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Opinion | Ted Cruz Is Going to the Dogs
Perhaps you remember that many, many years ago, Romney drove to Canada for a family vacation with his Irish setter Seamus on the roof of his car. I mentioned …
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Ted Cruz Is Going to the Dogs
If you were a dog, would you rather belong to the senator from Texas or the one from Utah?
Feb. 19, 2021Credit…Nina Leen/Pix Inc. and The LIFE Picture Collection, via Getty Images
So if you were a dog, would you rather belong to Ted Cruz or Mitt Romney?
Yes, you have to choose.
Perhaps you remember that many, many years ago, Romney drove to Canada for a family vacation with his Irish setter Seamus on the roof of his car. I mentioned this fact when Romney ran for president, mainly to break up the tedium of a very boring campaign.
This week Cruz made headlines when he got caught taking a plane for a family escape to Mexico while Texas was suffering through its stupendous weather crisis.
Michael Hardy, a Texas journalist, the on the empty Cruz house in Houston and discovered the neighborhood had indeed had a power outage. He also saw “a small, white dog looking out the bottom right pane of glass in the senator’s front door.”
Ted had abandoned Snowflake the poodle! OK, that’s a little tough. A security guard parked outside the senator’s house volunteered that he’d been doing some caretaking.
by text as “FREEZING.”
Serious citizens might also want to note that Romney has lately been reborn as the champion of independent thinking. Taking the lead in standing up to Donald Trump during the impeachment crises does tend to overshadow driving with a dog on the roof in 1983.
Cruz, however, stuck with the crazed conspiracy theorists after the election and certifying Joe Biden as president. Romney said Cruz and his fellow Biden denialists would “forever be seen as being complicit in an unprecedented attack against our democracy.”
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