Rep. Eric Cantor is fast becoming a household name in the same way Sen. Rick Santorum became one, by acting like a clueless zealot nut job.
This may be late breaking news to Cantor but Rahm Emanuel speaks for Obama, the Democrats are now in the majority, and the filibuster is less likely to block the liberal agenda from taking place. Lamenting the Republicans inability to stop the Democrats, Cantor realizes the public may have a much better opinion of Congress that gets things done, and attempts to solve some of this countries problems. The mean spirited rant here is another example of Republican "projection," a defense mechanism by which their own traits and emotions are attributed to someone else.
Cantor: "(Democrats) never miss an opportunity to seize on a crisis."
Of course, the Republicans never did that with 9/11, high gas prices and the Patriot Act.