By George F. Will
Investor's Business Daily
June 16, 2011
DALLAS — For a conservative Texan seeking national office, it could hardly get better than this:
In a recent 48-hour span, Ted Cruz, a candidate for next year's Republican Senate nomination for the seat being vacated by Republican Kay Bailey Hutchison, was endorsed by the Club for Growth PAC, FreedomWorks PAC, talk radio host Mark Levin and Erick Erickson of RedState.com.
And Cruz's most conservative potential rival for the nomination decided to seek a House seat instead.
For conservatives seeking reinforcement for Washington's too-limited number of limited-government constitutionalists, it can hardly get better than this: