Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) came out swinging after President Barack Obama wholeheartedly endorsed "net neutrality" — which posits that internet companies should not be allowed to speed or slow down their services for certain users. '"Net Neutrality' is Obamacare for the Internet; the Internet should not operate at the speed of government," Cruz wrote on Twitter. - Business Insider
After an offhand remark in which President Obama said he "likes sprinkles," Senator Cruz went on the warpath, sending out an email blast to party loyalists that "sprinkles are Obamacare for donuts." "Barrack wants to cover our nation's pastries with sprinkles the way he wants to cover our economy with taxes and regulation. I don't know how Muslims eat them, but the Bible says Jesus ate his donuts sugar glazed. Or sometimes chocolate."
Senator Cruz attacked President Obama for endorsing warm puppies. "When you get right down to it," Cruz wrote across the sky in his personal biplane, "Puppies are just Obamacare for cats. The only good puppy is a cold dead one. Same thing for intrusive nanny-state governments."
After Obama said Americans should not be denied insurance because of previous medical conditions and should be entitled to a minimum of medical care, Ted Cruz appeared on Fox News to declare, "This is just Obamacare for medicine." After being reminded this actually was Obamacare, Cruz said, "See? You just made my point for me."