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Ahead of Obama Speech Cantor Hopeful But Focused

As we wait for President Obama to call for $300 billion additional tax payer dollars tonight in his jobs speech, House Leader Eric Cantor is hoping Obama is willing to work with Congress to stimulute job growth rather than playing the blame game, saying disagreement does not make republicans unpatriotic.

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"We have demonstrated as a new majority that we are interested in cutting spending."


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