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Off the top of the high pressure senate sales job and now ain't how sales job to that's a -- lot of the credit tactics -- -- coordinate.
-- feeling clients -- white house speaker Boehner and I and their leaders Republican and Democrat and senate are trying to do today to get -- arrested members on board with the.
Plan that will do.
As little as possible.
Except to get out of the current straits in which the government finds itself because it is really bad at being a government.
So we'll talk about that.
Back to use senator -- the current comings and goings in the senate and house set up another possible moment later in this week.
Where Ted Cruz junior Republican senator from Texas.
-- called upon by his supporters no doubt.
To block the legislation in the way the rules work out.
Ted Cruz and Mike -- his compatriots may have the chance themselves.
Themselves to go over what Democrats called the default line.
But what we -- what Republicans call the low line.
So we will talk about that.
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It was going to be OK two things we're gonna work out it didn't get together exactly right but it was gonna be ironed out as it turns out a new sleep.
That it is that no good very bad not just that that website portal doesn't work but that the premiums being experienced the Third World experience quote unquote.
That was feared by some advisors inside the administration.
-- has come to pass for many users we will continue to talk about that.
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To win the Virginia governorship -- -- -- -- us.
Terry McAuliffe also.
Is defending at least not defending his excusing his investment.
In -- Rhode Island fun.
That was predicated in the best telling outfit in the best -- of it on something that would convert to dead people into money.
Through insurance as it turns out it was actually just -- scam that scammed everybody involved.
McCall's campaign says he's a victim.
Republicans say you did not disclose this investment as you were supposed to you were hiding something.
-- campaign says well the lawyer said we should.
I bet I bet that's true I bet that's true and last but definitely not least swirls -- not squirrels of course -- let's move stuff.
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What a fat happy -- That's world is not a White House world but the white house rules are fat and happy because.
The government shut down partial government shutdown has kept some of the first ladies gardening staff away from her organic garden that.
Supplies the White House and is a teaching -- for obese children.
These squirrels that hopefully are going crazy while they're in there eating everything the New York Post report.
That it is all heirloom tomatoes and or Danica rule -- Washington's now fat and happy -- those are your buzz cuts.
You have them already if you were signed up for Fox News first.
It is awesome.
-- or no squirrels but it's more -- with squirrels but we're gonna do it all right now because this is power but.
There are a lot of opinions about so what direction ago.
There have been no decisions about.
What exactly we will -- -- we're gonna continue to work from our members on both sides of the -- to try to make sure.
-- -- issue.
When -- get our government real.
And that is what a jailbreak looks like that is house speaker John Boehner just moments ago talking to reporters after a meeting with this conference in which they said.
Whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa -- Reid and senate Democrats.
And senate Republicans.
The house is gonna have one last day before the grand Niagara of the federal debt limit.
And they have a plan that would reopen the government that would increase the federal borrowing limit but it would extract.
Dramatically last but still some things.
From the president's health law and other things so the ping pong game is on everybody is still crabby but we are probably.
Probably closer to -- -- and this is power lines and you know who knows it will probably closer to a deal is Matthew -- -- he has around.
The editor in chief of the Washington treaty.
The camera with a -- back -- probably there are literally.
Tens of people out there you should probably -- get you here member guest rights OK Matthew Kennedy is the editor in chief.
Of the Washington -- vacant and you guys are are good clean fun these days -- -- can is letting it rip and it's good for me.
All right so yesterday.
It was so stupid about Washington -- -- in Washington but you look stupid about Washington because yesterday it was people who.
Car might have real money instead of big money we're saying okay what they've got to do it I was told that McConnell and Joseph Biden and they have a deal.
So this is fine and everybody said good in the markets were up a little this morning and then in the house -- and said.
Wolf we're gonna do something to do and it's like it's all over -- -- death but this is how this goes right -- everybody has to.
Sound off before you get to the last thing.
That's right I think that's right and it was.
Silly to assume that this.
Do you would go through without any input from the house Republicans right.
-- -- earlier in the week yesterday Monday that you know Paul Ryan selfless unhappy with the way that the senate was taking the lead kind of trying to cut the house Republicans out of the process and so.
