“People are upset right now. They are upset at the rising prices at the pump, they are upset about the challenges they have trying to get through the month, and they want to get back to work. It is interesting to see that the President was initially for the Keystone pipeline, then he was against it, and now we’re told today he’s for a portion of it. It is this kind of leadership, or lack thereof, that frustrates the American people. That’s why we ask the President to work with us on things that we do believe in together.
“Work with us, Mr. President on our JOBS Act. We’re going to announce the JOBS Act today. It is a combination of Democratic and Republican bills that are designed to help small businesses access capital to make it easier and less expensive for entrepreneurs to go about hiring people and to make sure America is once again a startup country.”
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA)
House GOP Stakeout
February 28, 2012