Kansas City Star Blows Gasket As Sen. Ted Cruz Campaigns For Amanda Adkins

I'm almost uncomfortable quoting this passage from a newspaper column today but it's worth a peek just to document the hyperbolic and deeply personal opposition of the newspaper against GOP politics.

Here's the word and another prog blog reference thereafter . . .

“If you killed Ted Cruz on the floor of the Senate, and the trial was in the Senate, nobody would convict you,” his colleague Lindsey Graham famously once said. One of the furthest-right U.S. senators, Cruz furiously opposes women’s personal reproductive rights, wants to repeal marriage equality, has repeatedly blocked raising the ludicrous $7.25 federal minimum wage, opposes birthright citizenship (even though he was born in Canada and his father is a Cuban immigrant) and has fought to dismantle the Affordable Care Act — the program he signed up for himself after he was no longer eligible under his wife’s insurance plan. And of course, he objected to the Senate certifying the perfectly legitimate results of the 2020 presidential election — even after Donald Trump had attacked Cruz’s wife for her appearance . . . And this is the national leader Adkins is hitching her wagon to? If the Kansas GOP hopeful wants to convince 3rd District voters that she won’t be a Tucker Carlson-courting bomb thrower, appearing on a stage next to Ted Cruz is a weird way to do it.

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