Washington (CNN) – The head of one of the best known national Tea Party groups predicts that a potential White House bid by Mitt Romney could face pushback from Tea Party activists because of the health care plan implemented in Massachusetts during Romney’s term as the state’s governor.
Tea Party Express chairwoman Amy Kremer, asked during an interview by David Brody on CBN’s “The Brody File” if the Massachusetts health care situation will fly with Tea Party activists, responded by saying “Absolutely not. You can’t get away from that.”
“These people don’t have short memories. They’re digging up everything from the past and they’re not going to let go of the health care,” added Kremer.