Eric Cantor Supports High Speed Rail

by Ben Hoffman

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, who led the GOP’s debt reduction efforts this summer and bashed stimulus spending, sought money for the stimulus in private letters for projects like high-speed rail.

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9 Comments to “Eric Cantor Supports High Speed Rail”

  1. Mr. Hoffman,

    You live in Colorado, right ? So what happened with the defeat of Prop 103 ?

  2. Mr. Hoffman,

    I assume you voted for Prop 103 ?

    • I did. An educated populous is good for our country. You right-wingers hate our country, hate education for the masses, hate the environment, hate a government controlled by the people…

  3. Mr. Hoffman ,

    Maybe I need to be reeducated, like in a camp in Vietnam . Maybe the proper word is Rehabilitated . You left-wingers have a strong reputation doing that . 🙂 Is there an Occupy Colorado ? How comes Occupy Colorado could not persuade the citizens to pass Prop 103 ? I guess it must be really cold at night in those tents ? Something tells me you sleep warm and toasty in your own house and ain’t out there on the front line .

  4. Mr. Hoffman ,

    Good answer . But I’m getting worried about your Occupy DC brothers . There was an article in the Washington Post about a motorist who hit 3 of them . He was not charged because apparently the Occupiers ran into his car with their bodies . You know we have that same problem in Pennsylvania with whitetail deer .

    • No, the driver was charged. He drove up onto the sidewalk and hit two protesters, got out and jumped on their heads, then drove off and ran into a 73 y/o woman crossing the street in a wheel chair. He has been charged with vehicular assault.

      It’s fun to make stuff up. 🙂

  5. “It’s fun to make stuff up.” – Haha.

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