Ted Cruz put people in the uncomfortable position of siding with Donald Trump when, at Thursday's Republican debate, he attacked Trump by attacking New Yorkers. In an attempt to undermine his opponent's conservative credentials, Cruz said that Trump couldn't be the Republican nominee because he embodies "New York values," which "are socially liberal, are pro-abortion, are pro-gay marriage, are focused on money." This has to be the lamest euphemism for "nonwhite, non-heterosexual, non-Christian" yet.

Trump fired back by saying that there are in fact conservatives in Manhattan. Unsurprisingly, he also invoked 9/11. He then called out Cruz's comment as offensive, and smart people were surprised to find themselves agreeing with him.