“Stop” TV:60 Highlights Cruz’s Opposition To Washington Dealmaking

Cruz News | February 18

“Stop” TV:60 Highlights Cruz’s Opposition To Washington Dealmaking

HOUSTON, Texas — The Cruz for President campaign today launched its closing television ad in South Carolina, “Stop,” a :60 direct-to-camera message from Cruz. In the ad, Cruz restates his commitment to standing with the American people and not Washington dealmakers, while laying out his positive, conservative vision for America. The ad is currently running statewide in South Carolina.

“Stop”
TV: 60

CRUZ: Washington deals. It’s why we have a $19 trillion debt.

Some candidates have promised to cut more deals with the Democrats. Others already have. I won’t.

Washington deals are bankrupting our kids and grandkids. It has to stop.

I’ve stood up to the Washington lobbyists – like when I took on the ethanol mandate in Iowa. They said it was political suicide. My opponents attacked me, promising more cronyism and more corporate welfare.

I didn’t back down… and we won.

As President I will say no to amnesty, repeal Obamacare, abolish the IRS and defend the Constitution.

When Washington dealmakers push, I won’t flinch.

I will stand firm with the American people, whether Washington likes it or not.

VOICEOVER: No wonder conservatives like Rush Limbaugh are saying:

RUSH: “…There is no other choice for you in this campaign than Ted Cruz.”

“This is the closest in our lifetimes we have ever been to Ronald Reagan.”

CRUZ: I’m Ted Cruz, and I approve this message.

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