Yeah I'm not surprised the markets have a way of being surprised that they're you know they're in new York and -- busy making money is supposed to.
Here you know screwing up -- -- and they assume always wrongly that rational action -- financial interest is what motivates Washington.
Ideology sounds so strange if you -- -- By.
If -- at -- -- the idea that it's like why did they do this it's not good for business while they believe -- it's like.
Weird that's weird.
Now what's going to happen.
It is that's -- senate plan that basically does this you have a senate plan.
Increase -- government -- -- -- right basically sets up Republicans.
More advantage when they have the fight over sequestration.
Automatic -- on automatic increases to federal spending another round of this kicks in at the end of January.
So that's sort of the establishment plan and now we have the modified.
Tea Tea Party -- most home party plan version in the house what does that mean well that adds.
Few more things it gets rid of one element of the senate plan which was a delay in this reinsurance tax that would have benefit.
Been -- benefited union -- the house could set out house also applies a version of what's been called the bitter amendment.
Which basically says if you're an elected official in Washington you have to be part of Obama -- right.
The house version does not include congressional -- really ace king I didn't know that it is the president cabinet officials and senators and congressmen they would not have subsidies on the exchange.
And this is something you yelled at me -- in the past Internet that this is more significant than you can now because -- you couldn't help but this is very significant because.
The way it works is if you are let's say.
And watching to see -- -- 100000 dollars a year as a house staffer.
-- senate staffer that sounds like a lot of money but in Washington DC life is pretty expensive this one most expensive place to live.
You have an income of -- 100000 dollars this -- setting up under obamacare.
That they were going to see their insurance premiums go up 45000 dollars -- my brain -- and we -- just went down pastry much faster than they normally do right.
And and so there was going to be this problem so what this modified better.
The half -- does is it says the members themselves are gonna have to pay the full freight right.
But not their -- That's right and then the other element.
From what I understand is it would -- the medical device tax.
For two years so this is its elements of plans that have already passed the house before its elements of the senate deal that we've.
Heard it's being worked out.
And I think you'll pass the house and then -- big question is.
What what happens now and so the senate so the senate senate president -- on board but that's ready to sign off not at all I don't know is that they have the White House is already released a statement saying it's a ransom.
And they're not gonna play -- of course this is the same White House isn't saying we're never gonna negotiate and that's exactly what's been taking place in Washington over.
Past three weeks.
What a terrible way to run a great country.
It's a lot of fun it was a lot of fun for us are in America are -- are bad -- bad Matthew we thank you may not your -- not at all I speak only for myself.
You Internet you were blameless and moments -- -- really but the -- the part of you -- like is.
So I want you to do something I want to read I just wrote my column for today and it is about president crisis.
And be I don't know that I called them the magical thinking caucus or some thing.
But how the -- president can only govern through crisis.
House Republicans can only govern in if the world was different than it is it is wishful thinking.
And those two things don't leave you very well -- doesn't really work out for you sorry.
But now what we're gonna do -- take a quick break and come back with the panel that I have been dying.
To do which is to talk about the Washington Redskins sure it's flourish.
Sure people don't like it but.
What's really gonna happen and what are the politics of it we have the perfect Redskins name change panel now that was last night with George Democrat Charles Krauthammer.
But we will have a very close daytime approximation.
Of that excellence when we come back so stick around.
Normative question should the name of the Redskins be changed surely depends on the answer to an empirical question is a substantial portion.
Of native American community offended -- this.
I don't see the evidence for that and I think there -- reasons for doubting that -- words have histories of their own.
And they evolve the word negro fifty years ago was the most respected -- And referring to an African American.
He was used fifteen times by Martin Luther King in the I have a dream speech.
Fifty years later it's considered because of its own history having to do with the lack of power and others -- complicated history.
He's become a -- that implies patronizing.
And that is the topic that can be a stir.
The greatest minds of the American right.
It is of course the debate over whether or not the Washington Redskins name is offensive and this is power like what else could get George will and Charles Krauthammer so exercise as that.
It is a debate here in Washington but it's more than just the team.
That man and my team no one thinks that being a Steelers offensive everybody thinks being a -- is -- But the discussion in Washington about the Redskins does talk about identity politics the president of the United States weighed in and said.
