A new coloring book depicts U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, as a superhero riding on an eagle while carrying a rifle and wrangling with the “hydra” of Obamacare, illegal immigration and high taxes before strolling onto the White House lawn.
“Ted Cruz Saves America” is an eight page supplement to the best-selling “Ted Cruz to the Future,” published last year by Really Big Coloring Books, Inc., released on Veterans’ Day to correspond with Second Amendment rights, although Cruz has never served, according to a news release.
“The supplement and book are fact based, fair and objective, about a man who millions of American citizens consider a real life true to heart super hero for children to look up to,” Publisher Wayne Bell said in the release . “Ted Cruz is history in the making.”
FROM THE FOLKS who brought you We Shall Never Forget 9/11: The Kids’ Book of Freedom, comes Ted Saves America, a do-it-yourself encomium to likely GOP presidential contender Sen. Ted Cruz. The eight-page supplement is a follow-on to last year’s Ted Cruz to the Future, also published by Really Big Coloring Books, Inc., which featured Cruz surrounded by butterflies shooting finger guns at a (presumably grafted) tree with trunks labeled “U.S. Constitution” and “Ten Commandments.”
In this election-oriented update, the heroic Texas senator battles giant serpents representing the forces of “Obamacare,” “High Taxes,” “Illegal Immigration,” “Injustice,” and “Lawlessness” without even mussing his Reaganesque mini-pompadour. He also soars on the back of an eagle and gives a thumbs-up as he strides confidently across the White House lawn.
“The Ted Cruz to the Future supplement is designed to be used as an educational tool. It does not constitute an endorsement of Ted Cruz,” a disclaimer at the bottom of one page reads. “The coloring book is based on a fair and objective review on this positive role model and real life superhero.”