Where’s the Beef?
Wendy’s Commercials 1984
On June 4th of last year I was covering Ted Cruz for the day at three stop in two states. At the first stop he did a Q & A where he was asked why Conservatives should trust him. He, in the middle of his answer he said this:
You know what You shouldn’t trust me, don’t trust any politician. What you should do instead is say: ‘show me, don’t tell me show me.’ I had a former boss who used to say ‘If i’m ever accused of being a Christian I’d like there to be enough evidence to convict me.’
I thought of this when I saw that Jerry Falwell Jr. had endorsed Donald Trump:
Here’s an early quote of the day: “In my opinion, Donald Trump lives a life of loving and helping others as Jesus taught in the great commandment.”
Now I don’t claim to be an evangelical, I’m a Roman Catholic, I’ve not been a preacher, nor do I claim that a religious test should be the basis for one’s vote.
But given how seemingly important faith is in the daily life and decision for evangelicals I would think such voters would take Senator Cruz’s question seriously when choosing a candidate.
Here is the video which has only been viewed 71 times since I shot it in june 12 days BT (before Trump) the key lines start at 2:08
Exit question: Yesterday was the feast of the Conversion of St. Paul. At any time after his conversion did he leave any doubt whatsoever as to what he believed?