Giving conservatism a chance

NY Times:
Senator Ted Cruz at a rally this month in Scotia, N.Y. Throughout his Senate career, Republican opponents have moved to cast Mr. Cruz as a master of the ill-considered, whose seemingly reckless pursuits were thought to place him well outside the mainstream.
Nathaniel Brooks for The New York Times
Senator Ted Cruz at a rally this month in Scotia, N.Y. Throughout his Senate career, Republican opponents have moved to cast Mr. Cruz as a master of the ill-considered, whose seemingly reckless pursuits were thought to place him well outside the mainstream.
Mr. Cruz’s policy views over two decades suggest that he would be the most conservative presidential nominee in at least a half-century.
It is time to give conservatism a chance again.  We have seen the failures and the evils of liberalism during the Obama years.  Continuing on that failed journey would be a mistake.

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