I Endorse

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March 22, 2015 10:50 a.m.

All disagreements, I can honestly say that no one is happier than I am to see my one-time college classmate (one year off, but who’s counting) Ted Cruz announce his run for the presidency. One point stuck out for me. As we know, the FEC has created a formal “testing the waters” phase of a presidential run in which the candidate creates a so-called exploratory committee. Admittedly, this is often a nominal effort. But the notional purpose is to create a period of investigation, self-reflection and canvassing for support to see if I, fill-in-the-blank, should really seek the highest office in the land.

In an act of daring act of characterological appropriateness, Cruz has decided this is simply unnecessary. Of course he should run for president. What is there to find out? (I’m not sure any major candidate has ever done this before; though it seems others may follow.)

This will be awesome.

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