Cantor’s loss is sign of things to come

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As everyone has heard by  now, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, a Republican Congressman from Virginia, was soundly defeated in a primary election last Tuesday by an unknown Tea Partier Dave Brat. Various commentators from different news networks have tried to tie the loss to a dozen different things – amnesty support by Cantor, losing touch with his constituents, and other issues 
 
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