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>> we fought the good fight. we just didn't win. we fought the good fight. [ male announcer ] maybe you've already heard there's just no reason for our what they're saying about the nissan altima. members to vote no today. >> tonight's bill funds the ♪ government through mid january. and we have to admit, that it's all true. it raises the debt limit through but don't just take their word for it, the beginning of february. check it out for yourself. creates a bipartisan budget the award-winning nissan altima. group, and it sets income nissan. innovation that excites. verification for insurance now get a $179 per month lease on a 2013 nissan altima. subsidies. but there are no major concessions on obama care. ♪ in other words, republicans got nothing. they shut down the government for 16 days, kept 800,000 people the senate will soon vote to from their jobs and drove us to the brink of default for finally end the government shutdown and avoid a government nothing. this was doomed from the start. default. the house is scheduled to vote and republicans finally late tonight. understand that. >> it's one of the more shameful >> the gop failure shows chapters that i have seen in the years that i have spent here in president obama meant what he the senate. said when he said he would not >> shutting down the government negotiate over the debt ceiling.
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was not a smart strategy. in fact, he made the decision >> this was a terrible mistake. >> shameful, terrible, not months ago. two new accounts show that after smart. the last debt limit crisis the today, even rush limbaugh president was ready to fight admitted this went horribly back. the washington post quotes that wrong. >> i was trying to think earlier he knew there would be another moment like this said a senior today if ever in my life i could administration official. he has thought about what his remember any political, a major, role and responsibility would be and it is administration that it any major political party being so irrelevant. i have never seen it. what they've ended up doing is creating one of the greatest is essential that he stand his political disasters i've ever ground. he said i'm not going through seen in my lifetime. >> you can see the incredible this again. he told his staff to spread that word, even in your body shrinking gop in the polls. language. and that determination is over the last year, the number exactly what we saw from the of americans with positive views white house over the last 16 of the gop has gotten smaller days. >> let me repeat -- i will not and smaller and smaller. the gop's approval rating has negotiate over congress's responsibility to pay bills it's now shrunk being to just 24%. already wracked up.
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the lowest on record. and today the ringleader of this you don't negotiate by putting a whole circus, senator ted cruz gun to the other person's head. there will be no negotiations threw in the towel. >> i have no objections to this over this. the american people are not pawns in some political game. timing of this vote. we're not going to pay a ransom there's nothing to be gained for america paying its bills. from delaying this vote one day or two days. that's something that should be >> there was nothing to be gained from any of this. republicans have lost. but it's a shame that the nonnegotiatable and everybody american people had to suffer should agree on that. for them to realize. >> but did the gop take him ginning me now is senator bernie seriously? sanders of vermont. nope. when the national review asked senator, good evening. paul ryan if he thought the >> good to be with you all. president would stand firm, he >> as we wait this morning on said oh, nobody believes that, the floor, it never had to get nobody believes that. to this point, did it, senator? i think most people believe he's >> no, it truly didn't. just posturing for now. and what the american people well, i have a question for mr. have witnessed is right wing ryan. do you believe him now? joining me now is congresswoman extremism in action. they lost the election, but what they have said is yes, we lost the election, we lost seats in the senate, we lost seats in the jan schakowsky from illinois. house. but we want to get our way in
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any case. we want to deny 20 million what's the mood like for the democrats in the house today? americans access to health >> well, you know, reverend al, insurance that they desperately need. so we're going to whole the this send the kind of day we're entire government hostage, throw people out of work, deny services to tens of millions of doing high-fives. americans. should this have happened? as you reported earlier, the economy has lost about $24 of course it shouldn't. billion. furloughed workers who already the american people can now understand how dangerous this didn't get a wage increase for three years and were furloughed tea party right wing extremism already for three days, they're still hurting and worrying about is. >> they've failed in their how they're going to pay their strategy. >> they sure did, but they lost bills and when those checks are a major political victory, but going to come. so while we avoided catastrophe let me tell you something that a lot of people don't know. the budget that will be past we still haven't been able to tonight -- and i will vote for move the country forward. and there are deadlines coming it, because i don't see any up that hopefully they're not alternative, it is a very bad going to do this again, that the bum et. it is a sequestration budget republicans won't put us through this again. but in january and february which will mean continued cuts we're going to see new in head start, in nutrition deadlines. >> you know, the president is programs in meals on wheels, in education. and what we have got to do as moving forward. in an interview yesterday he
