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Chris Matthews Berates Rep. Cantor (R-VA) For Running Away From Republican Policies

Chris Matthews is back at it. When Congressman Eric Cantor tries to claim that Republicans aren't responsible for the past eight years of Republican

Chris Matthews is back at it. When Congressman Eric Cantor tries to claim that Republicans aren't responsible for the past eight years of Republican policies, Tweety tears him to shreds.

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"The way we keep score in American politics is the party that's in power for eight years and runs the White House -- and 3/4 of the time runs the Congress and the White House -- takes the heat when things go bad. Congressman Cantor, you're trying to change the rules now and saying, 'oh, if we take off our uniforms and don't say we're Republicans this week, the people will be fooled.' I've never heard of that happening in politics.

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“You have to take responsibility, sir, for the policies of this administration that have gotten us into this mess. You can’t walk away and say, 'oh, we had nothing to do with this,' can you? Say it if you want to. It’s your right.”

Whatever you may think of Matthews, he's sure entertaining when he lights up these Republican stooges.

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