May 12, 2015, - 5:07 pm

Saul Anuzis: Meet Ted Cruz’s Hezbollah-Lovin’ Michigan Campaign Chief – UPDATED

By Debbie Schlussel

**** UPDATE, 05/13/15: Forgot to mention that Ted Cruz Michigan campaign chief Saul Anuzis is tight with Jihad Grover Norquist–you know the guy that took money from Al-Qaeda front groups (which were raided by U.S. Customs) and got an Al-Qaeda fundraiser’s son a job in the Bush White House. Fabulous! ****



Saul Anuzis, Right, and His Hezbollah Pal Nasser Beydoun, Bottom

I thought Ted Cruz was the best of the likely Republican choices for President. But his choice of Saulius “Saul” Anuzis to run his efforts in Michigan is very disturbing and raises serious questions about the kinds of people a President Cruz would appoint. It’s also stark evidence that despite all of the tough talk, Cruz really isn’t that tough on Islamic terrorism. As I’ve noted on this site, Anuzis has a long record of reaching out to Hezbollah’s American agents and supporters

I’ve known Saul Anuzis for decades, and I used to like and respect him. I worked with him and his brother on the Jack Kemp for President campaign. But Saul’s actions after 9/11, when Anuzis was Chairman of the Michigan Republican Party were scary. (To be accurate, Anuzis wasn’t “Chairman” of the Michigan GOP. He was “Chair,” since the Michigan GOP wants to be multi-sexually inclusive and run by a piece of furniture).

As Chair of the Michigan Repubs, Anuzis made it a point to “reach out” (translation: pander) to Shi’ite Muslims in Dearbornistan who were and are open supporters of Hezbollah. Anuzis’ butt-snorkeling of this newly “prized” GOP demographic was so bad that he was eagerly recruiting and actively pimping Republicans on Nasser Beydoun (see also here) as GOP candidate for the U.S. Senate. Nasser Beydoun led anti-Israel, pro-Hezbollah and pro-HAMAS rallies and protests in Dearbornistan, including one at the Bint Jbeil Hezbollah Social Club, during which he cheered when a speaker said Jews had diseased brains and were sick in the head. Leading a rally in support of Hezbollah in front of Dearbornistan City Hall, Beydoun called Hezbollah–which murdered more Americans than any other terrorist group except Al-Qaeda–“freedom fighters” and asked protesters to pause “for a moment of prayer for the Hezbollah martyrs.” I was at both of these events, but his comments at the second event were documented in many mainstream news sources, including the Wall Street Journal.

A Dearbornistan-based charity Beydoun headed and co-founded was under investigation for sending money to Hezbollah in South Lebanon. One of his two co-founders and fellow officers in the foundation, Kayed Bazzi, was a business partner of indicted fugitive Hezbollah financier Talal Chahine. After American soldiers did Beydoun’s and other Shi’ites’ bidding in Iraq by losing life and limb to take out Saddam Hussein and hand it over to Iranian-supporting Shi’ites like Mr. Beydoun, he became a vocal critic of our soldiers who continued to be picked off by Al-Qaeda in Iraq, which is now ISIS.

Later, Mr. Beydoun spent a few years in Qatar, where he allegedly embezzled countless funds from his employer and was detained as he tried to flee. Sources showed me financial and banking records, generated while Mr. Beydoun was in Qatar, documenting wire transfers and financial dealings in which Mr. Beydoun was apparently involved in fund transfers to Iran and Hezbollah, in violation of several federal laws. The feds are aware of these dealings.

Prior to his stint in Qatar, Beydoun was Chairman and Executive Director of the American-Arab Chamber of Commerce, and when he led a delegation to Egypt, he stated that he co-founded the organization to get America to change its pro-Israel foreign policy. To that end, Beydoun repeatedly signed anti-Israel letters to federal officials, on behalf of the American Arab Chamber of Commerce, such as a 2008 anti-Israel letter to then-Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice.

