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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Dan Holler
Some of the fiercest primary battles this midterm season are on the Republican side — which may be bad news for Democrats.
A top conservative group on Monday launched a nationwide tour and a half-million-dollar ad campaign to whip up support for defunding Obamacare as a prerequisite for a deal on federal spending next month, a last-ditch effort to roll back the health care law before its principal features take effect.
There is no pressure," said Dan Holler, a spokesman for Heritage Action.
"There's a lot more diversity of opinion within the Republican Party than the Democratic Party," Mr. Holler said. "Is it going to be a party that's just slightly different from the Democratic Party or a party that actually tries to do what they promise to, which is limit size and scope of government?"