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Ted Cruz, Don't Ask The Question If You Don't Want To Know The Answer

Ted Cruz is running an Obamacare poll on his Facebook page, but the responses may not be what he hoped for...
Ted Cruz, Don't Ask The Question If You Don't Want To Know The Answer

Ted Cruz thought he could rile up his followers on Facebook by posting the following "straw poll":

Quick poll: Obamacare was signed into law four years ago yesterday. Are you better off now than you were then?

Comment with YES or NO!

Unfortunately, for the tea party senator, the responses were probably not what he had hoped. A small sample:
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And they keep going in the same vein. Add yours if you've a mind to. Help Cruz regret his social media outreach even more.

You know what they say: If you don't want to hear the answer, don't ask the question.

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