Ha ha ha, you have to love these sniveling babies who can’t take the slightest bit of criticism. Big, bad tough New Yorkers who go fetal over a mild slight.
So they’re all going apeshit over Ted Cruz, failing to realize he’s way ahead of them. Now he beats them senseless:
Amid heat from both sides of the aisle following his comments about “New York values” during Thursday night’s Republican presidential debate. Ted Cruz issued an apology – but not for his remarks.
CBS News’ Weijia Jiang and other reporters spoke with Cruz Friday evening to get his reaction on demands for an apology. Cruz did not apologize for his remarks, but instead used the occasion to slam both Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio for a variety of policies and controversies.
“You’re right. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton and Andrew Cuomo and Bill de Blasio have all demanded an apology, and I’m happy to apologize. I apologize to the millions of New Yorkers that have been let down by liberal politicians in that state,” Cruz said.
Cruz then attacked Cuomo’s policies, including the governor’s stance against hydraulic fracturing for natural gas, and in favor of same-sex marriage rights, abortion rights and gun control.
“I apologize to the hardworking men and women in the state of New York who have been denied jobs because Governor Cuomo won’t allow fracking even though there’s been many high-paying jobs just south in Pennsylvania. New Yorkers are denied the ability to provide for their families,” Cruz said. “I apologize to all the pro-life and pro-marriage and pro-Second Amendment New Yorkers who were told by Governor Cuomo that they have no place in New York, because that’s who New Yorkers are.”
Cruz went on to attack Mayor de Blasio for a variety of policies and controversies, including the mayor’s stance in favor of limiting charter schools.
“I apologize to all of the African-American children, whom Mayor de Blasio tried to throw out of their charter schools that were providing a lifeline to the American dream,” he said.
Cruz also went into claims that de Blasio did not support police officers.
Because he doesn’t and everyone knows that. Here’s the full statement. It’s glorious:
— THE Chris Coon (@Coondawg68) January 16, 2016