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Thank you so much McCall as the clock ticks down to congress' major summer recess and all -- congressman Eric Cantor.
Is now pushing for a vote to extend the bush tax cuts.
To prevent what could be the largest tax increase in history just at the end of the year.
Rick -- spoke exclusively with the house majority leader on this and other topics this morning rich.
-- -- get it done but Democrats or Republicans it would be a pretty incredible.
-- doesn't seem like they're going to though we're here in his district Eric Cantor is district in Richmond Virginia he's out talking to small businesses today so.
We asked him about the state of business what congress can do about business.
He talked about taxes specifically House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is offer.
To keep taxes where they are for those earning a million dollars a year or less a bit of a concession especially for Democrats still.
Cantor says Republicans reject that proposed.
Raising taxes on anybody.
When you're trying to grow the economy is a good thing and in fact think about where you're doing when you tax people more you're allowed Washington to spend that money not the people that -- it.
Have always been -- -- -- that you ought to let the people that are in the money have more of that back -- allowed to keep it so that they can put it to its most of -- News.
Cancer also says that he would accept offers from Democrats to talk about this right now before we get.
Two after the election that period where the fiscal clip that you mentioned a short while ago -- it occurs.
He says he wants Democrats be the same mindset there were a couple of years ago.
When the economy they say was just too weak to raise taxes on anyone so they -- all tax rates for a couple of Beers he also says.
When it comes -- -- health care law if the Supreme Court fails to strike it down.
Among the top things they'll do in the house if Republicans retain the house next year will be a vote to repeal the entire thing as for JPMorgan Chase.
And FaceBook he says it shouldn't be a reason for congress to rush to over regulate.
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