I don't think they've been most interesting man in the world said I don't own a football team but if I did that I would change its name from Redskins.
How's that playing and what are the consequences.
Now Ford O'Connell.
If anyone is qualified to talk about this subject -- -- Fort Collins.
Is -- former McCain Palin presidential campaign advisor yes he's chairman -- reform act but he's also.
The author of a book about the intersection between football and politics yes hail -- -- -- -- playbook to report Republican recovery.
I'm not saying he was born for this segment I'm just I'm putting it out -- we expect Richard -- by the way in any moment.
Two and I've no idea what he thinks about this or even if he likes football but I expect him to come galloping around this corner at any moment and when he does we'll let him there but forward.
And knowing Richard he would just have a blanket denunciation of whatever -- set but for now.
-- So good name Redskins.
Is -- -- right.
And that you say that it's for -- it's not like being a brave warrior chief we're worried you're black hawk watch -- -- -- that's a guy.
Okay that's a guy that's from the Blackfeet tribe I know about this is from black Florida -- -- Why not content you toy you.
Why not these are the these are -- actual -- right.
Yes they are these are actual drives.
And these are men and she Cleveland -- -- chief -- Nowak was like he had that look at Indian mascot is a little room not exactly.
Anyway but so.
Why why should football trump the feelings of even if it was 10%.
The native American community that was concerned about it.
Why why is that worth it for -- and center in the Washington Redskins.
It's -- the society perpetually offended people -- injected themselves back into another conversation.
On the -- -- more than 90% of native Americans don't find it offensive.
Such that sometimes it's -- such a poll however 79% of Americans don't department of found some locals that tribal chiefs including Robert two Eagles -- And red hawk around the -- the -- in the Virginia area -- -- saying -- and told they do.
Don't change -- mind because guess what if the end of the day this is about the area and dance partners right in it it's actually wrong in the native American to me wants change.
They're going to well.
I would submit that they're probably going to change it eventually anyway TV rate well TV rights number one and number two.
Do making a change like that is worth money.
It didn't he's gonna make money these -- going to make money either way auditor is going to make money either way right now he's making money -- making money right now as rally around the flag Redskins faithful.
Are gonna go out by redskins' gear and support the team and then later.
When he has an epiphany and says it's now that I think about it we're going to be -- as -- as it as a wise randomized suggested Washington warriors.
Because you can keep the mascot you can keep the logo.
And just -- the next.
-- you're trading off the Golden State Warriors.
He is gonna make look this is going to believe it like -- his statement.
Teams pay it is -- basketball and I don't look all sign of the following.
Is that your right Daniel Snyder -- more here because he's going from a defensive tone when empathetic tone.
At the end of the day he is going to make money but I also think that the army -- -- actually the -- protestor here.
There's also offered me money as well do tell I really think that.
Why are they speaking up about this one in particular.
Why aren't they talking about -- we can argue that an eastern Indian nation and hence they may have a right to do it.
But why are they doing it -- of local -- I think given you know some of the stuff that's going on and some of the ways to attack white privilege that's exactly what -- bill.
Well -- and but the thing is about white privilege and -- now I really wish Richard was here.
But the thing as as -- white -- talk about white privilege but.
But -- thing about but the thing about white privilege.
Is that in this case.
How is there any is is there -- privilege is that Fowler.
You gotta bail us out -- -- -- known and and and you know when I tell you -- more about white privilege to Richard Fowler gets 100 writer you can come in on this side.
All right Richard Fowler.
Ford O'Connell cents while you were trying to catch a -- Ford -- said that.
The Redskins shouldn't cave.
Two PC pressure and change their name I said it doesn't really matter is it's just a football team and they're gonna do whatever makes them money anyway.
And then he said the WP work and then he said white privileged and I said I said I hope Richard would show up -- right so what's your take.
I think the residents attended.
And was out.
I think it's important when it was Mae was created in in the first on the -- the -- 81 year ago did you and years ago.
Not very very very racist individual -- This series is going years ago they integrate the reds -- in 1960 after the Kennedy said.
Mostly NBC -- into that the beyond the scope for you a native American.