When I questioned Saul Anuzis about his one-sided, unrequited mancrush on Nasser Beydoun and documented recruiting of the man, Anuzis made repeated excuses and denials, none of which were consistent with each other and all of which were phony. And when I asked Saul Anuzis in writing if he, as Michigan Republican Chair, would continue to reach out to Shi’ite Muslims who openly support Hezbollah, he wrote me that he, indeed, would, so long as he could get them to vote Republican. Then, he would repeatedly tell me, “But I support Israel,” as if that means anything when he is promoting enemies of BOTH America and Israel and seeking them as an audience.

Saul Anuzis ran for Chairman of the Republican National Committee, a position which he lost to Reince Priebus. But when he was running, my previous articles about Saul Anuzis and his Hezbollah-pandering on this site (including here, here, here, and here) came back to bite him. So, to combat that and rescue his campaign for RNC chief, Anuzis concocted a phony, neverbefore told (because it was only recently fabricated) story about how his late father “saved Jews from the Nazis.” But, not only does the story ring phony, the Anuzis family belonged to a Lithuanian church where “former” Nazis hiding from the feds belonged in droves. I know this because as a teenager, I used to attend my Congressional District’s Republican Party meetings, and they were held at this same church (Saul’s brother was an official of the District Republican Committee for some of that time). I was told by other Republicans, “Hey, did you know that so-and-so Nazi war criminal belongs to this church?” I later learned that the Justice Department Office of Special Investigations was looking into several of the church’s attendees. Nonetheless, Anuzis got his suckup buddy Joel Mowbray to write a kiss-ass column on Townhall, touting the unverifiable and unlikely (but newly discovered!) “My Dad Saved Jews” (but we belonged to a Nazi War Criminal Church) story.

This is the kind of person that Ted Cruz has hired to run his Michigan efforts. Thus, this is also a nice preview of the kind of person that Ted Cruz would hire in the White House. If Ted Cruz has no problem hiring an ends-justifies-the-means Hezbo-panderer to run his Michigan campaign, he will have no reservations to hire that kind of person in his potential Presidency. And, if you tell me, well maybe Ted Cruz didn’t know about these things, that’s even more worrisome because it tells you Ted Cruz and his staff don’t do their homework. They could have Googled Saul Anuzis and read plenty of this. They clearly chose not to or knew about it and hired him anyway. Either scenario doesn’t tell us good things about a Ted Cruz Presidency.

I hope Saul Anuzis is an anomaly in the Cruz camp. I’ve praised Ted Cruz for some of the things he’s said and done to fight the jihadist threat, and he is a strong supporter of America’s most loyal ally, Israel. His Deputy Chief of Staff, Paul Teller, is the exact opposite of Saul Anuzis. Teller, a true conservative, understands jihad and its threat in America and is behind a lot of Cruz statements and legislative efforts on that. The question is, if the hiring of Saul Anuzis evidence that those statements and legislative efforts are just window dressing, when he has no problem hiring people like Saul Anuzis.

And if Ted Cruz wins, he will likely hire Anuzis in some capacity at the White House or appoint him to some position. That’s what most winners do with their campaign staff. And, in this case, it’s not a good thing.

By the way, although Saul Anuzis used to be a staunch conservative, he’s changed and become a political fatcat establishment Republican. He’s not as much of a conservative as he used to be. He was a strong supporter of Mitt Romney from the beginning of the 2012 race when Romney was among the most “moderate” candidates running for the GOP nomination. He recruited an ambulance-chasing abortion trial lawyer to be Michigan’s Supreme Court nominee (thankfully the guy lost). Anuzis has also shown a lot of contempt for the real conservatives in the party, including the Tea Party folks.

The question is, is Ted Cruz as conservative as he says he is? And if so, why would he hire Saul Anuzis to run his Michigan campaign?

Remember, when you support a candidate for President, he won’t be the guy running the show at any point in his political career and never has been. It’s his staff–guys like Saul Anuzis–who are running the show.

Would you support Saul Anuzis for President? If you support Ted Cruz for President, Saul Anuzis is part of the package.

