|Sen. Mitch McConnell, Image from Slaw|
But even when you have that part figured out, it's still confusing. Does President Obama really mean it when he puts Social Security (unrelated to the debt crisis) and Medicare "on the table?" What did it mean when Eric Cantor walked out on talks? Or when Boehner did the same? Or how about now, when Sen. Mitch McConnell seems to have given up, and let the President have what he wants? Even people in the Republican party seem to be unsure, with all sorts of opinions flying around. And the Prez is still talking about a huge spending cuts/revenue "deal?" I'm lost.
McConnell proposes giving Obama debt ceiling power
The top Republican in the Senate proposed on Tuesday giving President Barack Obama sweeping new power to, in effect, unilaterally increase the nation's debt limit to avoid a first-ever default on U.S. obligations. . .
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