So, Eric Cantor, Senator from VA, has pretty much called Harry Reid a scared scaredy cat, and triple dog dared him to bring the Health Care Repeal to the floor of the Senate for a vote.
“If Harry Reid is so confident that the repeal vote should die in the Senate then he should bring it up for a vote if he’s so confident he’s got the votes,” Cantor said.
Of course, Reid is full of more chicken shit then the floor at a Purdue farm, so I’m betting he won’t allow it. As HotAir’s Ed Morrissey points out:
Reid knows, however, that it’s his Democrats who have alienated the electorate through the passage of ObamaCare — and so does Cantor. In fact, so do a number of Reid’s colleagues in the Senate, 23 of whom have to face voters next year. Some, such as Ben Nelson of Nebraska and Jon Tester of Montana, had hoped to spend the 112th Session casting enough conservative votes to get their constituents to forget the ObamaCare vote in 2010. The last thing many of them need is to be forced to support it again in this session, even with a cloture vote.
Of all the sneaky tactics practiced in Washington D.C., this recent action by Congressman Henry Waxman (D-CA) is one of the most insidious: While no one was looking, he injected amendment language into the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2009 (H.R. 4173) that would expand the powers of the FTC (not the FDA, but the FTC) to terrorize nutritional supplement companies by greatly expanding the power of the FTC to make its own laws that target dietary supplement companies.
Several people filmed the entire episode and could not find any evidence of racist hate.Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. D-IL even filmed the entire episode.He found nothing.
Yesterday, new video was released that confirms the spitting incident was bogus, too.
Check out the article at Gateway Pundit for photos, videos, and links galore.