ollowing in the footsteps of Barack Hussein Obama, Junior, the junior one-term member of Congress has effectually vacated his seat and deprived the people of his state their equal suffrage in the United States Senate. But that's all right. He left RINO Establishmentardian John Cornyn back in D.C. to take good care of them while he's out campaigning for a more personally rewarding office.
At least Robert Dole, unlike Lawyer Barack Hussein Obama, Junior and Lawyer Rafael Edward Cruz, did the honorable thing. He resigned so he would have "nowhere to go but the White House or home." He wouldn't be able to fall back into his old position after neglecting the duties of it if he lost.
But that's a long time ago. Today, one-term junior Congress members such as Lawyer Hussein and Lawyer Rafael are far more skillful at being both a fully-serving representative and a full-time presidential campaigner than some thrice-decorated Combat Veteran, five-term Senior Senator and twice-chosen Senate Majority Leader could way back then.
In any case, Lawyer Cruz won't be able to say this time what he said about his failure to properly disclose all his financial connections and loans. His abandoning his Senate seat is not "inadvertent." But that's one vacancy our nation really can't afford.
Without him there to stand athwart recent Senate history, "yelling Stop, at a time when no other is inclined to do so, or to have much patience with those who so urge it," ØbameinFührer is going to spend these waning months of his fascistration finishing "fundamentally transforming the United States of America" so that when the next president is sworn in, everybody will be asking, "What difference, at this point, does it make?"
Most especially now, we need Lawyer Cruz's feet planted firmly on the Senate floor, not running around trying to convince people they should be the next pair allowed to leave scuff marks on the Resolute desk.