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Posts Tagged ‘Eric Cantor’

Weiner Trying to Get Back to Work One More Time

Photo: AP

New York Rep. Anthony Weiner is once again asserting that Weinergate was a prank and it’s time for him “to get back to work doing the job that I’m paid to do.”

However, Republican Majority Leader Eric Cantor might not be so quick to let that happen. “Again, perhaps he’s trying, but I know there’s a lot of explaining going on but without a lot of clarity,” Rep. Cantor (VA) is quoted saying on Fox and Friends.

This situation has consumed too much of our time this week and we need closure. But as soon as that picture went public with Rep. Weiner’s name attached to it, the poor Congressman was doomed to suffer through a crisis situation.

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Republicans, Tea Party Respond to Election Outcome

President Obama issued his response to the Tuesday’s election outcome via press conference yesterday. Today, various Republicans voiced their response.

Sarah Palin e-mailed a minute-long video to her supporters that features a voice-over from one of her stump speeches and images of the candidates she supported (without distinguishing between which ones actually won or lost ). The video, also available on YouTube, is posted above.

“We’re going to stand up and we’re going to speak out and it may take some renegades going rogue to get us there,” she says in the video to a round of applause.

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, speaking this morning at the Heritage Foundation, focused on efforts to repeal the health care law, admitting that it will take some time.

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