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part of this budget negotiation is to make sure that we do not, said the day after, i'm going to for the rest of the year, be push being a vote on balance the budget on the backs of the elderly, the children. immigration reform. so he seems like he's geared up, >> absolutely. >> working families, the sick, ready to go if this in fact holds tonight. the wealthiest people in this and we're waiting to see if the senate votes and congresswoman country are going to have to fess up, and we need the american people to support that position. >> absolutely. house members will vote. and that's a fair point, and i'm with you on that. he says he's going to go on to but as of right now, obama care the next move and push for immigration reform. >> you know, i'm a big fan of is basically in tact, is that action movies. this weekend, i saw captain not correct. >> that is absolutely right. here's how it started. phillips. they say the reason we're you don't negotiate with hostage takers. holding the government hostage a lot of us who are outside of and the reason we're threatening not to pay the shake's bill the the government were very happy to hear that the president is just because obama care is so wasn't going to negotiate this terrible. time. and they had learned that lesson that was last week. then they forget about that. and they fought back and the the reason we're not paying our president won. he deserves an extraordinary bills and holding the government hostage is we want to cut social amount of credit for there. there are thousands of people security and medicaid. who are waiting around for their and now we are where we are today. checks so they can pay their the bottom line in my view is rents, their mortgages, car that i hope people understand
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notes and all sorts of things. that their opposition to obama care is really just the tip of already starting to hear about the iceberg. >> right. >> if you look at what these extraordinary measuring being guys, the koch brothers and what taken, but the next thing that's these guys really believe, they going to happen is immigration want to end sooner or later, reform to get back focused on the middle class and jobs and the things that people elected social security, medicaid, this government to do. eadvice rate the environmental hopefully the rational protection agency. republicans will do the deal they want to move this country with democrats so we can get the out to where a handful of government functioning. >> now congresswoman, there's billionaires control the economic life of this country. signs of trouble for the gop in >> and that's where this fight is headed, is that not right? 2014. that's the next fight where polls says 39% would prefer they're going to move in these other areas as we go and look at republican controlled congress this bipartisan group. whereas 47% said they prefer a this battle that has ended now with them being defeated does democrat-controlled congress. now that's a significant gap. not mean this war is over. we have other battles that has ted cruz done enough to hand they're going to plan to the house back to the democrats resurface. >> al, when you have the koch in your judgment? >> i think if the election were brothers who sit on $71 billion held today it's very likely that while pouring hundreds of the democrats would actually be millions of dollars into the in the majority. political process, trust me, and, i think if we are able now this battle has not ended.
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to proceed with the things the we've got a lot of work in front americans really care about, the of us. our job is to bring the working positive agenda of creating people, the middle class of this country together to stand up to jobs, of implementing the the big money interests who want affordable care act so more to repeal every major piece of people can have their health legislation passed in the last coverage that they need, then i think there's no question that we will be able to win. but i also think that we are 80 years to protect american going to need to keep a ledger americans. >> thank you for your time of just what was the real tonight. i'm joined now by expense of this shutdown and congresswoman karen bass, democrat from california. thank you, congresswoman for this brinksman ship when it being here. comes to paying the debts of our >> thanks for having me on. country. these were not cost free. and i think the kind of expenses >> congresswoman, is there any that are going to accrue are chance at all that we'll see one going to mount up as we go more round of resistance from forward. and that kind of recklessness the house republicans before the and irresponsibility, i think night is through? >> well, i don't believe so. i mean, i think the message from will take its toll in the november elections. speaker boehner is that he >> you know, jamal, even the supports the senate deal. and you've also heard some of right has began to get nervous. the most conservative republicans say that they won't stand in the way. a conservative blogger suggested that they will allow their caucus to move forward and vote that the democrats will win back on this. and so i don't know how many republican votes we'll get, but control next year. he tweeted speaker pelosi part i can tell you that the
