Is there any other way to properly quote Darth Vader? We think not!

More than 18 hours later and Sen. Cruz is still on the Senate floor taking it to the Empire.

Video via the Free Beacon:

Cruz also read from Ashton Kutcher’s Teen Choice Awards speech.

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  • WhoDat

    Oh the things that amuse people.

    • Grandma HeadInjury

      Like little trolls that post on websites with which they disagree….

      • Rulz

        Being arrogant enough to think that they can change people’s minds because they’re liberal and people must agree with them.

        • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

          Wait Rulz,
          We must eat to stay alive. We must breath to stay alive. We must agree with them, NOPE, nada, Not goin’ there! Not No, Just Heck No!

      • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

        t i n y … attention getters they r.

    • therantinggeek

      12/02/13 can’t get here soon enough.

    • IceColdTroll

      You mean like . . . YO MAMA?

      • WhoDat


  • Michael Anderson (WB)

    If he mentions twerking I may have to reconsider my support.

  • Rick Canton ®

    I tried so hard to get a Twitchy-worthy tweet on this one… #FailedAgain.

  • JoeMyGodNYC

    So the Tea Party is the Rebel Alliance and DC is the Death Star? I see Cruz more as Jar-Jar. “Missa m’goin talk all night.”

    • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

      How many of the Federalist Papers have you read?

      • Spiny Norman

        He doesn’t need to read any of that old crap: he knows his truth.

        • Rulz

          Which is the same old recycled garbage that kills civilizations.

          • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

            Rulz, reality is always coming to those that aren’t looking for it…you know like Gravity.
            What goes up always comes down, and when they hit the ground ‘boom’, will they painstakingly know which flag to plant…

        • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

          Of course that which is ‘only’ what is his.
          The Federalist Papers are His, he just doesn’t know it.

      • Kimihiro Watanuki

        LOL, you implied he reads classic, important literature. I doubt he graduated above Detective Comics.

        • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

          Guess, if he were to move and become a citizen of lets say Italy, he would find just Detective Comics about the Origins of Italy….Got cha’! :)

        • therantinggeek

          Detective Comics? I thought it was Archie! 😛

      • Rulz

        Sarcastically speaking:

        Cause like those were like so yesterday and like we need like gays to marry and stuff cuz like they can’t go to therapy cuz dems and rinos say so and all and we like need bigger government and women having abortions cuz like it’s a human right and helping the poor and all that and like gives me good feelings and stuff.

        • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

          And, we too have noticed the reply from joemygodnyc.

      • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

        Here joe, since you toodled off and didn’t answer the question, we now leave you a present, which really isn’t a present, it really belongs to All of us, Americans. Hopefully you will please take note of 5)…

        Federalist Papers. It was published on February 19, 1788 under the pseudonym Publius, the name under which all the Federalist Papers were published. It is titled, “The Alleged Tendency of the New Plan to Elevate the Few at the Expense of the Many.”
        Madison advocates the election of “men who possess most wisdom to discern, and … pursue, the common good of the society.”
        According to the essay, the representatives will be true to their constituents for the following reasons: 1) the people chose these distinguished men to uphold their engagements, so the representatives have an obligation to stand by their words. 2) The representatives sense a mark of honor and gratitude feel at least the tiniest affection to these constituents. 3) Selfish motives of the human nature bind the representative to his constituents because the delegates hope to seek advancement from his followers rather than the government. 4) Also, frequent elections remind the representatives that they are dependent on the constituents for their loyalty and support. Therefore, the representatives are compelled to remain faithful to their constituents. 5.) The laws created by the legislators will apply to all members of society, including the legislators themselves.

    • Rulz

      That’s racist by progressive standards.

      • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

        Oh Yes!

      • therantinggeek


    • LR99

      How much welfare do you get?

    • IceColdTroll

      fkk you, a$$clown.

      • IceColdTroll

        But . . . yes.

        • conservative2012

          Awesome! Do you mind if I share this?

  • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

    With all the O’Tyranny, is there anything left of our own individual…
    private property,
    sovereign state of…..self?

  • rm1evo

    Awesome sauce.

  • Sakemoto

    Another classic moment showed up on C-SPAN when Twitter guy Socialist Mop tweeted that Durbin is a “dirtbag” and they aired it on the scroll while Durbin spoke. LMAO!

  • ssj429

    I am an independent, along with being a moderate, and I am thankful for Ted Cruz. It’s about time that the DC ruling class realizes that their job is to REPRESENT the people of this nation. I will wholeheartedly vote for Ted Cruz if he runs for president in 2016. This is because he is actually doing what he is suppose to be doing. Most of my friends are either other independents or democrats. They are also impressed to see a politician actually doing their job, and I could easily convince them to also support Cruz if he decides to run for president. One more thing, it’s also very refreshing to see a new, more relevant crop of GOP members come to power. RIP: Establishment republicans, along with their friends in the so called “conservative media”.

  • MNWoman

    I was also particularily fond of his referencing and reading from Duck Dynasty.

  • Proud Nana

    Senator Ted Cruz is awesome .