I'm not native American I'm definitely I think when native Americans want to change and I -- and we should change.
But wait a minute so -- but I want to refocus the argument not on who is allowed to be offended.
Everybody can be if you can -- is offended did you Miss America Barclays event and -- -- not perpetually offended people grown by the now well.
Away or go away.
What's I want to talk about the calculation here and that I said quarterly what I said to Ford earlier was.
For the Redskins.
There is opportunity at every turn on this is are gonna make money now as their loyal fans rallied to them then they're gonna make money later when a well known hockey and -- yeah.
No no -- and that -- out of the only.
-- vote now you're not you're not making any converts in the Redskins nation so wanna grow but the cowboys fan and I have to say here on the Reynolds -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- but but there's money to be made later when they say to the district.
And they say to Democrats in the eyes and other people you know we we are right we made the change plus and they can sell all -- shirts.
That is true that is all new merchandise that we have -- -- licensing deal therefore yeah I think beyond that it's just the right thing for them to do I think.
Public pressure saying we Hussein's name we've seen a lot of folks come -- -- change -- name beyond that point.
I think -- can agree you know even brought in -- to say -- -- think about how -- maintained and looked at how authentic works let's get it done it.
Go ahead -- had what I don't understand is that why President Obama and everyone else is not a native American morning Robin it's cheap it's -- cheap it's cheap money but it's not a imminent and that way it's -- let me give my part in this that is -- lay down hand if you are the president of the -- -- Maybe he shouldn't way and maybe it's not his job to weigh in on the status -- -- and -- valves or maybe it's not.
But for a politician that is like low hanging fruit you can just walk by and -- it often say like I -- whenever -- -- offended and it's freebie.
What's even freer progressed.
It -- it is that like -- -- you think the name is going to change ballots were some well.
You know running play.
And eventually I think -- very good about it is gonna change.
And but -- as far as taking a right -- right now out of really go to an empathetic -- -- indictment arguable that our -- lives -- an unexpected chat here and see what you I would I'm told and I think that.
I bet -- I bet they're gonna have some to say boo who who did -- Texas.
I live in the Dallas Syrian don't like the skins but -- names just absurd what do they want to renamed them the Washington Democrats -- the Washington Obama's.
I'll take you there OK okay if I had a lot of tall box and I understand if they change the -- -- Donny.
I disagree with the point which is chief Ellen what you mean that chief -- -- They never -- of the University of Illinois had a beautiful headrest and it honored native American traditions.
And chief Alan -- with his beautiful -- -- in the war dance before the football games bought.
And now you're not it's like the Illini what's in the -- that we're not even talking about it what's wrong with the seminal what's wrong if -- on -- Part of what American culture -- American Internet being American is about us all getting down with each other stuff.
And if that means that we get into the war cries of Indians were we getting into.
Jazz music -- if we get into hillbilly music or whatever else why not do that.
My concern with this is that when you start with the Redskins you say well it's the Redskins and they have to change what happens when it gets the next -- say.
Well we don't think the -- should be the seminoles even though Florida is full of seminoles.
And they do it respectfully the distinction there I think the Redskins very derogatory term when they came with a name in the seminoles and not a very derogatory term I have -- native American whisper here actually deciding what is offensive and what isn't to a group that he's not even related to.
I look always -- -- the -- -- the -- it was -- -- -- -- a substantial majority of native Americans want to be changed it will be just last sort win.
When will the change occur next season.
Ford not well I don't know five -- out what's wrong with a TV rights -- over.
Exactly and to -- The director who went to Florida State just because I'm defending your Seminole name doesn't mean that I approve of the football team my goodness now.
Get out of here whatever -- -- get out of there get out of here OK guys thank you very much -- -- -- -- his -- okay -- Internet we're gonna take a quick break but when we come back.
How about this -- about a congresswoman.
Who is one of those who's going to have to make this difficult decision as John Maynard comes back and says what about.
Not half a -- now but now would be at a quarter loaf of what Republicans originally asked for it's more than the -- offering will -- be good enough to get a majority of the Republicans in the house we'll talk -- that when we come back so stick around.
Today going to go to bill that we believe the senate should except based on their likely negotiation.
