“There are some very angry people upset with the status quo, and Eric became part of that,” said former Representative Thomas M. Davis III, a Virginia Republican. “He was the only conduit they have to express their anger right now. And when Eric Cantor, a conservative and member of the leadership, is too moderate, it sends a chilling effect to other Republicans and makes it that much harder to cross over and work together.”
Excuse me, shithead, but maybe one of the reasons you are a former Representative (and so, now, is Cantor) is that you just can’t wrap your pea-sized brain around the idea that we conservatives aren’t looking for a leadership whose highest priority is working with the goddamned Democrats.
We want people who will battle them to a halt, and then start pushing them back. You know, what you gutless pussies have been letting the left do to us ever since Reagan.