In a letter to the White House on Monday, the top two House Republicans, Representatives John A. Boehner of Ohio and Eric Cantor of Virginia, said members of their party would be “reluctant to participate” in the meeting with Mr. Obama if the bills passed by the House and the Senate were the starting point. The American people have “soundly rejected” those bills, they said.
Really it’s getting to the point where the Republicans sound less like a political party comprising half of the government (for better or worse… you know my take), and more like a two-year-old who refuses to clean up his room.
Also for my part, I don’t recall “soundly rejecting” anything. I know I live in Texas guys, but really I don’t want to be part of your hateful little club. Next time say something along the lines of the the “The American people, the ones who didn’t loose their jobs last year in the recession and already have decent insurance have soundly rejected the idea of universal health-care (along with other principles of common decency) for their fellow Americans,” it captures your demographic a little better.