Cruz talks Obamacare on Fox News Sunday - Republicans send Chris Wallace opposition research

GOP apparently determined to destroy anyone willing to fight. 

This morning, Senator Ted Cruz appeared on Fox News Sunday to discuss strategy in the fight to defund Obamacare. As usual, he did an excellent job of outlining the fight.  

Later in the show, during the panel discussion, Chris Wallace made a sobering announcement. When they learned of the impending conversation with Cruz, Republicans - not Democrats - began bombarding the host with reams of what Wallace called "unsolicited opposition research." So, not only are the standard GOP forces unwilling to engage in the Obamacare fight, they're actively trying to derail it by sending impromptu anti-Cruz talking points to members of the media.

That is simply unbelievable. So much for Cruz's vision of "party unity."

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IT SEEMS PAUL REVERS RIDE DOSENT MEAN A THING TO OUR CONGRESSMEN AN WOMEN STRANGE

GO FOR IT CRUZ

the GOP is no different than the Democrats. Vote independent.

Was the material verified as coming from the GOP or someone trolling or posing as the GOP rep.?

I am with Ted Cruz, and thank God for a man that is standing against the Scorpion care

All of you who are with Ted Cruz should contact him by phone or email and express your support and thanks for his standing up for Conservative Values in a lawless Washington, D.C.  I will be contacting him, Mike Lee and Rand Paul today.  I will also be contacting Mitch McConnell and several other so-called "Republican" senators who are trying to pass OBAMACARE over the wishes of the American People, but for a very different reason.

We need about a hundred more like him in the congress an senate.

I am with you on that my friend

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