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A few mornings each week the Rev. Earl Kooperkamp stands watch over the doors of the Church of The Good Shepherd as dozens of down-on-their-luck Vermonters gather outside the little church. Most come looking for a hot breakfast of egg casserole or a steaming bowl of oatmeal or shelter from the cold, bitter morning air. Some are homeless or disabled. Others are unemployed or seniors on limited incomes.
 (Photo credit:Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

From MSNBC:

A few mornings each week the Rev. Earl Kooperkamp stands watch over the doors of the Church of The Good Shepherd as dozens of down-on-their-luck Vermonters gather outside the little church. Most come looking for a hot breakfast of egg casserole or a steaming bowl of oatmeal or shelter from the cold, bitter morning air. Some are homeless or disabled. Others are unemployed or seniors on limited incomes.

 (Photo credit:Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor distanced himself from anti-tax crusader Grover Norquist’s pledge on Monday’s Morning Joe, explaining that solving the fiscal cliff is more important than the pledge he signed as a young member of the Virginia legislature more than a decade ago.

“When I go to my constituents, it’s not about that pledge,” Cantor said. “It really is about trying to solve problems.”