On "Cashin' In" today, Eric Bolling said now that Republicans hold both the House and the Senate, it's time for big, bold moves, not listening to the newfound calls for compromise coming from President Obama and the left.

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"Compromise? Did they compromise on ObamaCare?" Bolling asked, pointing out that the Obama administration also failed to negotiate in good will on the border crisis and many other key issues over the six years of his progressive agenda-driven presidency.

"Sorry, Democrats, you fumbled, and the GOP recovered the football."

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Bolling said Republicans should push bills for the Keystone pipeline, the repatriation of two trillion dollars of U.S. money overseas and a legal immigration reform package to the president's desk and dare Obama to veto them.

"This is not a time for compromise," Bolling concluded. "Conservatives have the ball. Time to run up the score. Don't spike the football, but don't waste this majority."

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