CRITICS SAY CANTOR IS TOO BIPARTISAN:
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor is taking fire from the right for working across the aisle too often. Recently, he has been heavily involved in passing legislation on jobs, banning insider trading in Congress and reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank. We think other lawmakers could learn from Cantor's definition of bipartisanship: setting aside differences and finding areas of agreement. Molly K. Hooper for The Hill: Conservatives grumble at GOP leader Cantor's bipartisan legislative efforts
It used to be Democrats were the party that wanted big change in government -- and Republicans defended the status quo. Those roles have shifted, Todd Purdum writes, so today Democrats defend the status quo and Republicans want big changes: Todd S. Purdum for Vanity Fair: The Big Flip
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