By Tom Gantert | Michigan Capitol Confidential
For some Michigan tea party members, the only way to stop Obamacare after the Supreme Court said it was constitutional is to remove the “Obama” part.
“The most immediate and obvious step is to elect the right people,” said Ray Hamman of the Independent Tea Party Patriots in Clarkston. “We must elect a majority in both houses of Congress that are committed to repealing this law in its entirety. … The election is now more important than ever.”
Ed Tomaszewski, a tea party activist from Clinton Township, said he thinks the Supreme Court decision will “rekindle” the movement.
“I think it will carry a lot of weight with the fact that the only resolution to the health care issue is to either have the president or Congress and take action against it,” Tomaszewski said. “I think it will rekindle the fire in the tea party without a doubt.”
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