Washington Week

Webcast Extra - October 7, 2011

Special | 8m 44s

War weariness has set in as the Afghanistan war reaches it's ten-year mark. Not even President Bush expected it to last this long. Also, is the occupy Wall Street movement the liberal version of the Tea Party and how long will it last? Plus, everyone waits to see if the Supercommittee is effective. And, issues of indecency go before SCOTUS.

Aired: 10/07/11

Rating: NR

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