This weekend is not only the 44th anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s historic moon walk; it’s also the first observed since Armstrong’s death last August. Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is using the occasion to call for the United States to again take the lead role in the world, rather than apologize for American exceptionalism.
— Beth Dusty (@bethy283) July 20, 2013
@SenTedCruz Well said Sir. No Bowing allowed either. America Leads.
— Rhonda Koenig (@Rhondako) July 20, 2013
@SenTedCruz preach it brotha! We are a nation who leads.
— Rodney Morphew (@CoachRMorphew) July 20, 2013
@SenTedCruz Most American's didn't feel the need to apologize that was until Jan. 2009.
— L. A. Richardson (@smarsos1) July 20, 2013
@SenTedCruz Sorry to say the America of possibilities has been replaced by fear, uncertainty and doubt. Time for an end to "change"!
— Gerry Hesse (@All4FreedomNY) July 20, 2013
God bless you @SenTedCruz. Let's bring The Space Center and American Exceptionalism back and pull the plug on The Muslim Outreach Program!
— ⭐❤ Harriet Baldwin (@HarrietBaldwin) July 20, 2013
@SenTedCruz This day was a highlight in my life. Told me folks can do nearly anything by working together. Oh…the good ole days.
— Novella Wellington (@alicepeeps) July 20, 2013
@SenTedCruz A symbol of what we used to be.The most creative innovative&productive country.We have lost our way but maybe can find it again.
— mooseinabarrel (@mooseinabarrel) July 20, 2013
Washington, we have a problem.
@SenTedCruz As a 12 yr. old on that day, I learned what it was to be proud of my country. What happened to that country I loved back them?
— R Owens (@rowens7755) July 20, 2013