Cruz, in Iowa, calls for 'grassroots army' to trample ObamaCare

The Texas Senator wowed them at the Ronald Reagan dinner in Des Moines on Friday night. And yesterday, he continued his cautious tour of Iowa, testing the waters for a possible run for president in 2016. The Hill: Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) said Saturday that his 21-hour Senate speech was a long time, but that's almost as long as it takes signing up on the ObamaCare website. He was taking a shot at's technical setbacks, referring to his 21-hour floor speech in which he attacked the law ahead of the government shutdown. Cruz made the comment in his keynote speech at the Defenders of Freedom event in Le Mars, Iowa Saturday afternoon.  "I seem to recall two weeks ago when every newspaper, every political TV station was saying that it is impossible for the president to delay any part of ObamaCare. You guys are nuts," the freshman senator said. "This week, the president and the Democrats are saying 'holy cow, this thing is really not...(Read Full Post)