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Ted Cruz, who is the first Republican to announce for the country's highest office, stated as one of his initial political goals was to totally, in every last detail, eradicate the vile law known as ObamaCare. (Like Republicans haven't tried this before) Today I heard that since he has started his campaign, and his wife and kids will be with him for most of the campaign, she had to take a leave of absence from her job and thus has no health insurance. So what did she do about that? She got on one of the exchanges and opted for one of the plans. Do you think Ted will be taking the insurance away from her, or at least saying that if he is President, he will take it away from millions? No way. I heard him on TV saying that having the insurance available was one of the good things about ObamaCare. So which is it Ted, keep ObamaCare or do away with ObamaCare? The Republicans never even offered one hint of an attempt to work with the President, as Barack suggested they do, to create some modifications to this plan. No plan can be perfect initially, but it cannot be improved if the parties are not making an effort to do so. And what/where is the Republican replacement product? Again, nothing has been offered that didn't begin with eliminating ObamaCare as the first step.