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democratic caucus is united. two opening january 5th, 2015. and i do believe that this will even the writer's scared, jamal. pass tonight. >> now congresswoman, this is a big victory. >> they should be scared. there's no doubt about it. some of the people in the chamber of commerce and business but it also has incurred a groups says anybody who votes tremendous cost to the american against the debt increase they people. >> absolutely. >> we've got an estimate today risk getting a primary of the economic toll this challenge, i would love to see shutdown took on the u.s. the business republicans go economy. after these tea party it has cost $24 billion, republicans next year so even if a democrat can't beat them they according to standard and at least get some people back in congress who are willing to poor's. $24 billion for the shutdown focus on things like e-rate, that achieved nothing. broadband connections to schools >> and the irony, of course, is that this sh coming from the and libraries. party that says that they want that's kind of stuff that the american people want to see. to cut spending. >> at the end of the day, the that's their mantra that they say every day, but yet every day affordable care act which they the government was shutdown it claim this was over is moving cost taxpayers money. and i tell you, it's really has forward. in just 12 states, plus the been something that is shameful district of columbia, there have been at least 185,000 and my hope is, is that when applications for the affordable tonight is over, i hope my republican colleagues go back to care act so far. and keep in mind, a single their districts and do some very application can represent an
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serious soul-searching. because what took place over entire family. these last two weeks, if you >> that's right. and actually, the favorability think about what we're voting on tonight, there is no reason that of obama care has gone up during this vote shouldn't have taken this period of the shutdown. place more than two weeks ago. >> and it would have been and all the hooting and hollering about getting rid of absolutely the same vote, only it. clearly we need to get all those we would not have spent $24 glitches out and have it up and billion and caused $800,000 running. but we have seen the tremendous federal workers to be furloughed interest that the american and not paid. people have in that. i mean, it is -- it shows a and we're going to get cleared up. and we're going to get it done. people are going to be really happy by next november, that's deep-seated partson for sure, when the election happens. and i think a lot sooner than brinksmanship or hatred or both that. on the part of those who would >> congresswoman jan schakowsky do this and think there's something logical about this. and jamal simmons. >> and i think senator sanders thank you for your time today. laid it out in terms of what the ultimate objective is. coming up. this is a philosophy of the . desperation from the social darwinism, the survival republicans. calls for impeachment. why it's about hate, not policy. of the fittest. ? if you cut the programs that he all we do is go out to dinner. that's it? was talking about, you really will have pain and suffering on i mean, he picks up the tab every time, which is great...what? a lot of people. he's using you. he probably has a citi thankyou card and gets 2x the points at restaurants. the idea that part of this deal is appointing budget conferees,
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west. even moderate republicans. the only groups that approve of this are conservative republicans. >> i think part of the issue is that some of my colleagues that came here when i came with the tea party in 2010, i think that they really didn't understand what the government does. and that it took a government [ male announcer ] now try 7 lunch choices at $7.99. shutdown for people to realize, oh, that's what happens when the my dna...s me. every piece is important... government is shut down. gee, we're not able to get this part... makes my eyes blue... i might have an increased risk of heart disease... things done, that maybe it will gallstones... increase an understanding as to hemochromatosis... i'll look into that. why we need the government. the more you know about your dna, because if you came here and you the more you know about yourself... said that your mission is to now i know. shrink government down to the size ha it would fit in a know more about your health. go to and order your bathtub, i believe that was grover norquist's slogan. dna kit for only 99 dollars today. if that is the case you need to learn hundreds of things about your health at understand that we need the government for our basic life, basic quality of life. and hopefully somebody understands that now, i hope. >> well, karen bass, congresswoman from california, we'll be watching their vote. we're going to stay on top of
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in a single pill. from the classic lines to the elegant trim in each and every piece, kohler will make your reality a dream. why do so many of my colleagues and i continually come to this senate floor to raise this we are waiting for the senate to vote finally to end the government shutdown and avoid a government default. the house is scheduled to vote late tonight. while republicans have lost this
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whole process, it has made one thing clear. the gop thinks if they can't we're back on a big news beat the president they should just try and get rid of him, night. we're awaiting a senate vote that would end the shutdown. impeach him. this week, sarah palin railed and even after the republican against obama's impeachable defeat on this, their tea party offenses. and so did a truly great mind of leader is in denial. the gop. >> if the president instructs the treasury secretary, though the money is there to pay >> well, dana, respectfully i interest, if he instructs him to disagree with the premise of that. default, i think we're getting i think we have seen a close to a high crime and remarkable thing happen. that was a remarkable victory to misdemeanor. >> you heard him. it would be a high crime and see the house engage in a misdemeanor. but let's not forget the profile in courage. president's other impeachable >> a profile in courage? that's amazing. here's what's happening in the crimes. since his inauguration in 2009 republicans have want the to real world. impeach him because he really since the shutdown, nbc found wasn't born here. they've called for his the gop's approval rate at 24%. impeachment over immigration that's the lowest rating ever. reform. over the defense of marriage and how about the tea party? act, over fast and furious.
