This is what angers voters when it comes to DC politicians who know how to dodge around the question to attack another candidate or to skirt the issue.
Sen. Ted Cruz attended the Iowa Freedom Summit in January 2015, two months before he declared his candidacy for president. Cruz was asked if doctors or women seeking abortions should be prosecuted if abortion becomes illegal, and he dodged the question twice.
Today he lashed out at Trump for taking a stand which he clarified later.
From Ted Cruz.org:
“Once again Donald Trump has demonstrated that he hasn’t seriously thought through the issues, and he’ll say anything just to get attention. On the important issue of the sanctity of life, what’s far too often neglected is that being pro-life is not simply about the unborn child; it’s also about the mother — and creating a culture that respects her and embraces life. Of course we shouldn’t be talking about punishing women; we should affirm their dignity and the incredible gift they have to bring life into the world.”
If it was easy for Cruz to go after Trump on this issue, what is Cruz’s position? Someone need to answer this don’t you think? Here’s the video below:
Now am I wrong for pointing this out? How can you bash another candidate when you don’t take a position? Share your opinions (below) and add this to your Twitter/Facebook timeline for discussion.
h/t – CSPAN