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04/19/2007


Watch: GOP Rep. Eric Cantor Accuses Dems of Fanning Flames of Violence by Discussing It

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GOP Rep. Eric Cantor, in a press conference this morning, accused Democrats, who have received the majority of hate threats over the health care bill, of fanning the flames by publicly discussing the violence and threats that have been directed at them.

"It is reckless to use these incidents as media vehicles for political gain."

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Towleroad Guide to the Tube #534: Right-Wing Health Care Reactions

FOX NEWS: The drunk teabagger reactions.

BARNEY FRANK: Talks to Rachel Maddow about the speech and right-wing attacks.

BILL O'REILLY: O'Reilly and Karl Rove attack the President.

SEAN HANNITY: He and Rep. Eric Cantor are very upset.



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Romney and Cantor on Same-Sex Marriage: Bosom Buddies

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On John King's State of the Union today, Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and Congressman Eric Cantor demonstrated that they're still clinging to the religious right-wing base on marriage views, while the rest of the nation moves forward.

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Rep. Eric Cantor: GOP Needs to Be Inclusive on Gay Rights

On This Week, George Stephanoploulos asked Virginia Congressman Eric Cantor, the House Minority Whip, if he agrees with some fellow Republicans, like Utah Governor Jon Huntsman, Jr., that the party needs to rethink its approach and broaden its base by moderating its policies and reaching out to groups it has excluded in the past.

Cantor Asked Stephanopoulos: "Are you prepared to [move to the middle on positions like gay rights] in the House?

Said Cantor: "There is no question the Republican Party has to return to be one of inclusion, not exclusion. And we are a party with many ideas. And we have in that a commitment to make sure that we have positive alternatives, if we don't agree with this administration, or the House Democrats, and to continue to put those ideas forward and again the problems facing this country...are not just Republican or Democrat problems. They are so big. They are so challenging...Let's come up with solutions that actually produce results for a change, instead of making matters worse, which Washington is famous for."

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