Boehner and Reid: A Shutdown War of Words

Leaders of the House and Senate don?t reserve criticism for one another.
1:07 | 10/08/13

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A lot of reports about -- -- Nineteen personalities and I think we view of the democratic leader president don't know how about that that's just not true. He singlehandedly is keeping the government shot. -- John Boehner thinks his speakership is more important these people I feel sorry for John. He does have the courage to stand up to that small band of -- -- markets. Harry Reid and the president putting. Our country -- actually dangerous path so it's my way or the highway that's what he's saying he's even refusal allowable under bill that he proposed. Complete surrender and a more productive being with -- -- did he -- driven nonsense I games. The senate majority leader some advice of the White House about how how to proceed I'm sorry who trophy. And we should be. Dysfunctional government and he always will be -- than one million. That's because when I have very good relationships we'll all my colleagues across -- area. --

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