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Bette Midler accuses Ted Cruz of not being a real Christian, beclowns herself in the process
Posted at 1:42 pm on September 25, 2013 by Twitchy Staff

Bette Midler        ✔ @BetteMidler

Some Christians ain't Christian.
11:27 AM - 25 Sep 2013

And some people ain’t thinkin’ before they tweet.

Midler’s “some Christians ain’t Christian” gem came immediately after she accused Sen. Cruz of hypocrisy for having taxpayer-subsidized health care:

Bette Midler        ✔ @BetteMidler

.@tedcruz do your kids know that you voted for healthcare for life for yourself while denying it to others?
11:26 AM - 25 Sep 2013

Just one problem: he doesn’t. As Sen. Cruz informed Sen. Durbin earlier today, while he is eligible for the congressional health care program, he is not enrolled:

Deirdre Walsh        ✔ @deirdrewalshcnn

After animated back & forth w/Durbin, Sen Cruz says he's eligible for govt subsidized healthcare policy but not currently covered by it
10:24 AM - 25 Sep 2013

Paula Bolyard @pbolyard

CHECK. MATE.. Cruz to Durbin: "I'm eligible for [gov't healthcare] but I'm not covered by it." Dems won't get that soundbite. #MakeDCListen
10:24 AM - 25 Sep 2013

Chef Riggy @chef_riggy

.@DavidLimbaugh Durbin stepped in it LOL! Bragged abt 1st class healthcare, asked Cruz if he had it; Cruz answ: eligible but not covered! HA
10:26 AM - 25 Sep 2013

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And she IS a Christian?
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