Ted Cruz's Policy Positions



Now that Ted Cruz has decided to run for President, he is actually the first one with a website which actually states his policy positions. Other would-be candidates, like Scott Walker and Rand Paul, have none, since they are not yet declared candidates. (They do have websites for their current office, but none specifically addressing policy positions of what they would do as President.)

There's a lot to chew over at TedCruz.org, but here's a sampling of Cruz's positions.

Authored the Obamacare Repeal Act as his first piece legislation.

Led the fight to defund Obamacare — the largest regulatory challenge facing our nation which has resulted in killing jobs, cutting workers’ hours, and causing millions of Americans to lose their doctors or health care.

I remember when Cruz had his "minifilibuster" on this subject. He spoke 21 hours straight. He and Mike Lee were basically alone there, no other senators came to offer support for any substantive period of time. Rand Paul made a cameo appearance for about five minutes.

Authored legislation to end taxpayer dollars subsidizing corporate fat cats, including the Ex-Im Bank.

Opposed the Renewable Fuel Standard ethanol subsidy.

All the other candidates support ethanol, except for Rick Perry.

Led the fight against regulating the Internet as a public utility because it threatens the Internet as a haven for entrepreneurial freedom and unlimited opportunity.

Rand Paul, to his credit, has also been outspoken on this as well.

Set an early, high standard for meaningful Republican opposition to increasing the debt ceiling.

Demanded a 60-vote threshold vote on a clean debt-ceiling increase in February 2013, when Republican leadership wanted to allow the Democrats to raise the limit with a simple majority vote.

Led the charge on behalf of 13 states to successfully defend, before the U.S. Supreme Court, a federal law that bans one form of late-term abortion, the Partial Birth Abortion Act.

Joined 18 states in successfully defending the New Hampshire parental-notification law before the U.S. Supreme Court.

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