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they want an impeachment if he another record low. didn't extend the bush tax cuts, gallup also looked at the republican party's approval. because he made recess and do you see a trend? appointments, because of the dream act, because of the war in it's another record low. libya, because of gun control, sarah palin leading rallies because of quote, all the czars isn't likely to turn it around. he appointed. that was first term stuff, and someone marching around right? waving a confederate flag won't in 2013, who's out spouting this open the tepts. and 16 days of this extremist garbage besides sarah palin and talk is not likely to win over her right wing party? the public. >> we want all tools available to use, including that >> how do you deny them access. impeachment. >> if he continues this, could i don't get it. >> it's difficult. that build up to make a case for >> it shouldn't be difficult. possible impeachment? i'm sorry, sir. >> the park service should be ashamed. >> i'm not ashamed. >> all options are on the table. >> well, you should be. >> if we were to impeach the >> people are probably going to realize that they can live with a lot less government than what president tomorrow, we would probably have the votes to do they thought they needed. >> and they will receive their back pay and it will basically it. >> we may be starting to use the be a paid vacation. >> this is about the happiest i word before too long. >> meaning impeachment. i've seen members in a long >> tell me how i can impeach the
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time. >> so much for the republican pritz of the united states. rebranding. the first step is admitting >> to successfully impeach the there is a problem. >> that was a remarkable victory president you need the votes in the u.s. senate with harry reid. to see the house engage in a profile in courage. >> if that was a victory, i >> would you have to qualify in wonder what he thinks defeat proceedings against the president. and that's called impeachment. looks like. joining me now is former barack obama is a personal friend of mine. congressman barney frank. thank you for being here. >> this impeachment talk is deeper than disagreeing with >> thank you, al. policy. it's not about politics. it's about hatred. they can't beat him, so they try >> chairman, ted cruz is calling this a victory. to impeach him. what is your response? >> well, i think people should but let's look who's still learn an important lesson here. if you are driving in very standing today. joining me now, abbey huntsman difficult conditions, don't go on cruz control. you know, i'm told ted cruz is and richard wolf. this is almost a code for an intelligent man. if so, he's an intelligent man anti-obama extremism. what do you make of it? with a great defect of being out >> he has to do something to be of touch with reality. this was no accident.
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impeachable. this is the logical inescapable is there a crime that he's committed that we're not aware of? it's interesting that they're result of the collapse of using this term that he's well into his second term. responsible conservatism and we're talking about elected their deference to this extre officials that are calling for him to be impeached. and some of which are trying to get into office. extremi so pie question is, you know, extremism. here we are with, you know, and the one silver lining in this cloud is this may give a struggling economy. we need to be talking about spine infusion to some immigration, education, tax republicans who went along with something that they knew was reform. so many things that need to be wrong substantively and discussed. and this is their agenda. politically but lacked the this is their idea of the future courage to take it on. >> i will say this. success of the gop? people just say well, we just and sadly, because the party is put this off for a couple months. i am convinced they will not try this again. at this point, the responsible republicans -- and there are many, but they're all in hiding -- won't let it happen again. >> you know, congressman, mr. chairman, republicans came under blistering criticism on the opinion page of the right wing o so fragmented otherwise we wall street journal. they wrote today, quote, they wouldn't be talking about it. >> some of piece people should picked a goal they couldn't never have been elected in the first place. texas, is a great state, but achieve in trying to defund somebody vetted for their guy. it's not just one offense but obama care from one house of everything that comes out of his
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mouth. congress. and then they picked a means we are talking about senators here who get elected statewide they couldn't sustain who feel that they can pann der. politically. republicans can best help their cause now by getting this over with. i mean, this is the wall street journal. does this -- ted cruz knows there's not the >> absolutely. >> does this show how far right votes there. how extreme does it have to be? and i do think as statewide the party's moved? >> we should be clear. the wall street journal is not officials if not national opposed to the idea of speakers, they have to know that they are driving their brand and extremism. but they are opposed to their party into an unelectable incompetent extremism. place, even just pandering to i think we should consider ourselves lucky. the stuff. >> there's something deeper if you're going to have a party here, because i mean, just two taken over by this extreme crew. weeks after he took office they started talking about it helps that they are such impeachment. and we keep hearing it over and bumblists. we have a key issue now is other and over again, abbey. >> you hope, though, that today whether or not the republicans can reassert their control. it's some sort of a reflection can i say one other thing? because this issue is going to point for the republican party where they say where do we go come up again on the debt limit. and we have to make sure that from here? how can we wrap our arms around this is formulated correctly. the party once again and i am appalled at john boehner actually strengthen it. acting as if he's doing me a is this a time when you say the favor or the president a favor by supporting an increase in the
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tea party won't hold the debt limit. government hostage? or are we going to see this game john boehner voted to incur much of chicken continue as we hit more of that debt than i did. another budget crisis a few he voted for the iraq war, i weeks from now? i think this is a real moment for the republican party. didn't. no matter where you find he voted for the big bush tax yourself on the political spectrum, we should all be hoping for a strong republican party, because that makes for a cuts, i didn't. >> you're right, and, you know, morrow bust debate and more it has gone so extreme that it compromise. and that's what the american people deserve. >> when we look at this is very lahard to set a reality impeachment, it has almost become a badge of honor for the check, which is why we're always right. glad to talk to you. you know it's bad when pat texas lieutenant governor david dewurs, he lost as a moderate robertson is criticizing the tea party. listen to what he had to say candidate to ted cruz. over the last two days. this week he told tea partiers >> there comes a time that rebels have to grow up and work to make the system successful. he wants to impeach president obama over benghazi. and unfortunately, the tea party then you have steve stockman. he plans to distribute a book is not going along. about impeachment. the republicans have got to wave he bought 435 copies of the the white flag and say we fought world net bailey book, a good fight. now it's over.
