And those who ask that question do not deserve the pejorative of kook, ‘birther’ or a-hole either.
I happen to be a Cruz supporter, very much so. That said, I do feel that it’s an entirely legitimate question to ask, as well as to explore, the validity of his birth as a US citizen. One way to alleviate concerns would be for Mr.Cruz to release his CRBA, (Consular Report of Birth Abroad), and truthfully, and thoughtfully answer all the questions pertaining to eligibility and be done with it.
NOTE: I really do hope for his nomination to run for US president, and that he’s elected, for all the reasons I’ve stated before on this blog, but I do want some answers on this question. If his parents never acquired one, we are duty bound to explore the ramifications of it.
The Post-Constitutional Election, Pt. 4: “Did Ted Cruz Enter the US Illegally in 1974?”
By Diana West on Friday, February 12, 2016 5:41 AM
Part 3 is here.
It’s an unanswered question.
Lawrence Sellin takes the prize for cogent thinking and also courage for asking it and other unanswered questions concerning Sen. Ted Cruz’s eligibility for the presidency, as stipulated by the U.S. Constitution.
Writing at Family Security Matters, Sellin highlights the contradictions around what we might think of as Sen. Cruz’s own “pathway to citizenship.” Sellin also notes the senator’s continuing failure to release a Consular Report of Birth Abroad.