Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) and Rep. Aaron Schock (R-IL) on the Congressional Future Caucus, their new effort to fight partisan gridlock by harnessing the power of youth
Congressman Aaron Schock (R-IL) thinks his colleagues vowing to defund Obamacare need to "work in the realm of the possible."
Although Schock disagrees with the law, he thinks it's not realistic that it will be overturned while President Obama is in office.
The fight over Obamacare coupled with the prospect of a government shutdown is the latest in what seems to be a culture of crisis in Washington.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) pointed to the ongoing crises as reason that her and Schock founded the Congressional Future Caucus.
"What really fueled us to start this caucus is a frustration with these constant kind of crisis situations and a lack of long term planning and thinking for setting us up for success in the future as a country," Gabbard said.
The two hope that a new generation of congressional leaders will emerge and help the country avoid standoffs like the ones we are currently seeing in the nation's capitol.
Watch the entire interview with Reps. Gabbard and Schock above to hear more about the Congressional Future Caucus and how they plan to build it to hopefully change things in Washington.