Eric Cantor: President's Latest Health Care Bill Is a Non-Starter (Video)
“The president’s bill doesn’t bring down health care costs for anyone in the country.”
House Minority Whip Eric Cantor says the latest version of Obamacare is a “non-starter.”
Cantor is very good with the media. He always comes across calm and confident even with horribly biased reporters.
Good Morning America reported:
House Minority Whip Eric Cantor today expressed little hope for bipartisan agreement on a health care bill when Republicans and Democrats meet Thursday in a joint summit called by President Obama.
The Republican representative from Virginia rejected the bill released by the White House Monday, which proposed fixes to the Senate health care bill passed Christmas Eve and retained many of the same measures.
“This bill is a non-starter,” Cantor said on “Good Morning America” today. “The American people right now are the losers in all of this because the signals coming out of the White House don’t bode well for positive health care reform.”
“The president insists on bringing back a bill that the American people have resoundingly rejected,” he said.
The White House challenged the GOP this morning to offer a single health care proposal and post its legislation.
In response, the White House challenged the GOP to post its legislation…
The GOP’s legislation has been available at healthcare.gop.gov for months.