Failed former presidential candidate Mitt Romney, the father of socialized medicine in the State of Massachusetts while governor of the state (RomneyCare), attacked current presidential candidate Ted Cruz’s recent sharp criticism of the Obama Iran nuclear deal.
Even though Obama has admitted that the over $100 billion the Islamic terrorist-supporting country of Iran will receive in the deal may be used to fund terrorism, and Secretary of State John Kerry admitted that Iran “may” use the cash to kill Americans, RINO Romney thought that he would remind us again the exact reason he forfeited the 2012 election to the worst president in American history — he does not have the courage to strongly attack Obama (even though he’s a vicious mudslinger against conservative members of his own party).
“I am opposed to the Iran deal, but Sen. Ted Cruz is way over the line on the Obama terrorism charge. Hurts the cause,” the big government establishment Republican tweeted on Thursday morning, a desperate attempt to remain relevant.
I am opposed to the Iran deal, but @SenTedCruz is way over the line on the Obama terrorism charge. Hurts the cause.
— Mitt Romney (@MittRomney) July 30, 2015
“Iran is the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism, so much of that money will end up in the hands of Hamas and Hezbollah and the Houthis, and other radical Islamic terrorists,” Ted Cruz told Sean Hannity on FOX News’s “Hannity” this week. “And if this deal goes through, the Obama administration will become, quite literally, the world’s leading financier of radical Islamic terrorism,” Cruz asserted.
Cruz, a national debating champion while attending Harvard, challenged either Obama or his surrogate Kerry to debate him publicly on the Iran deal:
“If he’s so convinced he’s right on the substance, I will welcome him anytime — and if he’s unwilling to show up, he can send as a proxy John Kerry. Let’s debate the substance of how much this endangers the United States of America, Israel and the world.”
“It’s the single greatest national security threat facing America,” Cruz contended, referring to the Obama Iran nuclear deal.