"If voters really wanted people who would work closely with Obama and other Democrats to 'get things done,' they would have just voted for more Democrats. ... Say what you want about the information level of the average voter, but absolutely no one was confused into thinking that they were replacing a Democrat with a Republican in the hopes that the Republican would be more friendly to the Democrat agenda." – Erick Erickson
"If they [the American people] wanted you to work with the Democrats, you wouldn't have won. If they wanted the Republicans to work with the Democrats and to help the Democrats accomplish more, they would have just elected the Democrats." – Rush Limbaugh
"The Republican Party was not elected to fix a broken system or to make it work. The Republican Party was not elected to compromise. The Republican Party was not elected to sit down and work together with the Democrats. The Republican Party was not elected to slow down the speed the country is headed to the cliff and go over it slowly." – Rush Limbaugh
"Likewise Republicans shouldn't fall into the trap of trying to resuscitate so-called comprehensive immigration reform. ... In the days ahead, there will be a lot of talk about compromise and cooperation in Washington. Let President Obama make the first move by dropping his plans for a mass executive amnesty." – Gary Bauer
"It is incumbent on Republicans to stand up and lead. ... You know, the fact that the people rose up and voted the Democrats out of power doesn't necessarily mean they trust the Republicans. They've given us another chance. But we've got to earn that trust, and the way to earn that trust is to listen to the priorities of the people." – Senator Ted Cruz
'Couldn't have said it better myself.