Fiscal talks, Boehner as 'old school' Washington and vanishing pensions
President Obama and Senate members are back in Washington to attempt to work out a deal on the fiscal cliff. Studio 360's Kurt Andersen joins a conversation on whether or not Washington has any hope to make a deal before the year's end, whether or not GOP congressmen are truly reflecting how their constituents feel on a tax increase, why John Boehner is truly "old school" Washington and how Congress has changed over time.
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