Majority Leader Cantor: The American People Want Results, Not Politics
February 5, 2013
Question: "For the average American trying to figure out where the Republican Party is headed now after the election, who should the public be listening to? Who really speaks for the Republican Party at this point?"
Majority Leader Cantor: "I would differ a little bit. The average American is not thinking about and trying to wonder about where the Republican Party is. They are thinking about how to make their life work, which is exactly what we are talking about here today.
"Joseph Kelley doesn't care about where the Republican Party is going. He cares about taking care of his kids. Fiona Zhou? She doesn't care about where the Republican Party is. She cares about having the ability to stay in this country to help all Americans-- Republican, or Democrat, or Independent-- have a better life. I can assure you Katie Schools and her mom don't care about what Republicans are advocating here -- they want to see results.
"The point of my talk today is to say that we Republicans in the House are dedicated to those ends."