Forget the Winter Olympics. One of the most popular sports in Washington these days appears to be the blame game. With the loss of the Democrats' filibuster-proof majority in the Senate and healthcare reform struggling in the final lap, questions are cropping up about who's to blame. On this rebroadcast of today's To the Point, guest host Chery Glaser speaks with some critics of Barack Obama's inner circle who say that the Obama White House is more focused on campaigning than governing. Also, LA Schools chief proposes a shorter year and higher property taxes, and jury duty gets the economic cold shoulder.
Banner image: President Barack Obama confers with chief of staff Rahm Emanuel. Photo: John Moore/Getty Images