Exit Question: If Ted Cruz gets elected Prez, does Saul Anuzis bring Nasser Beydoun as his date to the White House Christmas Party? Or maybe Beydoun brings Anuzis as his date to the White House Ramadan Iftar Dinner.

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51 Responses

Good question.

I’ve been inclined to support Ted Cruz and I hope this is an anomaly.

I’m not expecting perfection from a candidate and his campaign staff and if there are more things like this, then I will have to reconsider my support.

We badly need someone like Ronald Reagan in the White House and we may not get it. Would be a shame if we end up with a weak GOP nominee AND Hillary Clinton in the White House.

NormanF on May 12, 2015 at 5:54 pm


    Is that the same Reagan who had The Israel-hating Arabist Caspar Weinberger as his Secretary of Defense, who Reagan allowed to spew his contempt for Israel for 7 plus years?

    Scott on May 16, 2015 at 11:58 pm

    Let’s also not forget that Ted’s wife, Heidi, was a member of the Council on Foreign Relations until just a few years ago.

    You know, the group Cruz has been criticizing.

    CFR’s goal is to combine all of North America into a single entity. Has been for some time.

    She was a member of the task force that wrote the following paper:

    sounds like globalism to me.

    Oceanside on May 26, 2015 at 12:17 pm

      That’s a big conspiracy that Cruz’s Senate opponent tried to use against Cruz and failed because it’s been debunked. To Cruz CFR/globalist conspiracy theorists:
      Do more research and stop smearing a good Christian conservative. The rumors against Heidi Cruz were started by Cruz’s Senate opponent.
      Ted Cruz is nowhere near a globalist or establishment. Apparently you don’t know his record fighting against the UN world court and his own party to protect our sovereignty and our constitutional rights. Cruz also won 9 SCOTUS cases to defend religious liberty and gun rights while serving as Texas solicitor general.
      Cruz has been fighting for and defending our constitutional rights long before he was a senator.

      As far as this Saul Anzusi appointment. I’m not too concerned because I trust Ted Cruz to stand by Israel and he is the only one who will recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Isreal and he will move the embassy there.

      He has an anti jihadist on his staff and has never pandered to Islam appeasers. I do hope he’s seen this post and has replaced Ansuzi or will replace him or not appointment him in his cabinet. But, I don’t think it’s a reason to stop supporting the best candidate we have considering the rest are RINOs if not closet liberals and arrogant narcissists. I will try and make his campaign aware of this concern. Thanks for letting us know.

      littlebytesnews on January 23, 2016 at 9:21 pm

I should add you did an expose a couple of years back about a pro-Hezbollah figure who worked for the McCain campaign and they addressed it.

If this is an oversight, hopefully this post will lead the Cruz campaign to cut its ties to Saul Anuzis.

Debbie, keep up the good work!

NormanF on May 12, 2015 at 5:58 pm

I have been wary of Cruz for some time. To me, one of the most blatant manifestations of his opportunism was his last-minute campaigning for Pat Roberts in 2014. Roberts was in danger of losing his seat, and Cruz’s campaigning may well have contributed to Roberts’ victory.

Roberts is one of the biggest hacks in the Senate.

More broadly, Cruz’s methodology seems to be to latch on to quixotic causes, in order to make the record of what a wonderful conservative he is (even if the causes have no chance of prevailing). His efforts to halt the budget to install defunding of Health Care was not serious. Everyone knew there was no chance of prevailing. This is the kind of thing he does.

Even his support of Israel last year during the Gaza War was more symbolic than anything else, even though he said some of the right things, and was the only person saying them. His speeches did not involve any actual actions or risks on his part.

One of the biggest manifestations of opportunism on the part of a politician is inconsistent support of a campaign or cause. Cruz’ support of Israel is of this nature. Where was he, for example, in denouncing the villification of Netanyahu?

While inconsistent support is better than no support, I would like to think, if there is any hope for the future, that we can do better.

Little Al on May 12, 2015 at 6:03 pm

    Why doesn’t Ms. Schlussel ask Senator Cruz instead of smearing him first?

