Ted Cruz Impersonates Great Politician, And Does Impression of JFK Too

Posted by | January 8, 2016 10:24 | Filed under: Contributors News Behaving Badly Politics Tommy Christopher

Republican presidential frontrunner-up and Canadian Usurper Ted Cruz loves to show off his pop culture acumen and skills at mimicry whenever he can let up on his Steven Colbert-like devotion to his passive/aggressive conservative dick character.

Those skills were on brilliant display yesterday when Cruz favored an Iowa eatery with his impression of JFK, only really loud, because everybody knows louder is funnier…READ MORE

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By: Tommy Christopher

Tommy Christopher is The Daily Banter's White House Correspondent and Political Analyst. He's been a political reporter and liberal commentator since 2007, and has covered the White House since the beginning of the Obama administration, first for PoliticsDaily, and then for Mediaite. Christopher is a frequent guest on a variety of television, radio, and online programs, and was the villain in the documentaries The Audacity of Democracy and Hating Breitbart. He's also That Guy Who Live-Tweeted His Own Heart Attack, and the only person to have ever received public apologies from both Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck.

6 responses to Ted Cruz Impersonates Great Politician, And Does Impression of JFK Too

  1. Buford2k11 January 8th, 2016 at 10:43

    oh how sweet it is…Rosemary’s Baby all grown up..

  2. Larry Schmitt January 8th, 2016 at 15:22

    From a NYT story on the Cruz campaign: “DVDs available: “Ben Hur” (animated version); “The Ten Commandments” (animated version); “Left Behind II: Tribulation Force,” starring Kirk Cameron”
    Kirk Cameron? What’s he gonna do, put him in his cabinet?

  3. jybarz January 8th, 2016 at 18:53

    I’m not a masochist.
    Can’t be bothered playing the video.
    Cruzifer should run for president in Canada.
    My suggestion to Cruzifer:
    “Please self-deport”

  4. bpollen January 9th, 2016 at 03:52

    Notice how, in so many pictures, he has his sleeves rolled up two folds to give that “Joe Everyman” look to an Ivy-League educated lawyer and slime merchant.

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