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Frank Micciche writes: "What does the tea party have against helping small businesses find affordable health insurance for their employees? Tea party-linked groups have recently spiked legislation in three states that would have authorized federally funded planning to create health insurance exchanges. Activists successfully blocked the efforts of these GOP governors to explore market-based alternatives that would address the stubbornly high ranks of the uninsured in their states. In doing so, they blanketed Republican supporters of this exchange legislation with claims of complicity in the enforcement of 'Obamacare.'"

Jonathan Valdez, 2, holds onto his mother during a visit to the Centro de Salud Familiar La Fe, Inc. health clinic in El Paso, Texas. Texas ranks second-to-last in the nation in the percentage of children without health insurance, 10/14/00. (photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Jonathan Valdez, 2, holds onto his mother during a visit to the Centro de Salud Familiar La Fe, Inc. health clinic in El Paso, Texas. Texas ranks second-to-last in the nation in the percentage of children without health insurance, 10/14/00. (photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

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