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Who will pay political price for voting against background checks?

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"After more than four years in the Oval Office, the president has rarely demonstrated an appetite for ruthless politics that instills fear in lawmakers," the New York Times writes about President Obama and the Senate's voting down of the Toomey-Manchin proposal to extend background checks. The Washington Post's Eugene Robinson joins the discussion.