Children’s Coloring Book Features Ted Cruz, Says ‘Obamacare Is Worse Than Any War’

Missouri-based publisher Really Big Coloring Books releases a Ted Cruz coloring book just in time for the holidays.


Really Big Coloring Books Publisher Wayne Bell holding up the Ted Cruz coloring book


Here’s an interesting holiday-gift idea: a children’s coloring book inspired by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and his policies.

Missouri publisher Really Big Coloring Books describes the U.S. Senator "Ted" Cruz to the Future "comic coloring activity book" as "a non-partisan, fact-driven view of how Texas Sen. Rafael Edward ‘Ted’ Cruz became a U.S. senator and details, through his quotes and public information his ideas for what he believes will help America grow."

According to the Raw Story, the book touts Cruz’s support of the Second Amendment and contrasts him with President Obama, who has a "consistent disregard" for constitutional rights. The book also invites kids to color the Ten Commandments.

In addition, the book alludes to Cruz’s famous 21-hour filibuster, during which he stated that "millions of citizens believe Obamacare is worse than any war."

This isn't the first time Really Big Coloring Books has gained attention with its interestingly themed books, the Raw Story reports. The publisher released a 9/11 coloring book shortly before the 10th anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon and was accused of being inappropriate and Islamophobic.

Read more at the Raw Story.

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