welcome my friends, to the show that never ends …

Ladies and gentlemen …
Would you please join me in welcoming the only man crazier and scarier than ‘the Dongald’ …
That Don of the Dominionists …
That slimy, slithering, sleaze-ball of the senate …
A guy with more personality changes per hour than ten chicks named Cybil in a fun house mirror room … 
The man with more hate in his belly than Lil’  Dick Cheney at a Greenpeace rally …
The one, the only …
Rafael Edward Ted Cruz …
Born December 22, 1970 in the lovely city o’ saddles and pretend cowboys, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, our boy Teddy is an American (or so he says) politician and the junior United States Senator from the great state of Texas … a place where everything is big … especially, apparently, the willingness to vote for bat-shit-crazies, religious zealots/fanatics and hate mongers …
(sorry Texas, I been there and the peeps were great, the countryside lovely, and the food and music top drawer, but you guys keep voting these fuckers in and it’s making the place look a little cray cray … just sayin’, my Lone Star buds)
As Teddy Stare Cruz sez hisself kids: “Let me make this real, real simple for folks in the media who find this conversation very confusing.” “Even if Donald Trump dresses up as Hillary Clinton, he still can’t go to the girl’s bathroom”,  referring to a North Carolina law that requires transgender people to use public bathrooms that correspond with the gender they were assigned at birth …
And  then he joked about “Donald in a bright blue pantsuit” …

Cruz and other Republicans who support such restrictive legislation often rely on what’s called the “predator myth,” falsely claiming that by allowing transgender people to use bathrooms and locker rooms that match their gender identity, male sexual predators can exploit the law and more easily attack women. Experts have found little evidence to support this claim: in states and municipalities with transgender protections in place, there have been no such reported incidents. North Carolina’s new law, which also bans local governments from passing anti-discrimination protections for LGBT people, has caused significant backlash and negative economic ramifications for the state.

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