CANDY’S POST-GAME ANALYSIS
What we learned this Sunday is that the super committee is going to come out with a super zero. They’re not going to come up with anything. Not that the co-chairman of that panel said so. In fact, [Sen] Patty Murray says she will be sitting by her phone all day waiting for a Republican to see the light and agree to tax increases for the wealthy. It’s not going to happen. She’s going to be sitting by her phone all day long. So the fact is, what we learned is, we’ve moved on to the next stage, which is, who is responsible for the super committee collapse.
Candy shares her thoughts on this week's edition of State of the Union.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice shares her thoughts on the 2012 GOP contenders and reveals whether she might consider joining a presidential cabinet or not.
Sen. Patty Murray (D) Co-Chair, Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction weighs in on the committee's last minute negotiations to strike a deal.
Sen. Rand Paul (R) says automatic cuts that would follow a 'super committee' failure may be the only way to reach a deal.
Former U.S. congressman Bob Walker, and Republican Strategist Rich Galen share their thoughts on the "new" Newt.
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On our radar this morning: the super committee's countdown clock, Newt Gingrich's front page status, and the Syrian president's defiant remarks.
Check out what we're reading, and be sure to watch our show today with super committee co-chair Sen. Patty Murray and former secretary of state Condoleezza Rice.