Video: Ethics Office Could Be First Tea Party Split From GOP
WASHINGTON - NOVEMBER 18: U.S. Rep. Charlie Rangel (D-NY) reacts during a House Committee on Standards of Official Conduct, hearing November 18, 2010 in Washington, DC. During the hearing the committee's chief counsel Blake Chisam recommended that Rangel be censured after being convicted of 11 ethics violations on Tuesday. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)(Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
Might a dispute over the future of an ethics oversight office be the first test of the relationship between tea party lawmakers and Republican leadership? Watch the video below to get Alex Roarty's take on the potential fissure.