Politics & Policy

Frazier (CO-7) Follows Up on ‘Slap’ and Health Care on Cavuto

Ryan Frazier, the Republican challenger in Colorado’s 7th Congressional District, was invited onto Neil Cavuto’s show on FoxNews to discuss the health care bill–the basis for the controversial slap/tap/swat applied by Democratic incumbent Rep. Ed Perlmutter in their televised debate this past Saturday that made the rounds on the blogs and went viral nationally after breaking on Battle ‘10.

Frazier noted that Perlmutter had apologized, but had this to say of the incident:

Cavuto: Was that a hit?

Frazier: It was a slap. But, you know, I’m an adult Neil, it takes more than a slap to deter me from putting forth the ideas that I think will help move our country in a better direction, help create good American jobs, to ask our Federal government to live within its means, and to provide the people a Congress that’s actually accountable to the people they represent.

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