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Charlie Cook, editor and publisher of The Cook Political Report, diagnoses the Republican party's psyche following the re-election of President Obama. Cook further declares that the GOP has a flawed model for winning future elections if their base constituency is simply white males.
Dick Gephardt, president and CEO of Gephardt Government Affairs, predicts what could happen to the American economy if a resolution isn't met regarding the impending fiscal cliff.
The National Journal's Ron Fournier and Beth Reinhard deconstruct why GOP candidate Mitt Romney and the Republicans lost the 2012 Presidential Election.
Bill Pierce, a senior vice president of APCO Worldwide, lays out the plan the Obama Administration should follow during the lame duck session in Congress. Despite the resounding affirmation of his agenda, Pierce declares that Obama should work to build a bridge to the opposing Republicans.
The National Journal's Scott Bland and John A. Farrell share what they learned about the electorate following the 2012 Presidential Election.
Whit Ayres, president of North Star Opinion Research, declares that Republican need to reset their platform to the Ronald Reagan mindset of welcoming any voter who shares conservative values, irrespective of race and color.