Ted Cruz is the – if not the only – Republican candidate for president who is a strict constitutionalist. As wikipedia.org tells, “Cruz served as a law clerk to J. Michael Luttig of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in 1995 and William Rehnquist, Chief Justice of the United States in 1996.” When he left the Court, he went into private practice, where he worked on cases for the NRA. Under President Bush, Cruz was as an associate deputy attorney general in the U.S. Justice Department. In short he’s uniquely qualified to be . . .
a pro-gun Supreme Court justice. But he’s running for President. Which would be better than anything the Democrats could provide, Commander-in-Chief-wise. Obvs. With Donald Trump leading the polls, a man who currently takes a solidly pro-gun stance, but once favored the assault weapons ban, presidential aspirant Cruz must wait and hope The Donald and the rest of the Fudd field falters. Meanwhile, what do you reckon? Cruz for President, Vice President, Attorney General or Supreme Court Justice? Or, in a perfect world, all – except for Veep.