House Majority Leader Eric Cantor told Bill Hemmer on America’s Newsroom today,

“If the president is serious about joining us and fixing the problem he ought to be putting Obamacare on the table. There is no question in my mind. That is the largest expansion of government programs that we’ve seen.”

Don’t count on it.




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  1. And Cantor and Boehner will cave at the first chance afforded to them.

    Moreover, we’ll be told that their deal with the Democrats to cut the deficit in half by the year 25446734743262342 is a GOOD THING!

  2. Both Cantor and Boehner are fools. They’ve been played for fools for so long now that they actually believe that they’re brilliant politicians.

  3. There’s no way Obama is going to put that on the table after all the lengths he went through to shove it down our throats.

  4. Six month shutdown will see who blinks first. Meanwhile we will have these toads off our backs.

  5. The only parts of Obamacare that are ‘on the table’, will be those that address the failure of forcing states to implement the exchanges and expand state spending on medicaid.

    In other words, if it expands federal power to the detriment of the state, or the people, then the democrats will want to enhance that iron boot to silence freedom.

  6. Cantor, call pilosi about changing parties…oh, wait

  7. Then put it on the table and keep it on but then the GOP are gutless wonders without courage and love of country which is why the GOP turnout was so low in the election. What contemptible traitors Cantor and the GOP are…

  8. That will never happen because the fuerer has an ego bigger than the entire world and that would mean defeat…something he doesn’t know how to spell….ozero’s only goal has been the destruction of this country and he will no waiver from the set course

  9. I’ve decided Eric Cantor is an idiot.

  10. Economan commented:
    There’s no way Obama is going to put that on the table after all the lengths he went through to shove it down our throats.

    Agreed, he won’t put it on the table … it’s his signature piece of legislation.

    Whatever happened to the idea of breaking it off in his a** if he shoved it down our throats? That worked out real well, didn’t it.

  11. ++

    re: #13 November 26, 2012 at 3:51 pm bg

    ht BPCA = BCPA

    Now add this,

    “Many of those who refuse, or are unable, to prove they
    are citizens, will receive free insurance paid for by those
    who are forced to buy insurance because they are citizens.”


  12. Cantor is my Rep. and if a slug would only primary him, I’d pound the streets to get the slug elected. I laugh when I read some saying that Cantor should be the next speaker, because those saying that have no clue of how identical Cantor is to Boehner, and in some cases even worse if that’s possible.

    Not long after Obamacare was passed, Cantor told a college audience that the Republicans didn’t want to get rid of all of Obamacare, only portions of it. He also though Cash for Clunkers was the greatest program on earth and pushed it hard.

  13. Why ex-democrats will never make decent Republicans. Even Carville admits that he never worries when they stray from the herd because they always return. they can’t help themselves, so think they have no other choice.
    A couple of self admitted Clinton voters here fit his description perfectly.

    James Carville Says 80% Of Democrats Are Politically Clueless

  14. Cantor & Ought = NOT

    Who is he trying to fool?


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