I can’t find any official source for this other than a quote on the Corner, but Boehner (R-OH) and Cantor (R-VA) have responded to President Obama’s invitation to attend a public summit on health care. It begins as follows:
We welcome President Obama’s announcement of forthcoming bipartisan health care talks. In fact, you may remember that last May, Republicans asked President Obama to hold bipartisan discussions on health care in an attempt to find common ground on health care, but he declined and instead chose to work with only Democrats. Since then, the President has given dozens of speeches on health care reform, operating under the premise that the more the American people learn about his plan, the more they will come to like it. Just the opposite has occurred: a majority of Americans oppose the House and Senate health care bills and want them scrapped so we can start over with a step-by-step approach focused on lowering costs for families and small businesses.
I’ve only read through it once but it seems fairly well-written on the surface. Follow the link above to read the whole response.