“The rules are I go first, and I refuse to take my turn. And you can’t take yours until I’m done. I know you’re upset, but we’re both at fault here, so let’s negotiate. I agree to take my turn if you agree that I win.“
– Stephen Colbert on the GOP shutdown strategy
If you can’t visualize Ted Cruz uttering those words you’ve no imagination at all. In fact it might be hard for you to picture Cruz on bended knee, praying to His God for guidance in these troubled times. But be assured the Tedster is doing so…
At the Values Voter Summit over the weekend, CBN’s David Brody spoke with Cruz about his role in instigating the government shutdown, which has been seen as complicating debt limit negotiations.
“Where do you see God in all of this fight that’s going on in your life right now?” Brody asked the Texas senator.
“Well, David, you know at every stage, my prayer to God is that His will be done,” Cruz insisted. “As it will be.”
As it will be?
I don’t know which I find more alarming; that this Texas nimrod still believes in imaginary supernatural beings, or that he knows their (imaginary) minds. We might as well be Peru or Brazil…