House Republicans passed a plan this week to redistribute the spending cuts forced by the failure of the super committee last year. The original plan calls for many of the cuts to come from defense spending, but most Republicans say reductions of that size leave our security vulnerable and require the cuts to be spread around to other programs. Kansas Rep. Mike Pompeo explains what the GOP is trying to do and where the party wants to cut instead of making huge reductions in defense. Pompeo also describes his effort to end funding for the Economic Development Agency - and explains what that office even does. The congressman explains how big of an issue deficit spending is to his constituents and why he thinks Mitt Romney is up to the job of reining in the red ink.