Ted Cruz Wants You to Visit Ted Cruz dot Org. Here’s What Happens When You Visit Ted Cruz dot Com.

The third GOP presidential debate is happening right now on CNBC, live from Boulder, Colorado (and we’re live-blogging it here). Ted Cruz just told viewers to check out his flat tax plan—don’t forget your dancing shoes!—at TedCruz.org. Why not dot com, you may have wondered? Well, here’s what happens when you visit TedCruz.com:

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