I think it would have been better to chip away at the law bit by bit by disassembling it. Get rid of the individual mandate part or the part where subsidies are provided based on an "honor system" which is a joke or the employer mandate, and pretty much everyone is jumpy over it's enforcement by the IRS. Take the flipping thing apart little by little until it collapses. >That< I think has/had a better chance of getting some traction than this "last ditch" effort by Ted Cruz.<quoted text>Just who are the big leagues Lyndi, McCain, Pelosi, Reid, and all the others that have been at this so long that they are just embalmed? They walk and they talk but they don't think and they sure don't care what happens to the american people. If Obama with his total lack of experience was in the least bit consistent he might be a success today. But he's not only inexperienced he's selfish and somewhat crooked.
I don't know for sure what I think of Cruz yet , but he is using a legal, last ditch effort to get rid of that abominable healthcare law.
I'm not ever opposed to fighting for a lost cause except when I don't have a plausible workable plan that has a prayer of succeeding.