Pelosi: We Can Get a Deal Before Oct. 17

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Oct. 15 (Bloomberg) -- House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, a Democrat from California, discusses the negotiations to reopen the U.S. government and raise the debt limit with Peter Cook on Bloomberg Television's "Money Moves." (Source: Bloomberg)


That is a big difference.

It is about going to the budget table.

Frankly, i would like to list the debt ceiling for at least one year.

It is a given will be upheld.

Our constitution indicates that.

This is a good coming together for some common ground to go forward.

It is responsible.

It is a path to get the job done.

The house bill does the opposite.

It keeps the government shut down.

It is designed to default.

It has a timetable.

It does not have a path.

If you are putting on productive help in benefits from federal employees, this has nothing to do with the debt ceiling.

Even more damaging is that they want to put a prohibition on the secretary.

To think speaker boehner is putting it ahead of the country right now?

I do not know.

I do think the actions that have been taken our son.

Some of the members of the caucus are luxuries that the country cannot afford.

The debt ceiling is about the global economy.

He is but the economy here in our own country.

They will pay more for their interests.

Small businesses will pay more.

Interest rates will go down.

It has a direct impact on people personally as well as a tremendous global impact.

There is a bipartisan path put forward.

I asked of the speaker just take up that, said the back to the senate.

-- send it back to the senate.

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