The National Debt Clock, which displays the current United States gross national debt and each American family’s share, hangs on a wall next to an office for the Internal Revenue Service near Times Square, in New York, May 16, 2011. REUTERS/Chip East
It’s been a tumultuous month for Congress.
Why did it take them so long to come to a deal? And why did Washington bring America to the brink of default before actually making that deal?
In his weekly video chat, Brad Hirschfield suggests that we’re addicted to crisis. Do you think this is true? And if it is, will anything ever be solved in a timely manner?
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