Senator Ted Cruz – the connection.

Senator Ted Cruz and Wife Heidi Nelson Cruz Bios

Submitted by ProudAmericanFirst on Wed, 09/25/2013 – 14:02

So far, Ted appears to serve us well. This is simply to lay out information that is readily available. We must continue to VET ALL politicians, and hold them accountable. I will caution that tptb have been well ahead of us, not only during the past few years, but for decades. Lifetime politicians, lawyers, etc. sometimes do have ‘long-term’ objectives, even when at first they come across as people who care. That said, there are some in fact who are worthy of our support.


– Senator Cruz was born in Canada, and thus automatically a Canadian citizen. Cruz’s father was born in 1939 in Matanzas, Cuba, his mother born in Wilmington, Delaware. Cruz announced that he is renouncing his Canadian citizenship. [See “natural born citizen” as required by Article II, Section I, Clause 5 of the US Constitution for President and by the 12th Amendment for Vice President.]

– In 1998, Cruz served as private counsel for Congressman John Boehner during Boehner’s lawsuit against Congressman Jim McDermott for releasing a tape recording of a Boehner telephone conversation.

– Cruz joined the Bush–Cheney campaign in 1999 as a domestic policy adviser, advising President George W. Bush on a wide range of policy and legal matters, including civil justice, criminal justice, constitutional law, immigration, and government reform. There he met his wife, Heidi Nelson Cruz, another policy adviser who works for Goldman Sachs.

– Cruz assisted in assembling the Bush legal team, devise strategy, and draft pleadings in the Florida and U.S. Supreme Courts during the 2000 Florida presidential recounts, winning twice in the U.S. Supreme Court.

– After President Bush took office, Cruz served as an associate deputy attorney general in the U.S. Justice Department and as the director of policy planning at the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.

– George P. Bush, the nephew of former President George W. Bush, endorsed Cruz for U.S. Senate.

“Ted is the future of the Republican Party,” Bush said in a statement. “He is a proven conservative, and his personal story embodies the American Dream. Like Marco Rubio in Florida, I am confident that Ted will inspire a new generation of leaders to stand up and defend American Exceptionalism.”

– Heidi Cruz, who graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a B.A. in economics and international relations from CMC in 1994, is a vice president in the Private Wealth Management Group at Goldman Sachs, Texas. She and her two partners work with clients to implement high net worth portfolios across a range of investments and asset classes, including complex derivatives products, private equity, hedge funds, single stock risk management, U.S. and international equities, and fixed income.

Continued on for the “Smoking gun.”

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1 Response to Senator Ted Cruz – the connection.

  1. levotb says:

    “Citizen parents”, both of them. The decision? Minor v. Happersett, 1874. Read it, then read Leo C. Donofrio’s piece from January 27, 2012 titled “The Dirty little Secret Of The Natural Born Citizen Clause”. No one seems to mention Minor in their posts. Why, I don’t know. But Minor clearly defines what a “natural born citizen” is even though the Constitution doesn’t. Cruz can be a leader outside The White House and still be “a force”, but he’s ineligible to be President as his father was a Cuban citizen at Cruz’s birth.

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