The President's promise on Obamacare is called "the lie of the year." State of the Union's political panel discusses the political implications of Obamacare, jobs, and the economy.
DNC Communications Director Mo Elleithee, Former Ohio Secy. of State Ken Blackwell and USA Today's Susan Page on the GOP tutoring its male candidates on issues that are sensitive to women.
(CNN) – The Republican divide over whether to shut down the federal government in a bid to end President Barack Obama's health care law is merely a tactical split, rather than a larger ideological rift, the party's national chairman said Sunday.
Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus, speaking on CNN's "State of the Union," said he wasn't picking a side on the issue, which has pitted establishment party members against their younger colleagues.FULL STORY
The future of the republican party with Rep. Peter King, Paul Begala, Cornell Belcher, Ana Navarro and Chris Plante.
Reince Priebus RNC Chairman on Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, the Buffett rule, and the 2012 race.
On the Buffett Rule, Priebus said "This is Obama's strategy. Look over here at this shiny object here. Don't look at the big picture, an economy on the brink that I didn't do a thing about and made things worse. That's what this is about."
On the presumptive GOP nominee, Preibus said "Mitt Romney had a great month and he's clearly on a pathway to be the presumptive nominee and we're going to have a unified party when this is all said and done. ... I think people around this country know that this election is about the future of America, and we want to be able to tell people that you can work hard, you can play by the rules and you can still live the American dream, but we need to have a Republican in the White House."