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  • The Buzz with Buzz: Government shutdown or government breakdown?

    Congress has extended its deadline to compromise on the budget before the government "shuts down." But when a government shutdown looms, the conflict is rarely about a "clash of values" — as McClatchy Bureau Editor Steven "Buzz" Thomma explains, it's a sign that Washington is unable to do its job. [Editor's note: this video was originally published December 7, 2015]

The Buzz with Buzz: Government shutdown or government breakdown?

Congress has extended its deadline to compromise on the budget before the government "shuts down." But when a government shutdown looms, the conflict is rarely about a "clash of values" — as McClatchy Bureau Editor Steven "Buzz" Thomma explains, it's a sign that Washington is unable to do its job. [Editor's note: this video was originally published December 7, 2015]
Natalie Fertig McClatchy