You are in a foxhole fighting to save our constitutional Republic
and the last thing you need is a Republican bayonet in your back.
But that's what liberal John Cornyn has been doing to you every day.
And we have less than 90 days to stop him.
I'm conservative Congressman Steve Stockman, and I am running for United States Senate against liberal John Cornyn.
I am honored to be called the most fearless conservative in Congress, and proud of my perfect 100% lifetime conservative rating. I am leading the fight for our values.
But John Cornyn wakes up every morning and works to make the Senate a more liberal place.
Liberal John Cornyn betrayed Ted Cruz by abandoning Republicans during the Obamacare filibuster.
Liberal John Cornyn betrayed Ted Cruz, and you, by voting to fund Obamacare.
On the first day of school in September, three access lanes leading from Fort Lee, N.J., streets to the George Washington Bridge were unexpectedly and mysteriously shut down. Cars backed up, the town turned into a parking lot, half-hour bridge commutes stretched into four hours, buses and children were late for school, and emergency workers could not respond quickly to the day's events, which included a missing toddler, a cardiac arrest and a car driving into a building. On Friday, the man who ordered the closings -- a high school friend of Gov. Chris Christie (R) appointed at the Port Authority -- resigned, saying the issue had become "a distraction." Testifying under subpoena in Trenton on Monday, bridge workers described Christie's associates' ordering the closings, and called the different maneuvers "unprecedented," "odd" and "wrong." read more
But for all those problems, people are enrolling. More than 243,000 have signed up for private coverage through the exchanges, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation, and more than 567,000 have been determined eligible for Medicaid since the exchanges opened on Oct. 1. For many, particularly people with existing medical conditions like Mr. Acosta, the coverage is proving less expensive than what they had. Many others are getting health insurance for the first time in years, giving them alternatives to seeking care through free clinics or emergency rooms -- or putting it off indefinitely.
There's been no shortage of television commercials critical of the federal health-care law this year. In fact, various political organizations and campaigns have put more than $9.7 million has been toward criticizing the law over the airwaves in 2013, according to one tally. The vast majority of the spending (nearly $9.4 million) has been directed at areas where between 15 and 30 percent of the population is uninsured. It's all according to a useful interactive map of all the spending from Kantar Media Intelligence/CMAG designed by Harley Ellenberger.