http://nymag.com/news/politics/eric-cantor-2011-10/The House majority leader is trying to stop the U.S. government in its tracks. And so far, he’s doing a pretty effective job.
On a stormy evening in early September, a couple of hours before Barack Obama would present his new jobs plan to a joint session of Congress, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor was huddled in his Capitol office with a handful of aides, kicking around a question: Why does the president seem to hate him so much?
Of course, the most compelling explanation for the president’s animus toward the House majority leader is also the simplest: No one in Washington has done more to disrupt Obama’s first term—and threaten his chance at a second—than Cantor. The two men have clashed from the start. It was only three days after Obama’s inauguration that Cantor came to a White House meeting on the economic crisis and proceeded to hand out copies of the Republican plan to fix it—which Obama quickly dismissed. “Elections have consequences,” the president reportedly told Cantor, “and, Eric, I won.”
he wont win the second election. the economy stll suxs and we are stll in a war
Looking at who he could be up against, if he doesn't win a second term, we will all be in trouble!
hillary clinton recently got some plastic, she has a better chance now :-)
admin911 wrote:he wont win the second election. the economy stll suxs and we are stll in a war
So how does Obama convince the GOP to help him? Problem lies in congress, without a supportive congress Obama can do nothing. The GOP sure don't give a dam about your or your job.
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