All statements involving Eric Cantor
"Why is President Obama unnecessarily delaying your flight? FAA could cut other spending."
"Over the last 20 years, the world has changed. It used to be that one could make a career out of working for one company. Today, the average worker stays at his or her job for barely four years."
"The National Science Foundation spent $1.2 million paying seniors to play World of Warcraft to study the impact it had on their brain."
"Collectively states are spending more on Medicaid than they do on K-12 education."
Eric Cantor "took $5 million from Sheldon Adelson," a Las Vegas casino owner.
Wayne Powell has a "stated position of having no objection to taking `In God We Trust" off of U.S. currency."
"This year, Eric Cantor has received more money from oil companies than any other member of Congress."
Because of the health care act, "The people who have health care and like it in this county are not going to be able to keep what they have."
President Obama pushed through the stimulus "based on the promise of keeping unemployment under 8 percent."
Small businesses "create 70 percent of the jobs in America."
The U.S. economy "is three times as big as China's."
The jobs bill includes "President Obama's tax on soup kitchens"
"There are no tax increases in this debt limit bill. Period."
"Harry Reid’s plan is basically giving the president a blank check."
The 2009 stimulus bill "failed to get people back to work."
"If you look at the benefits and wages of recorded federal employees, they far outstrip the market rates of the private sector."
Says the United States is "the Saudi Arabia of coal."
There is "a situation in this country where you're nearing 50 percent of people who don't even pay income taxes."
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