. I could be describing you; I could be describing Barack Obama.
Ted Cruz: Well, unlike Barack Obama, I was not a community organizer before I was elected to the senate. I spent 5 1/2 years as the solicitor general of Texas, the chief lawyer for Texas in front of the U.S. Supreme Court. I supervised and led every year before the state of Texas in a 4,000 agency with over 700 lawyers. Over the course of 5 1/2 years over and over again Texas led the nation defending conservative principles and winning.
What do you think of his answer? Good enough?
Also, Cruz is becoming the liberal media’s #1 target…though several other presidential candidates are close behind.
Here is a bizarre, uncomfortable interview you should see, less their 2 minutes, see here.
Here is a recent talk from Sen. Cruz if you’d like to his 3 key issues…include religious liberty.