Majority Leader Eric Cantor Wants To Become MINORITY LEADER ASAP
In an interview with BuzzFeed, a top Republican leader says the GOP needs to be "the party of inclusion."
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor Thursday urged his party, and the nation, to guard against intolerance on issues ranging from gay marriage to the role of Muslims in the government, arguing the country's diversity of opinion and acceptance are part of America's basic fabric.
"There can't be some kind of monolithic opinion handed down from the government or a political party. I don't think we're monolithic beings," Cantor, a Virginia Republican, said in an interview with BuzzFeed.
.. When asked if the Republican Party specifically needs to do a better job of accepting opinions on gay marriage and other cultural issues that do not align with party orthodoxy, Cantor said "absolutely".
Public Advocate poses this question, do you think religious blacks appreciate the desertion by President Obama on marriage. What part of American citizens from traditional countries in the middle east-- most not liking homosexual propaganda-- did "majority leader" Cantor completely ignore?