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Beto O'Rourke likes his wife more than power, unlike Ted Cruz

I know this is a bad, sad time for a lot of you, but think back to the last election. Remember back to when Ted Cruz was deep in his first of what will most likely be the start of a lifetime of failed presidential bids, and  Don insulted both his wife and father. Now we flash forward to his most influential people's list where Ted wrote this:

"President Trump is doing what he was elected to do: disrupt the status quo. That scares the heck out of those who have controlled Washington for decades, but for millions of Americans, their confusion is great fun to watch."

Now let's see what Don said about Ted's so called loved ones. There was this tweet:



Or what about this thing Trump said about his dad:

"His father was with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to Oswald being, you know, shot," Trump said during a telephone interview. "I mean the whole thing is ridiculous. What is this? Right? Prior to his being shot. And nobody even brings it up. I mean, they don't even talk about that — that was reported. And nobody talks about it."

Man and Ted still sucked up to Donald like crazy. Wow, so Ted must really love the idea of Ted Cruz having power, and must not really tolerate the idea of his family in so far as they can advance him.

Now look at Beto here. Do you think he at least cares about his wife?


Robert Francis "Beto" O'Rourke    Texas's 16th congressional district  e  Democratic  nominee in the  2018 Texas Senate race ,

Probably, right? Like you have no reason to think otherwise, right? Just wanted to make sure that we all can say that Beto has other things going than an endless lust for power to prove all these mean kids wrong. Also Beto played in a band with Cedric Bixler-Zavala, the lead singer of Mars Volta. So there, all the facts are yours now.

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