Rep De La Cruz………Great letter

THANK YOU, Representative Monica De La Cruz.   Not that familiar with you yet but I sure like what you did here!

I think she’s not alone.

As I’ve been saying, I think a lot of ‘up and comers’ in our government are speaking out in various and very GOOD ways.  This is one.

I’m praying for her and those of her ilk…….patriotic, unafraid to tell her truth, and sticking up for her constituency.

Is she perfect? Of course not.  Is she far more perfect than most?  Seems to be.



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8 Responses to Rep De La Cruz………Great letter

  1. bocopro says:

    Adjusting to the customs and practices of Congress can be tricky for sensible individuals. If not watched very closely, this lady could conceivably vote her patriotism instead of her propaganda. Hell, she might even slip and spend some of her OWN money.

    Not to worry, tho. She’ll eventually figure out that doing the right thing is the fastest way to ensure one-and-done status. It’s almost impossible to be a good congresskritter when there are so many other factors to consider.


  2. geeez2014 says:

    BOCOPRO; lots of temptations, etc………..I think this new group of youthful politicians actually DO want things better, actually ARE a big wary of what their constituents would do if they didn’t FIX things…let’s hope you’re wrong this time because that scenario you paint’s been right FAR FAR too many times.

    The list of freshman Republicans that did attend the bipartisan event includes: Sen. Katie Britt of Alabama; Rep. John James of Michigan; Rep. Mark Alford of Missouri; Rep. John Duarte of California; Rep. Tom Kean of New Jersey; Rep. Kevin Kiley of California; Reps. Nick Langworthy and Mike Lawler of New York; Rep. Nathaniel Moran of Texas; Rep. Dale Strong of Alabama, and Rep. Rudy Yakym of Indiana, according to Fox News.


  3. Mustang says:

    Congresswoman De La Cruz’s election to Congress was one of those ceiling-busting moments. I lived in Hidalgo County for many years. I knew of one conservative (Republican) state judge in all that time — appointed by Gov. Bush to fill a vacancy and then failed to achieve election. The Democrat Party was always favored in the RGV because corruption is the primary source of income. Ms. De La Cruz shattered that, and good for her. Looking beyond this conservative woman, we must consider how the people have changed their political views — and how best to achieve them. I don’t know anything about the election — it must have been a doozy of a campaign, but good for her. That said, here’s what I think Biden will do with her letter: oh, never mind. This is a G-rated blog.


  4. I’ve never before heard of her, so I did a little reading up. She seems to be “the real deal”!


  5. geeez2014 says:

    AOW, I think she REALLY is!

    MUSTANG…glad to know all that…. I don’t care WHAT Biden does with her letter, but it sure does show the Libs something…………I LIKE IT 🙂


  6. Baysider says:

    More power to her. And I mean a HIGHER power to her. She has guts. I prayed down that list of freshmen you posted, btw. (Then I saw the name Yak-Um. Well, he spells it Yakym, but it seems like a descriptive name for a politician.)

    Yes, I remember her campaign. A former Democrat and Trump Republican. In her own words: “The Hispanic poverty rate dropped by over 30% between 2010 and 2020. In 2019, Hispanic unemployment hit an all-time low as we led the country in the creation of new small businesses. These are not just statistics. As a single mom and entrepreneur, I saw the American Dream that brought my abuela to this country become my American Reality. Rather than coming to terms with these developments, the Democrats’ rhetoric and policies are increasingly out of touch.

    A flashpoint was when former President Barack Obama pulled his party away from Bill Clinton’s “pro-growth” message that was popular with Latinos, toward a neo-Marxist preoccupation with “income inequality,” by declaring it “the defining challenge of our time.” Obama’s comments drew cheers from campus intellectuals, but it left upwardly mobile Hispanics scratching our heads.”

    Let’s hope we see more!


  7. geeez2014 says:


    And I’m glad you liked my talk today…it wrote itself, of course, mine always do…with a LOT of God winks with the week’s verse and then what my Devotional said 🙂


  8. Baysider says:

    Amazing. I say the same thing about my talks. 🙂 I gave one a few months ago where I had a “subject” but this other one just came up and like it wrote itself.

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