so no I didn't watch it,
Hmmph...the classic low-info response.
The interview with Z. Emanuel (primary ACA architect/apologist), before Cruz, was informative. Kelly took it to him; he's a smart guy and quick with words, but she framed her question re 'did you/Obama KNOW that tens of millions would LOSE their private plans' in a way that Emanuel could only dodge. Made him look, bad...and his assertion that the loss of those plans was "irrelevant" drew Kelly's ire.
When Kelly brought this issue to Cruz, instead of attacking Obama/et al...Cruz's soft-spoken response focused on the tragedy of personal loss for them who are sick and lose their plan...and many their (full time) jobs. The man - unlike Christie's tough guy persona - either feigns compassion or truly is focused on fixing things instead of attacking the opponent. This attitude will be EXACTLY what folks are looking for by the time elections come around...and will be unmatched by any known opponent on the debate stage.
I'm thinking Cruz/Rubio in '16. Such a dynamic and positive combination may well give Conservatives a real shot at the WH. And all of us a shot at getting this nation back on track before it goes down.
The bad part of this scenario is that I truly believe that if Obama sees the total meltdown of the Progressive ideology in the cards...I wouldn't be surprised if he tried to crash the whole system BEFORE Cruz cruises in. His MO has been Cloward-Piven/engineered collapse all along, just like with the current ACA vs. Private dynamic. Lets hope the '14 elections end Obama's power, and relegate him to the dust bin of another failed Marxist/Statist debacle...before we suffer the effects of a collapse. None of us want to go through that; it'll look like the Philippines...a ton of poor and ignorant folk will go away. Me and my wife too, probably.