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Wednesday, February 10th, 2010

Global Warming 2010
Sean took to the airwaves from a winter wonderland this afternoon. Much of the Northeastern Seaboard has been pummeled by merciless winter weather in what Sean sarcastically coined, “Global Warming 2010.” Twenty-five percent of Washington D.C. plows are broken, Philadelphia could receive up to 22 inches of snow and New Jersey is at risk of running out of road salt (thanks, in part, to previous Governor Jon Corzine). “The good news is that Washington D.C. is shut down so they can’t be out raising our taxes today,” Sean joked. The official accumulation for Tuesday in Chicago totaled 12.6 inches of snow; that measurement taken at O'Hare International Airport which set a new daily record snowfall for the month of February {Article from Reuters}.

Obama Bipartisan Health Care Summit
President Obama said Sunday that he plans to convene a half-day bipartisan health care summit at the White House to be televised live this month. The broadcast will allow Americans to watch as Democrats and Republicans attempt to negotiate and reconcile the health care reform bill. Rep. Eric Cantor, House Minority Whip, who joined Sean on the NewsMaker hotline today, raised several questions before he even considering a sit-down meeting with the president. “Unless this president and Pelosi begin to listen to the American people discussions about their health care bill is a non-starter,” Cantor explained. “The public, as do we, reject any type of path to a single payer system in this country. The American people do not want government replacing the health care that they know.” The best way to come to an agreement and to help the American people, Cantor told Sean, is reduce health care costs. “We do need to work together to push [our disagreements] aside and see how we can go about reducing health care costs, and there are a lot of ways we can agree on that.”

Learning From The Past
“It is so important that we learn from and pay attention to the past,” Sean said kicking off the show’s final hour. “We must learn from history…from things that have failed. For example if Medicare is broke why would we trust the government to run health care? If Social Security is broke why would we trust the government to run health care? Or run anything else for that matter?” As conservatives we must tell as many people as will listen Sean encouraged. People are beginning to awaken from the Obama mania trance that they’ve been in and are beginning to realize how bad things are. It has been the town hall meetings and the Tea Party rallies that have contributed to this radical shift in the sentiment in this country. The people that make this country great need to make their voices heard. “This is now the 11th hour,” said Sean, “We have a major election in 9 months. This is going to be one of the most important political events in your lifetime.”

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Eric Cantor

Eric Ivan Cantor (born June 6, 1963) is the Republican representative of Virginia's 7th congressional district. The district includes most of the northern and western sections of Richmond, along with most of Richmond's western suburbs and portions of the Shenandoah Valley. On November 19, 2008, he was unanimously elected Republican Whip for the 111th United States Congress after serving as chief deputy whip for the previous six years. Cantor is currently the only Jewish Republican in the United States Congress.