Can the president and House Republicans find common ground?
Peter Johnson, Jr. weighs in
- Duration 2:50
- Date Jan 24, 2013
Peter Johnson, Jr. weighs in
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Okay fine has -- John -- looking towards the president's second term in warning Republicans about what he sees coming listen.
We're going to be -- Over the next I was only two months.
Who love you don't know opens.
Of his ministry.
It's very generous look -- Ireland.
As recommended by -- CBS political director.
So is this unfortunately true and should Americans expect more from both parties Fox News legal analyst Peter -- -- here -- some precedent it.
Does every party want to beat the other party to this degree.
You know I think is a visceral intense dislike coming on the White House the Republican Party that's.
Not unprecedented -- would probably haven't seen such an oppositional party dislikes since the waning days of the Nixon administration -- something -- nixonian.
About it and I think what John Boehner is saying is this is a call to action this is a wake up call with almost a Paul -- call saying.
We're gonna have some issues going for the next 22 months and we've got to get the folks.
Who -- -- -- in Republican Party values.
Back on board and say let's stand up and pick the battles that we want to make.
And win those battles but -- saying is that it's a very high style environment and so the Republican Party.
Is is concerned I think talk radio is concerned I think independent conservative outlets a concern.
They're saying well how far will this White House skull.
To -- The debate is it in a way that that that's not productive do you believe.
In your estimation at this into the Democratic Party the White House the White House mighty have had more aggressive view that even Democrats in the senate.
House I don't know his caption who might under the democratic parties become the the kidnap victim of I don't know the White House has become so progressive that it's taken over the Democratic Party with a Democratic Party -- go to the White House.
I do know that when John Boehner says.
We're looking at an annihilation we're looking at destruction but we have something that's really interesting people to think about it today.
The White House is now sit up another arm a so called not for profit arm -- so now we have branches of government.
Raising hundreds of millions of dollars.
To perpetuate their viewpoint should the Supreme Court do it next.
Should House of Representatives do it next.
In American government and politics the money is going to be out of control and incredible and unaccountable -- keep an -- and that art Peter thanks so much meanwhile you wondering whether or not you have a strong case to sue right to Peter Jackson junior in element here at fox is dot com.
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