Friday, October 18, 2013

'One Might Even Call It A Lie'

That's George Zornick at The Nation, in his article, "Nothing Ted Cruz Said About the ACA Today is True," describing one of many, many "wildly, wildly overstat[ed]" arguments made by Sen. Ted Cruz about ObamaCare. And there are a lot of them.

Cruz is the worst example of the lawyer stereotype, and gives a by-and-large honorable profession a black eye. Of course he does it for the publicity, gearing up for a possible presidential run in 2016. I did not think it was possible for Republicans to contemplate someone for the presidency who was morally inferior to George W. Bush, but I was wrong. At what point will the American people say "enough" and relegate the GOP to history's dumpster?

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