When defending his state's use of Obamacare, Gov. Scott Walker responds "It's the law."
Conservative strategist Ralph Reed says S.E. Cupp is out of step with the GOP by supporting same-sex marriage.
On Crossfire, Bill Kristol and Thom Hartmann discuss the House Republicans' bill to reverse health insurance cancellations
Former NFL player Jamal Anderson says players need to be tough, but "tough guys don't need to be bad guys" in a debate with Christine Brennan.
Do Tuesday's elections show that voters eventually will accept Obamacare, or is it becoming a political disease for Democrats?
Republican Sen. David Vitter and Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders join Van Jones and Newt Gingrich in the #Crossfire tonight at 6:30pm ET to discuss.
We want you to weigh in: How do you think Obamacare affected Democrats in Tuesday’s elections?
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Van Jones and Newt Gingrich respond to today's question:
Following his re-election, political strategists debate the ability of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to compete in all 50 states.
Democratic political strategist Donna Brazile argues the Tea Party is selfish and destructive.
The New Jersey gubernatorial race has 2016 implications. Is Chris Christie the Republicans best chance of broadening their base, or alienating it?
And what does it mean if friends of the Clintons win in New York and Virginia?
Democratic strategist Donna Brazile and Republican strategist John Brabender join Newt Gingrich and Van Jones for a 2013 election edition of Crossfire.
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