Shutdown frustration spurring deeper look at American politics

Shutdown frustration spurring deeper look at American politics
President Barack Obama speaks about the the budget and the partial government shutdown, Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013, in the Brady Press Room of the White House in Washington. The president said he told House Speaker John Boehner he's willing to negotiate with Republicans on their priorities, but not under the threat of "economic chaos." (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)

John Carlson and frequent guest—author and military/foreign affairs analyst—Ralph Peters have an incredibly candid, unscripted and heartfelt conversation about the voter frustration boiling over with the partial government shutdown. Peters tells John Carlson he feels ‘politically homeless’ in the shutdown fight because neither Democrats or Republicans are coming close to representing him and there’s nowhere else for a disenfranchised voter to turn.