    RD: Clearly, you are ignorant as to the meaning of the term/word “smear.” A smear occurs when someone’s reputation is damaged via false information. But it is FACT that Ted Cruz hired Saul Anuzis and that Saul Anuzis did these things. It is not my job to ask Ted Cruz why he cannot and will not do simple research on those he chooses as key advisers and strategists. That’s his job, as I pointed out in the piece, and yet he didn’t do it, which bodes poorly for what he’d do as President. Sad that this doesn’t trouble you and instead you attack the messenger. DS

    RD on May 12, 2015 at 6:31 pm

      Little Al you’re a good guy but if you aren’t backing Hillary you’re backing Jeb.
      Am I wrong?

      Mochizuki Koga on May 12, 2015 at 9:09 pm

        Yes, MK, you are wrong. I would never vote for Jeb.

        Little Al on May 12, 2015 at 10:35 pm

          Likewise, I would never vote for Shrillary or any other Democrat.

          Little Al on May 12, 2015 at 10:36 pm

          This development regarding Cruz is very disappointing. And although Little A1 can certainly speak for himself, in previous posts he’s been veering toward Scott Walker. Finding conservative bona fides in today’s candidates is tough, and Walker may be the best fit. Overall, however, the political spectrum of “choices” has tended to range between “Progressive” and “Progressive Light.” (I’ve never been fond of the political hijacking of the perfectly good word “progressive” by the left, but it’s too late for me to fight that one.)

          Ralph Adamo on May 13, 2015 at 1:22 pm

The Beydoun guy looks like he fell out of the proverbial ugly tree hitting every branch on the way down.

CornCoLeo on May 12, 2015 at 6:18 pm

Nope. I stop @ Jihad. If Cruz supports this dhimmi, he has lost my vote…and he was the only one I would vote for. I’m voting against the others in the race.

Conservatives who take Jihad seriously have NO WHERE to go. We had better start to build our own party (so we can get the years of losing over w/sooner rather than later…).
It’s getting worse than serious. We have NO WHERE to go. Wake up!

Skunky on May 12, 2015 at 6:22 pm

    Skunky: You’re jumping on the bandwagon here prematurely. Debbie Schlussel has not done anything to prove or disprove her accusations against Senator Cruz. That tells me more about Debbie than Senator Cruz, who I know to be an honest man of the highest integrity. We would be most fortunate to have Ted Cruz as President. He is the only candidate I will even consider on the GOP side.

    RD: RIF–Reading Is Fundamental. It’s not an “accusation” that Ted Cruz hired Saul Anuzis to run his campaign in Michigan. That’s fact. So is Saul Anuzis’ pandering to Hezbollah supporters. WAKE. UP. DS

    RD on May 12, 2015 at 6:35 pm

      RD, it looks like that Ms. Schlussel beat me to it on responding to you buddy. It turns out that Debbie is indeed correct on her analysis in the OT about Ted Cruz aligning himself with this shady person who’s an Arabist, by being pro-Hezbollah terrorists.

      It now looks like that I’ll be possibly supporting “Rand Paul” (I don’t agree with Paul on everything, but he brings up good arguments though), due to him being the only “constitutionalist” candidate in the primary. BTW, here’s the source to prove where I’m coming from with this, and DS isn’t slandering or libeling Mr. Cruz, it’s all factual my friend:

      Sean R. on May 13, 2015 at 12:06 pm

It is astonishing, Debbie, that you seem willing to read the natural born citizenship requirement out of the U.S. Constitution like other American haters. Sorry, but Ted Cruz doesn’t even get a consideration from me because he is the son of a Cuban citizen who was born in Canada. He is a citizen only by virtue of a statute enacted by Congress, not a natural born citizen under the U.S. Constitution. George Romney thankfully got chased out of the Republican presidential race in 1968 over his non-NBC status caused by the fact he was born in Mexico while his parents were on the lam from California authorities to avoid prosecution for practicing polygamy. Aside from Cruz’ non-NBC status, the guy is just creepy–known as the guy who walked through the girl’s dormitory wearing nothing but a bathrobe while in college–as if anyone wanted to see him naked.

