Ted Cruz Calls For Unlimited Campaign Contributions

Senator Ted Cruz wants to lift limits on political cash. He believes that it would give rank-and-file conservative activists more power when it comes to selecting their representatives, including the president.

Cruz told an audience of New Hampshire voters that, "money can absolutely be speech" and "I believe everyone here has a right to speak out on politics as effectively as possible." This is Cruz's first trip to New Hampshire this year, which might potentially lay the groundwork for a presidential campaign of which he said, "I am looking at it very seriously."

After Cruz's speech, one activist gave him a check, telling him to fill out any amount he wants. Cruz returned the check but asked an aide to follow up with the donor should he make an official campaign. He also told donors to "stay tuned."

In addition, Cruz's daughter, Caroline, has given him her support to run for president. Cruz said his daughter told him, "If you win, that means Snowflake will finally get a backyard to pee in." Speaking with regard to campaign finance rules, Cruz stated, "Right now, the system is crazy. In the Senate race, I had $35 million in nasty attack ads against me.And you know what? It was their Constitutional right to do so."

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