Democrats Focus Government Shutdown Blame On Boehner

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For days, House Speaker John Boehner has said all he wants is for President Obama to talk to him, to negotiate, to compromise. But Senate Democrats say they did talk, they did negotiate, they did compromise — and all it got them was Boehner reneging on a deal when his Tea Party caucus wouldn't accept it. Those bad feelings are hurting chances for a new agreement.
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