Congressman Eric Cantor (R-VA) backed off from earlier criticism of the Occupy movement during an appearance on Fox News Sunday.
And Cantor blew us away with his claim on that Republicans should now focus on reducing "income disparities" in America.
Cantor's assertion makes it clear he believes it is government's role to channel how an individual (or any private entity) uses the resources that are its own.
Put Mitt Romney on the presidential ballot, with guys like Cantor backing him up, and I'm not so sure having the GOP in charge beats having an Obama second term. Not by much anyway.
Either way, the American cookie is about to crumble. Might as well have the Democrats in place to take the blame if we're not going to get a Republican team that's dedicated to restoration of conservative principles in government.
Too many people are still putting false hope in the Republican brand when Republicans repeatedly show they're more interested in opinion polls and being popular than they are a national restoration rooted in the Constitution.
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