Gary Welsh on May 12, 2015 at 7:45 pm

Well that’s disappointing. Now I feel like a fool for donating to Cruz’s campaign so early on.

I: You should not feel like a fool. You should contact the campaign, let them know you are a donor, and voice your concerns about Saul Anuzis, asking them questions. Maybe you will get them to notice the problem and correct it. DS

Ilan on May 12, 2015 at 8:28 pm

Well, that’s disappointing. I hope Walker does better.

Maybe this will be an anomaly (especially if Cruz loses Michigan, which is a solid possibility). I’d hate to see him join the auxillary of the Criminal Licensed Islamist Terrorist Organization Radicalizing Intellectual Support group.

If he did, he’s be one, if you catch my drift.

Occam's Tool on May 12, 2015 at 8:33 pm

Saul Anuzis is good enough for a blue state like Michigan.
You have to work with what you’ve got.

Mochizuki Koga on May 12, 2015 at 8:40 pm

I guess I am voting for Huckabee. He’s the only candidate officially opposed to a suicidal two state solution. If I am wrong please correct me.

Recalcitrant Zionist on May 12, 2015 at 8:45 pm

    OMG, You had better do your research on Huckafraud! Don’t be persuaded by the corny Evangelical crap he spews…he’s a progressive RINO & his Libtarded actions speak louder than his cornpone, fake Conservative nonsense he bleets out.

    So sad to see so many here STILL not getting it. I like Little Al’s posts because he presented truthful & thoughtful things to cogitate on…and facing truthful facts is NOT the same as wanting to vote for Jeb-ito (fake Mexican) and Cankles The Grifter. I’d never vote for either of those progressive potentates!

    DS cemented her points far better than I could but I have been a reader here far too long to NOT see the red flags. And all those who think I am bandwagon-esque…well, I @ 1st felt the same panic YOU did but guess what kept hitting me upside the head like “Homey The Clown’s” stinky sock? THE. TRUTH. Not to mention Hezbollah & Islam & Jihad.

    I mean what I say. I stop at Jihad. & I will NOT put up W/Islamo equivocation. It’s all bad…I’m not one to put up w/modifiers like “fundamentalists” or “extremists”. All Islam is pitch & rotten to the core.

    Politicians can’t be trusted and if I have to vote against the only one I had faith in, so be it. Look what the advent of that crypto-Moooooslim Obama-Putin wrought on us? Thank you “Proles” of America!!

    Skunky on May 13, 2015 at 10:53 am

Give me a strategic partisan over principled bi-partisan any day. This isn’t tiddlywinks. Winning would actually be nice here.
Otherwise we go can go with Jeb and see how that works out.
Why haven’t we heard anything about good old Jeb BTW?
Or is just doing what’s expected?

Mochizuki Koga on May 12, 2015 at 8:46 pm

If I heard something about Jeb I’d commend you on bringing this to people’s attention.

Mochizuki Koga on May 12, 2015 at 8:55 pm

that’s about “principled” and “bi-partisan” as I get.

Mochizuki Koga on May 12, 2015 at 8:57 pm

    MK, you’ve been making this same point for years already. Since you have resisted all efforts to explain your error, there’s no point in my repeating any of them.

    skzion on May 13, 2015 at 5:41 pm

      Oh, so I’m assuming the same arguments employed to lightly and always indirectly slap Obama on the hand for not visiting Israel soon enough(among other things) while railing about Bush’s hypocrisy apply here too? All things in good time I always say.
      Great visit wasn’t it? He really got it done.
      Jeb will get it done too if he gets half the chance.
      Not quite as fast but more permanently.
      Obama is only the trail blazer but I think you don’t think you really see where it’s headed.

      Mochizuki Koga on May 13, 2015 at 7:20 pm

      Are you happy now?

