Two major fiscal debates are playing out in Congress – over the tax rate compromise and the proposed $1.1 trillion omnibus spending package.  Why are more and more House Republicans souring on the tax compromise?  What earmark-type clutter is now part of the package?  We ask Georgia Rep. Jack Kingston, a key member of the House Appropriations Committee.  Kingston also rails against the omnibus bill, calling it a pork-laden monstrosity.  He also explains how the Appropriations Committee will act differently when the GOP controls it next year.

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