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Topic - Cruz
So with ukuleles and Autoharps, and cheers and groans, Americans usher Obamacare onto the public stage, knowing - with hope, with disgust, with fear, with acceptance — that the thing is here to stay, in the way all government programs, once enacted, hang around like a deadbeat brother-in-law: chain-smoking, impossible to get rid of.
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Agunfighter always shoots at the man he fears most. So the guns of the left have been aimed at Ted Cruz, the charismatic senator from Texas who's looking at the Republican presidential nomination in 2016.
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Canadian law confers Canadian citizenship on him, too, but Mr. Cruz said he would renounce his dual citizenship lest there be questions about divided loyalty.