Video: Examiner and Weekly Standard discuss 2010 election and its aftermath

In case you missed it last Friday, the Washington Examiner and its sister magazine the Weekly Standard held a panel discussion to discuss the 2010 elections and the future of American politics. Participating in the discussion were the Examiner’s Byron York, Michael Barone, and Susan Ferrechio. They were joined by Standard colleagues William Kristol and Fred Barnes.

To watch the panel in its entirety (which includes an uncorrected transcript), click here for the C-SPAN page with the video. To watch different portions of the show, click on the videos below.

Part 1 — What happened in 2010?

Part 2 — How big was the election for Republicans?

Part 3 — What can the GOP accomplish with a majority?

Part 4 — Will the GOP lead House be able to cut spending?

Part 5 — Who will challenge President Obama in 2012

Part 6 — Who will run in 2012?

Part 7 — Pelosi’s future as minority leader

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