President Obama's state of the union address last night included calls for bipartisanship, but amidst a heavily Democratic wish list. He promoted several proposals he's been introducing over the past couple of weeks - free community college, mandatory sick days and parental leave, higher taxes on capital gains, to name a few. These very Democratic proposals were coupled with calls for bipartisanship. Is there any hope of that less than two years before the next Presidential election?
Manu Raju, Senior Congressional Reporter for POLITICO
Matt Rodriguez, Democratic strategist, Rodriguez Strategies; former senior Obama campaign advisor in 2008
Jonathan Wilcox, Republican Strategist; former speechwriter for Governor Pete Wilson