Sen. Ted Cruz 'looking forward' to soon completing process of renouncing Canadian citizenship

  • Article by: WILL WEISSERT , Associated Press
  • Updated: January 4, 2014 - 2:20 PM

AUSTIN, Texas — Canada-born U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz has yet to renounce his birth country's citizenship as promised — but a spokeswoman said Saturday the tea party darling plans to have that finished soon.

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jbpaperJan. 4, 14 3:12 PM

McCain was born on a military base, which most people consider US soil. I'll admit that I'm not a constitutional scholar but the way I see it, Cruz is not eligible to be president.

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adliblogJan. 4, 14 6:26 PM

If he wasn't such an advocate for Canadian tar sands oil interests it would be easier to believe he represented the interests of American citizens. Cruz for US President? Never. He's only a tad more of a likely candidate as Fidel Castro would have been.

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adliblogJan. 4, 14 6:31 PM

If he wasn't such an advocate for Canadian tar sands oil interests he'd be easier to accept as representing US citizen's interests. But for President? Never. Fidel Castro would be only slightly less likely/

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truthtimeJan. 4, 1410:20 PM

He needn't bother as he has zero change of getting elected. I think we've had enough dunderheaded Texans seeking to be president.

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orpheus90Jan. 5, 14 5:45 PM

As a national political candidate, Cruz is a media disaster waiting to happen. If you thought the 2012 republican primary debates were a clown show, just wait till Cruz hits the debate stage in 2016. Evil sitcom is the only phrase that comes to mind ...

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nutsokindoJan. 9, 1412:01 AM

George Romney? How soon we forget.

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