All the talking heads are discussing the debt ceiling issue.
But they're saying totally different things. And they are featuring different people.
The one commonality? Lots of "Tea Party" folks being featured.
Can someone tell me when the "Tea Party" became a real political party and if it really exists why the only people who are members are listed as "Republicans?"
It's just bizarre.
Congressional leaders are hoping to vote today on a last-minute deal to raise the debt ceiling. It remains unclear whether they have the votes to ensure the bill's passage. FULL STORY
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Entitlement programs and tax reforms remain on the table for later action. Full story