This year, the Missouri presidential primary matters, and Missourians are getting the chance to take a good look at the candidates. To us at The Missouri Times, there are two candidates that are best suited to lead their parties into the general election: Senator Ted Cruz and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
The person best suited to lead the next generation of Americans into the monumental task of fixing the failures of the previous generation is U. S. Senator Ted Cruz. He is the candidate who can build upon the energy and new voters that Donald Trump has brought to the party and unite them with the evangelicals to win a race over a third term of President Obama.
We find it appealing, just as a good House Speaker and Senate Pro Tem rarely get along, and we think it’s advantageous to the country that his U.S. Senate colleagues aren’t big fans of his. A good tension between branches of government isn’t the worst thing.
Perhaps most importantly, Senator Cruz is the most qualified candidate to select the next Supreme Court justice, and avoid another cataclysmic failure like Chief Justice Roberts.
Lastly, one of the early architects of the state’s dominant Republican Party, Jeff Roe, is running the Cruz campaign. It would be, as Trump says, “yuuuge” to have a Missourian that close to the President of the United States.
Cruz is the best choice to unite the Republican Party, pick the successor to Scalia, and bring us together to begin to fix the mistakes of the last generation.
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