Ted Cruz Praises Palin for the Victories

As we get into the second week of 2013, it’s good to remember the victories of 2012 and not just the disappointments. And then continue the good fight.

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) wrote, through SarahPAC, a letter to supporters today thanking and reminding them of the victories of Gov. Palin.

"As you know, I am not the first or the only candidate to benefit from Gov. Palin and SarahPAC’s courageous support for conserativism. SenatorsDeb Fischer, Jeff Flake, Tim Scott, Marco Rubio, Kelly Ayotte, Rand Paul and other common-sense conservatives are proof that Americans are ready to return to our nation’s founding principles.

I look forward to working alongside these and other strong conservatives to stand up to the big government bureaucracy that is entrenched in Washington, DC. Every American deserves the opportunity to build a better life for our children and grandchildren, and together we will fight for the conservative ideals of liberty and opportunity that made this country the greatest on Earth.

I am humbled and grateful for the continuing support of patriots like you."

Cruz has been speaking candidly about commonsense conservative solutions to problems like the debt, deficit (the misnamed "fiscal cliff’), illegal immigration and the push to restrict gun ownership in the wake of the Connecticut murders in December. Here he is on PBS’s "NewsHour" with Judy Woodrff.







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