The Democratic takeover in the House of Representatives left a smaller, more conservative Republican caucus that has little interest in going along with President Obama’s proposals. The Nation‘s Washington editor Chris
Hayes compares soliciting GOP advice on the stimulus to asking Quakers to draw up battle plans. He also discusses how the Democratic leadership might change their approach to bipartisanship in the Senate to pass the stimulus.

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