Now the senate wants to say my way or the highway.
And I suggest that senate Republicans not all along that strategy but rather with a strategy -- house and senate vote on and they can become law.
And that was the house returning fire.
Against the senate in the ongoing battle to squeeze.
The senate Republicans over what they are going to do.
Over proposals to reopen -- full function of the federal government and left.
The federal borrowing limit and this is power plant that was sterilize he's a Republican from California emerging from a closed door meeting.
With house speaker John Boehner and his leadership team with the members and his pitch that he was echoing from the house speaker was luck.
It's not going to be perfect but this is an opportunity to try to encourage senate Republicans asked for a little bit more.
Before the final deal goes into plays that depends however.
On a majority of house Republicans 218.
To help Jon may get 218 votes he needs to get it through and keep the seat at the negotiating table.
One of those people.
Whom of the speaker would like to persuade whose support he would like to have -- -- arts are.
She is a Republican she is from the show me state of Missouri and you represented Gary Hart.
Including Columbia where I spent some very happy Saturday -- -- so it's great to have you here.
Good to be here OK so what he -- Well I think we're going to move forward with this proposal is as -- -- -- it's not perfect but we believe that it will delay very important piece of a volunteer this two year medical device tax which is gonna cost 43000.
That increase the costs for medical care for every American and this is significant.
And we also think it's important that to the president live under his own law which -- right now is exempt from having to.
Be on obamacare and so we think that's only fair.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Would have recovered staff to -- -- staffers would have been subject to the -- but but not gotten the premium support.
That other people would have had to could've been disruptive for them you check that out.
This one why.
That's still under discussion there was a lot of objections may -- to -- may be applied in the final draft to be included.
-- but the thinking was that there federal employees right.
Just like every other fellow employee of the USDA office sent back home.
And so why should they be penalized in -- where we were elected.
And so we felt like that's a little different category that president in us and his cabinet.
You know -- shouldn't have to live under obamacare.
And -- current law.
So the president didn't issue a veto threat he just issued another blanket denunciation and he sent the house Republicans are no good.
And the senate right now.
Is going to is is frustrated because you can see that the majority leader in the minority leader worked hard to come up with a deal.
That they were pretty obviously hoping would sort of be the last word.
Is there a danger though that we're gonna go over the debt class.
Because this heats up more time on the clock.
No I mean I think not our proposal can kids still get through today and get through in time that we don't have that deadline whereas actually if the senate comes up with something it could be actually beyond that point so.
This is a way to keep government open to avoid default but yet still address a lot of cost drivers and concerns.
That are in obamacare.
Now the senate Republicans have spent a lot of time talking about what house Republicans ought to do.
First it was -- Cruz saying this is what house Republicans needed to do and then it was Mitch McConnell and others and this is what senate Republicans -- house Republicans need to do.
I know from talking to members behind closed doors that's generally not well received right.
That's right it they can come up with their own plan that we have been the ones leading the effort here and and I think it's important that they come on board in our support you know we just passed four bills.
To keep government open that yet protect Americans from different aspects of the -- here as well.
In order to avoid any added defaults -- -- -- a lapse in funding.
And unfortunately the -- just rebuffed all those attempts and we have since past fourteen different aspects of government to reopen them including a World War II memorial where I was just that was some -- -- Veterans from back home.
And they every soft all those effort efforts to reopen government so we have actually been leading man appreciate any support the senate can give us.
She knows how to play beat the clock that's why the government is doing right now beat the clock let's see if they can do it congresswoman thank you.
If you knew where to get the very best walnut moles in America you would know her already but that's -- -- where she represents the heart of Missouri.
And now you.
Internet here's something for you will be back tomorrow.
We'll tell you whether it's open and close shut down worse better -- -- it will be interesting it will be good so we better come back and tell you about it and now.
As we like to do every day a word from our friend -- But what the Republicans ought to do right now.
He's to extend the debt ceiling for six weeks clean.
Exactly as Obama -- is -- how should do.
And give a clean CR for a year exactly -- right at Thanksgiving -- I.
You mean on the -- -- you give yourself six weeks in which you can negotiate like -- Ryan plan with the White House.
That's you only -- and ask for anything.