On Wednesday, Senate Republicans blocked Democratic financial reform legislation for the third consecutive day. A growing number of GOP senators say a good, bipartisan deal was on the verge of completion. So what happened? What common ground was the committee finding? Why is the Democratic leadership pushing the original, disputed bill? What responsibility does President Obama bear for all of this? How does it fly in the face of of public statements blaming Republicans for the partisan deadlock? And what does Obama really think of the American people? We ask South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint. We also get his thoughts on the immigration debate and why conservative upstarts are thriving in this election year while the establishment candidates are struggling.