Cantor the saboteur

For years Democrats from Obama on down have largely refrained from accusing Republicans, out loud and unambiguously, of blocking legislation meant to get the economy — the real economy, the one that involves job creation — up and running again. Don’t bet on it, but maybe some Congressional Dems have finally realized they don’t impress unemployed or underemployed voters by reaching across the aisle to saboteurs:

If economic growth continues to slow ahead of the election, Democrats’ pitch to voters may have to sharpen as the party’s odds of victory in the presidential and congressional elections would likely worsen.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) floated one possible trial balloon Tuesday afternoon when he accused House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) of deliberately sabotaging the economy for partisan gain.

“You have heard, as I’ve heard, that there’s a battle going on between Cantor and [House Speaker John] Boehner as to whether or not there should be a [highway] bill,” Reid told reporters. “Cantor, of course — I’m told by others that he wants to not do a bill to make the economy worse, because he feels that’s better for them. I hope that’s not true…”

2 thoughts on “Cantor the saboteur

  1. Speaking of Zionist saboteurs. Hillary Clinto is an ass. Why does she keep fanning the flames of war in the Middle East? Especially the sectarian war in Syria? Oh, wait….Hillary is a warmongering, neo-con (Zionist) clown is why.

  2. Is Cantor a Zionist, or merely a Jew?
    And if he truly is a Zionist, WTF does that have to do with the topic of hampering job growth in the US?

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