October 11th, 2013
10:04 PM ET

House plan ignores government shutdown

Alice Stewart, Paul Begala, and Ralph Reed discuss Day 11 of the partial government shutdown and deadline for hitting the debt ceiling.

Watch part two of their discussion here:



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  1. Larry

    Is it correct to say that most Amercians tolerate a negotiation for re-opening the govenment? And a negotation will means an agenda full of Repulicanfurther policy wishes. And is it correct to say that it is ok for the Americans to have the President "to give" the Republican "something" in exchange to re-open the Government? (ransom) Or I am just wrong?

    October 13, 2013 at 3:36 pm |
  2. Larry

    Hi Anderson! I do not understand. It seems to me that your guests are suggesting Repulicans are losing. Well maybe on poll. But on policy they are getting more and more. The new White House discussion is full of Repulican agenda. And the president only wants not to default and to re-open the government without paying any ransom. Can you ask your guests to explain what is on the agenda from both sides?????

    October 12, 2013 at 3:00 pm |
  3. Mr C. Simpson

    Dear Anderson
    My first question, why do we continue asking these so call politicans why the government shut down. Since I will not be invited, PLEASE ASK THEM TO TELL AMERICA THE TRUTH, NOT SOUND BITES. What the truth, ok Iwill tell you. Love not your neighbor, give him NOT a hand, show NO compassion, kill him for self defense, worry about 53% and WRITE OFF THE REMAINING 47%. There are many more such saying, but we are forgetting why we are call AMERICANS a great people.

    October 11, 2013 at 10:54 pm |

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