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Is Ted Cruz Hispanic

Media Chorus to Silence Ted Cruz Growing Louder... Ted Cruz is being SILENCED by the media because he is an outspoken conservative and Hispanic.

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Where's the Outcry for this Clowns Documents? This Dirty Bastard is hiding more than we think and is so arrogant, he feels RULES and REGULATIONS don't apply to him. He's Hispanic and Canadian....Where's His Birth Certificate? He hounded President Obama for his Birth Certificate...Show Us Your Documents Ted Canadian/Cuban Cruz!!!!

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Is Ted Cruz Really Hispanic? Being "Hispanic" has nothing to do with what Mark Halprin asked.

Hispanic Conservatives: Cruz “Perhaps Worse” Than Trump That’s saying a lot. Especially given that tonight will be the last GOP presidential debate of the year, and that Cruz is surging in the polls, and that Trump has said some incredibly nasty things about a large number of people. With all that, conservative Latinos met with Ted Cruz and say he’s is worse than Trump.

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"Hispanic unemployment is higher than the national average and when the federal government is killing small businesses and killing jobs it is hurting the future of the Hispanic community and we need to carry that message.", Ted Cruz

Sen. Ted Cruz skips Hispanic Chamber of Commerce summit, displeases Latinos in D.C. The important sentence here, quoting USHCC President Palomarez: “I hope it is not indicative that he’s backing away from the Hispanic community in order to get through the [GOP] primary.”

Ted Cruz says Obama has fueled racial tensions This is part of an overdue meeting between Cruz and Javier Palomarez, president of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Cruz was invited to the USHCC conference in 2014, he didnt’ show. To make amends Cruz agreed to a sit-down conversation with Palomarez at the National Press Club. The room was filled with non-Latino journalists, so the headline was about Baltimore and Cruz’s dislike of the President.

"I think Hispanic community - the values that resonate in our community are fundamentally conservative. They are faith, family and patriotism. Do you know the rate of military enlistment among Hispanics is higher than any demographic in this country? And they are also hard work and responsibility.", Ted Cruz

The sudden death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has sparked a heated discussion over his replacement, raising the stakes in an already contentious presidential election. Given the opposition of congressional Republicans, Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida suggested on NBC’s Meet the Press that there’s no need for President Barack Obama to even try making a nomination.

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