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they cannot shut the government impeachable offenses, the case for reof mooing barack obama down and then bring about a from office and he plans to give default. we can't do it. >> i mean, even pat robertson a copy to every member of the house. >> that's one way to sell a saying it's unreasonable. and let's reiterate the point book, i guess. here's the thing. we have seen in the last few you made. john boehner and republicans weeks how this extreme talk increased the debt limits many suddenly moves into the mainstream. and before you now it, they're times under george bush when you were serving in congress and was too scared. fear is what is ruling at least a chair in congress. this is nothing that they have the house republicans right now. not done other and over again. they're too scared to say, boo, >> they did it over my this is not going to work. objection. the iraq war alone, the bush tax this is not going to fly. and we've got to stop it. so what happens? they take one cuts. i would love to set my record of these crazy ideas, it didn't next to john boehner's or any of work and then they realize, gee, that republican leadership. we look really foolish. i'll look like a very, very there is a danger that this talk prudent, fiscal conservative. but what we should advertise, about impeachment moves to the when pat robertson tells them heart of the republican party. this and the wall street journal there are no grown ups to say that's crazy. tells them this, some of the journals try to nit-pick, all stop it. >> i feel like when they feel they did was win a couple more threatened they throw out this months. i think it's clear, the crazy rhetoric, talking about republicans won't do this again. impeaching the president. they saved some face by saying and that's exactly when you see this come out. it's only for a few months, but
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>> but aren't they intimidated there is no possibility that 24 by the loud talkers, the radio talkers. those that have been able to use is goi this is going to recur. i would make one suggestion. the right wing media from blog if the tea party want to get to fox that have put them in a state of intimidation? i'm talking about the moderate reelected, let's get out of grown ups in the republican party? >> yeah. and it's sad. afghanistan this year. if they're serious about cutting it's really difficult for them to have any sort of control. back wasteful spending, and we know that there are these containing the government from wacko birds on both sides of the overreach, because we can't make afghanistan into the society we want, let's get together and political aisle. but unfortunately because the save many billions of dollars by moderates don't have a lot of control they are dominating the phasing out afghanistan very narrative. quickly. >> now mr. chairman, they seem that becomes very dangerous. and that's what we've seen play inflexible, obstinate when it out. comes to this president. in your judgment, what is it and it's an important moment for about this president that makes the future of this country and i them so inflexible? so ridge id, so raicrazy? hope they lean toward a more moderate tone. >> do you think it will end? we're waiting on the senate >> well, it's a good point. vote, if it goes as planned. people talk about bipartisan. do you think that some of the in 2008 when george bush came to the congress and said look, as a far right will lose their steam result of these deregulation since it's going to be hard to
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policies -- he didn't admit it, make, to even spin this as a but that was the cause. we have a terrible crisis. we need you to help. victory, or do you think they're such believers it won't even he instructed nancy pelosi and matter. >> i think they will say it's a real victory for them because in me to be cooperative. bipartisan died on january 21st, spite of this bump in the road they are the ones who set the 2009 when obama took over. i think they resent the fact, country on the right track and first of all that he's a they'll come back and do it in democrat. february. they need to understand this is secondly, they resent our not an electable pla ablable pl. successes. you know, in 2009 and '10 when we had a democratic house and they'll have to lose again to -- >> i think that's right. senate, we put forth thing, we they'll have to lose the house got health care, we strengthened to hit rock bottom. >> abbey huntsman and richard the remedies for people wolf, thank you for your time suffering from wage discrimination and we repealed this evening. we'll be right back. i'm beth... don't ask/don't tell. i think if president obama had been less effective they might not have minded so much. and then you have to accept the fact that race is a part of it. this notion about where he was born. it's inconceivable that there would be this degree of obsession on the part of some of his political opponents with his
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