(CNN) - The man running for House majority leader from the Republican Party in the next Congress thinks Democrats don't get it.
"If Democratic members in the House elect Nancy Pelosi as their leader, it's almost as if they just didn't get the message from voters this election," Rep. Eric Cantor of Virginia said on "Fox News Sunday." "The voters outright rejected the agenda that she's been about and here they're going to put her back in charge."
Cantor referenced Obama's comments this week that he failed to sell his important legislative milestones as an example the president doesn't get it either.
"I think that's indicative of his not getting it, because the voters have had enough of the Obama agenda," Cantor said.
Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan, also appearing on Fox, joined the other Republican politicians on Sunday talk shows calling for Congress to "repeal and replace" the new health care legislation.
"We're going to do everything we can to try and repeal and replace this thing," Ryan said.
But he also said he didn't think a full repeal would be possible until there is a new president and a "better Senate."