Ted Cruz flubs, deletes YouTube response to Obama

21 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Cornyn and Cruz have low expectations for State of the Union.

In a video posted to YouTube shortly after President Barack Obama wrapped up his State of the Union address, Cruz offered his rebuttal, saying that it is “time to move on beyond” the president. Under Obama, Cruz said that the top 1 percent “have gotten fat and happy,” but working men and women “are finding it just harder to make ends meet.” Cruz said that Obama “had rhetoric of inclusion” in his speech in between his veto threats.According to Politico, Cruz said Obama sounds very much like Christopher Walken’s “SNL” character who wants to improve a musical performance with “more cowbell.” “To every problem his solution was, ‘more cowbell, more cowbell,’ ” Cruz said. “This president, to every problem his solution is ‘more taxes, more government.’”

“This is an administration that benefits those that have connections to Washington,” Senator Ted Cruz told Fox News. “It’s the same failed policies that don’t work.” “It really was disappointing to see the President refusing to acknowledge the overwhelming sentiment of the American people that we want a different path,” Cruz explained. “The President has said he will veto it even though the overwhelming majority of Americans want those jobs and the energy independence,” Cruz stated. “If the President, for once, was willing to work with Republicans, we could actually get something done. Cruz also slammed Obama for taking a partisan tone, noting that trade is possibly the only topic where Republicans could find agreement with the president. Just shy of one minute into the video, Cruz is seen saying, “Let me start over.” The video then cuts to Cruz redelivering his response to criticize Obama’s claims of an American economy on the mend.

According to Cruz, Republican victories during November’s midterm elections were a public repudiation of the president’s policies, but Obama has yet to get that memo. “Unfortunately…he has heard none of that message, and is more interested in partisan battles than coming together to solve the grave fiscal and economic problems that our country is facing,” Cruz said. Ted Cruz (R-TX), who will now be overseeing much of the NASA, about how his belief will influence his ability to carry out his job on the subcommittee.

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