The next president will have to fix the mess that Barack Obama is going to leave in his wake:
One of the most important tasks of the next president is to undo the damage at the U.S. Department of Justice after the Obama/Holder/Lynch debacle. As J. Christian Adams put it on PJ Media, “Cruz alone has an understanding of both the corrosive and lawless policies of the last seven years as well as the complex task of restoring the rule of law.” Cruz, Adams wrote, “has an outsider’s zeal to reverse Obama’s lawlessness with the insider’s ability to overcome bureaucratic inertia.” Like Adams, I see Cruz as the outsider/insider combination necessary to deal with all the messes — including the intractable federal bureaucracy — facing the 45th President of the U.S.
Of similar importance is that the next president will likely appoint several new U.S. Supreme Court justices. Senator Cruz is known for his strict adherence to the Constitution and the rule of law. There is no question regarding his faithfulness to the Constitution and his knowledge of the firm conservative convictions that are necessary for any nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court. Having authored 80 Supreme Court briefs and argued before the U.S. Supreme Court nine times, and clerked for the Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, he is well-prepared to understand the challenges and pressures Supreme Court justices face. Having more squishy appointments to the U.S. Supreme Court would be disastrous for any and all conservative gains.
Ted Cruz is the one in the current field that will be the best man for the job. He has the right philosophy and a strong will to succeed. He is the one who can restore the rule of law and make America great again.