This major Cruz supporter thinks that there’s a lesson that Ted Cruz still hasn’t learned. If you’re a strong supporter of Cruz, you might want to read this. Do you agree with her? Or do you think she doesn’t have a valid argument? Check it out from Amanda Carpenter…
This isn’t something I want to write, but am going to given the fact we are staring down the barrel of the do or die Indiana primary.
Ted Cruz is a very good speaker but doesn’t always give good speeches.
Let me explain.
Actually, let me let him explain. And explain. And explain.
Did you watch his introduction that clocked in well over 30 minutes, of his running mate Carly Fiorina? That’s a pretty good example.
The words that come out of his mouth were good. But there were so many of them. With no clear beginning, point, and conclusion. Rather it was a rambling list of arguments Cruz felt he should make. There was no story for listeners to follow at all.
It was a damper on an otherwise flawless rollout. The campaign did a first-rate job building excitement around a surprise announcement Wednesday morning. The whole idea was risky and exciting. Cruz managed to steal headlines in the aftermath of Donald Trump’s five state triumph Tuesday evening and dominate airwaves with eager and genuine speculation. People ran to cover the Indiana event. Cameras were trained on Cruz as walked out to great fanfare.
Everyone wanted to see Cruz-Fiorina — the brand spanking new surprise in this wild and unpredictable election cycle.
And then he talked. And talked. And talked. And talked. Repeating points he’s made so many times before.
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