Cruz debates Trump supporters! Did he win?

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  1. righteousdude2

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    I found this friendly dialogue/debate quire interesting, but who do you believe got the best of the ir opponent in this face-to-face meeting?
     
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    If a wise man has an argument with a fool,
    the fool only rages and laughs, and there is no quiet. Pro. 29:9
     
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    That Trumpie was out of his league.
     
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    Seriously. He sounded as stupid as Trump. And as usual, none of them know anything bout the man other than he wants to build a wall.Cautious
     
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    Cruz clearly was the better man. The Trumpbot didn't stand a chance, but I say good on Ted for being willing to his opponent. Thats more then we can say for "Mr. Art of the Deal"
     
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    Cruz was the friendly one in the conversation. The Trump supporter was obnoxious, insulting, and had no responses except name-calling and accusations.

    Cruz was in a battle of wits with an unarmed man.

    That said, I do not like Cruz and voted against him at every opportunity here in the Texas elections. But it was nice to see a candidate actually try to attempt to discuss issues instead of the name-calling and bullying that Trump believes should characterize our political discourse.

    As someone who has voted for the Republican candidate for President ever since I was old enough to vote (I voted for Reagan), I will not vote for Trump - even if the Republican Party nominates him. It is my conviction that a vote for Trump is a vote against our founding principles as a nation.
     
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    A few random hecklers arguing with a Harvard-educated attorney, gee, I wonder who won that "debate"? But it's awesome that Cruz confronted them, they weren't expecting that and maybe next time they'll think before running their mouths at somebody.
     

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