Sen. Ted Cruz lauds Elie Wiesel as a moral giant in AIPAC speech

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2016-03-22 14:16

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) listens to Elie Wiesel at a Senate roundtable discussion last year. Cruz said the nuclear talks with Iran were reminiscent of Western appeasement of Hitler.

CURRENTLY RUNNING for the Republican nomination for President of the United States, Cruz spoke on Monday, March 21 to the annual American-Israel Public Affairs Committee, Washington's largest lobbying group and an unregistered agent of the Israeli government in the U.S.

His words were described as those he has spoken many times before, but naturally what stood out to me was what he said about Elie Wiesel.

At 13:40 into his speech he said:

A year ago, I was honored to join the great Elie Wiesel on a panel discussion in the Senate about this disastrous Iranian deal. Not a single democrat was willing to join Elie Wiesel … to sit alongside someone who witnessed first hand the horrors of the “Holocaust,” who brings a moral weight and gravity second to none, was both powerful and humbling. And I am convinced, after this election, the American people will stand and say together “Never Againmeans never again. Please continue reading at Elie Wiesel Cons The World

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After reading the article I discovered something new about " Lyin " Ted .
 

Can you believe that, after all he is been through in auschwitz:
 
"Auschwitz survivor who settled in Israel is world's oldest man""Yisrael Kristal breaks the record at 112 years and 178 days old""Mr Kristal survived, weighing under six stones when he was liberated by the Allies in 1945."
http://www.thejc.com/news/world-news/154520/auschwitz-survivor-who-settl...

Someone suggested that this man is not really that age - something about Polish Jews moving their birthdates back a number of years between the wars in order to avoid something - don't remember what. But that's very possible. When Israel verifies something, how much weight does it carry?

But yes, so-called Auschwitz survivors are exceptionally long lived for the most part. I have read that restricted calories for an extended time can improve health -- and just think, no sugar, cakes, syrups, etc. Work out in the open. A swimming pool and soccer field available. Like a health spa!

Lying comes as natural to the people as ducks taking to water.

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