      Mochizuki Koga on May 13, 2015 at 7:21 pm

Ok, so how is Scott Walker, in comparison? Any skeletons in his cupboard? For me, Jeb is out of the question, as is Christy, Gramm, Rubio, Paul, Carlson and Fiorinna. I think governors make better presidents, so how is Walker?

Infidel on May 12, 2015 at 9:36 pm

Skunky, there was a party called the Loyalist Party. It’s #1 agenda item was Jihad, and ending Muslim immigration, and pursuing all sorts of anti-Muslim policies. It is, needless to say, tiny even compared to Greens, Libertarians, Constitutionalists, Natural Lawyers and so on

Infidel on May 12, 2015 at 9:39 pm

Saul Anuzis is a disturbing campaign choice. Ted Cruz could find himself being asked some disturbing questions if his campaign ever reaches escape velocity.

Worry on May 13, 2015 at 12:24 am

A bunch of crooks to choose from. Is it a matter of voting for the least worriesome or not voting at all and the worst one becoming the next POTUS?

Bronson on May 13, 2015 at 3:09 am


Are you surprised?

I’m not. Politics, especially at the national scale, forces the players to lie down with dogs. They get up with fleas.

Nobody runs for statewide office in Michigan without ultimately finding themselves in the company of petro-funded gangsters. As long as the federal government lets these gangsters run amok, the situation will persist. I think this is a sign of what you can expect from candidates of other parties.

When you find a candidate for President who maneuvers around this political faction in our state, let me know. A story about Joe Candidate picking a Hez-connected person to lead his Michigan campaign is normal and expected.

Not that I mind your documenting it. It’s just that the real story will be when you find someone who steers clear of the “Michigan Mob”.


There is NO Santa Claus (aka TINSC)

There is NO Santa Claus on May 13, 2015 at 7:42 am

    Santa, I’m not at all convinced that picking a Hezbollah-connected campaign manager is necessary or “to be expected.”

    skzion on May 13, 2015 at 5:18 pm

What about Santorum?

Adam on May 13, 2015 at 9:18 am


    After Cruz got booed off the stage for praising Israel at that Arab-Christian hate-fest, Santorum criticized Cruz for doing it. Santorum can shove it.

    Scott on May 17, 2015 at 12:14 am

Here’s an idea. Petition Cruz to fire Saulius “Anus” Anuzis to run his campaign in Michigan and hire DS. I doubt she would even want the position, but she would make a great running mate. Talk about a Cruz missile.

Michael Stanley on May 13, 2015 at 10:36 am

Idiot liberals have made muhzzies appear as the “oppressed” minority group to be pandered to.

DS_ROCKS! on May 13, 2015 at 12:22 pm

Amazing stuff, DS. And I’m also amazed that you believe Cruz can correct this. Things like this are not oversights. Cruz is dead to me, and hopefully to any of my conservative crowd to whom I will pass your article to. Also, from the comments to this item, is there a Republican worth voting for?

Gary Sack on May 13, 2015 at 12:24 pm

Sad to see this Anuzis appointed to aid Cruz in Michigan (of all places!). Hopefully Cruz has been misled by one of his staff and will correct the situation. Except for Cruz and a few others, the GOP field is devoid of conservative candidates. The Donald recently defended islam. Jeb wants all those “revolutionists” to have easier legal access, as if the current illegal invasion is not already too easy to do!

Have I missed something, is sultan Barry’s destruction of isis underway? Do not seem to see any evidence of it! Meanwhile, his “protection and advocacy of islam” goes on unabated. Whjen will the new congress convene — they could show up in DC any day now. We be waitin’ …..

Prinz Eugen on May 13, 2015 at 1:14 pm

dang it… not ted cruz.

good thing bolton’s going to announce his candidacy so i have someone i can vote for. theoretically.

kirche61 on May 13, 2015 at 5:32 pm

I had better hopes for Ted Cruz. This decision to hire Hezbo loving Saul is a kick in the gut. Glad you’re on this, DS.

BB on May 13, 2015 at 8:20 pm

I too have had had a positive view of Ted Cruz, but this information certainly gives food for thought. Hopefully nothing will come of this, but I don’t think I will attempt to hold my breath. Thanks once again Debbie.

