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[QUOTE]Originally posted by glassman: [QB] Cruz's wife IS The Establishment, and we cannot afford to have her in the WH she will doom his bid when people find this out;[b] In 2003, she worked for the Bush administration on economic policy. Eventually becoming the director for the Western Hemisphere on the National Security Council under National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice in 2003. She left Washington DC in 2004 to support her husband's run for elective office in Texas. In 2005, she joined Goldman Sachs, serving as a private wealth manager and is currently the Region Head for the Southwest Region in the Investment Management Division of Goldman Sachs in Houston. She had served as vice president for seven years before the promotion in 2013. She took a leave of absence without pay for her husband's 2016 presidential campaign.[/b] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heidi_Cruz Now add this to the pot, and you get a lying sack of chit- [i] But the couple’s decision to pump more than $1 million into Mr. Cruz’s successful Tea Party-darling Senate bid in Texas was made easier by a large loan from Goldman Sachs, where Mrs. Cruz works. That loan was not disclosed in campaign finance reports. Continue reading the main story JAN. 13, 2016 Those reports show that in the critical weeks before the May 2012 Republican primary, Mr. Cruz — currently a leading contender for his party’s presidential nomination — put “personal funds” totaling $960,000 into his Senate campaign. Two months later, shortly before a scheduled runoff election, he added more, bringing the total to $1.2 million — “which is all we had saved,” as Mr. Cruz described it in an interview with The New York Times several years ago. Continue reading the main story Graphic: 2016 Primary Calendar and Results A review of personal financial disclosures that Mr. Cruz filed later with the Senate does not find a liquidation of assets that would have accounted for all the money he spent on his campaign. What it does show, however, is that in the first half of 2012, Ted and Heidi Cruz obtained the low-interest loan from Goldman Sachs, as well as another one from Citibank. The loans totaled as much as $750,000 and eventually increased to a maximum of $1 million before being paid down later that year. There is no explanation of their purpose.[/i] How'd they pay that down? "contributions"? not only are they hiding the truth (being kind) they are bought and paid for by the banks we bailed out, and wasn't that what the T_Party was against? seriously, these people are not fit to hold public office. that's a fail, another Fail and yet a third FAIL. [/QB][/QUOTE]
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