Tea Party fights for little guys against Obamacare

2013-11-03T00:00:00Z Tea Party fights for little guys against Obamacare nwitimes.com
November 03, 2013 12:00 am

Why wouldn't Democrat Sen. Joe Donnelly fight to delay the disastrous financial burden of Obamacare for ordinary Hoosiers? After all, the president granted a one-year delay to his big business buddies.

Donnelly and the Democrats fear the wrath of Obama who, as always, refused to compromise. So how can Democrats brag about defending the middle class when they support the Obamacare waiver for corporations but refuse to fight for us, the little guys?

Still, the liberal media continue to twist the facts and blame Obama's shutdown on Republican Sen. Ted Cruz, who had the courage to stand up to Emperor Obama and the corrupt D.C. establishment by honoring his promise to his constituents -- to fight for the little guys against Obamacare.

Clearly, Cruz and the Tea Party Republicans are America's only defense against total government control of our lives.

- Jim Sheehan, Hammond

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