Naomi R. on May 13, 2015 at 10:23 pm

My goodness, Bolton would be the second incarnation of Ronaldus Magnus, only even more awesome> The man clanks when he walks.

OT: HUH?? Bolton openly supports amnesty (well, Reagan did, too, so he is like Reagan that way). And he’s a blind gusher over extreme fraud and con artist Scamela Geller. DS

Occam's Tool on May 13, 2015 at 11:27 pm


    Bolton, just like the late Jeane Kirkpatrick,is another fair-weather phony friend of Israel.

    When Bolton was the US ambassador at the UN, he criticized Israel for building settlements, claiming they were bad for the so-called peace process.

    Kirkpatrick did even better. After Israel bombed Saddam’s nuclear weapon factory, Kirkpatrick condemned Israel at the UN, expressing how appalled and shocked she was that Israel could commit such a terrible act.

    Ted Kennedy of all people, pretty much stood alone when he immediately and forcefully defended Israel, while virtually all of Israel’s so-called friends in Congress ran for cover.

    Scott on May 17, 2015 at 12:35 am

Debbie, I emailed him with the link to your article. I told him no more money from me and no vote if he supported people like this.

EWSTX on May 14, 2015 at 12:44 pm

a friend just called to tell me that grover’s buddy ron nehring is going to be cruz’s california campaign manager.


bye bye cruz

sally on May 16, 2015 at 10:04 pm

DS: How do you know that Paul Teller is one of the good guys? Remember you and your dad were both completely suckered by Mark Siljander. How do you know if history isn’t repeating itself?

CR: We were not suckered. Siljander was a good guy for many years and throughout his career in office. It’s only later on that he changed when he apparently became desperate for money. Teller isn’t the same thing. Not even close. DS

Charles Rector on May 17, 2015 at 8:00 am

This is absurd. Anyone who has followed Ted Cruz knows Israel has no better friend.

I don’t know anything about the allegations, but Cruz has not asked for Saul’s foreign policy advice. Saul is to represent Ted the candidate, not Saul.

Guilt by association seems a stretch.

Debbie, which candidate do you support?

Clark Kent on May 18, 2015 at 10:27 pm

This is a hit piece by Debbie.

Trying to smear Ted Cruz through insinuation.

Saul is not party to Ted’s foreign policy. He is asked to represent TED’s views in Michigan.

Clark Kent on May 18, 2015 at 10:32 pm

So, let me get this straight…

So, because Ted Cruz is ALLEGELDY friends with Saul Anuzis who is tight with Grover Norquist – CRUZ SUPPORTS HEZBOLLAH???

So Cruz condemning and LEADING THE FIGHT AGAINST the Iran deal because it would help FUND groups like Hezbollah…how does that fit into your delusional equation?

S: Clearly, you have a reading comprehension problem. Ted Cruz isn’t “ALLEGELDY [sic] friends with Saul Anuzis.” He’s paying Saul Anuzis thousands of dollars a month as he hired Anuzis as his Michigan campaign chief. How did you not get that? That’s the point of his article, which clearly you failed to read. RIF – Reading Is Fundamental. Try it before spouting off BS. The only delusional party here–and the one who cannot read to save his life–is you. Talk is cheap. Deeds speak louder than words, and Ted Cruz hired Anuzis, as well as voting to make it easier for Obama to enact the Iran deal unless there was a 2/3rd Senate vote to stop it. If that’s “leading the fight,” we certainly do NOT need him as our leader. DS

stage9 on January 22, 2016 at 2:06 pm

“[Bolton’s] a blind gusher over extreme fraud and con artist Scamela Geller.”

And that multiple plastic-surgery victim and all-around gonif who claims to “watch jihad” but does absolutely nothing to actually stop it, positively gushes over Cruz. This plus the Anuzis connection plus Ted’s listening too much to John McCain over the matter of waterboarding, all seem to spell T-R-O-U-B-L-E.

ConcernedPatriot on March 5, 2016 at 1:08 pm

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