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Classic parody, Texas-style, is taking place on the airwaves Saturday as Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, unveils a Christmas-themed infomercial. The ad will air in several Iowa markets during Saturday Night Live.

“In the spirit of the upcoming holiday, we are excited to bring a Cruz family Christmas into the homes of SNL viewers in Iowa,” said Cruz campaign spokeswoman Catherine Frazier. “Ted is a long time fan of SNL, so the chance to film his own SNL-style commercial was an opportunity we couldn’t pass up!”

After a narrator opens the ad, Cruz starts reading.

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‘Twas the night before the shutdown and all through the House, not a bill was stirring, not even to fund a mouse,”

The narrator then promotes “a festive collection of timeless Christmas classics, read by the trusted conservative leader, Ted Cruz. Favorites such as: ‘How Obamacare Stole Christmas’ and ‘Rudolph the Underemployed Reindeer.’”

“All of the other reindeer couldn’t afford to hire Rudolph,” Cruz reads.

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“Act now, and you’ll get a leader who does exactly what he says he’s going to do,” the narrator then interjects. “In this case, read festive stories like: ‘Frosty the Speaker of the House.’”

“Look! The speaker is melting before Congress!” Cruz says.

The narrator then promotes “the Lois Lerner masterpiece, ‘Auditing St. Nick.’”

“I will audit him here or there, I will audit him anywhere,” Cruz reads.

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“The whole family will enjoy reading stories like, ‘The Grinch Who Lost Her Emails,’” the narrator intones.

Cruz’s daughter Catherine gets to read what comes next: “‘I know just what I’ll do,’ she said with a snicker. ‘I’ll use my own server, and no one will be the wiser!’”

The ad sums it all up with a message from the narrator.

“If you are not completely satisfied with this collection of ‘Cruz Christmas Classics,’ you probably hate Christmas and America.”

h/t: TheBlaze

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