There's lots of backroom maneuvering on Capitol Hill to decide who will sit on the so-called "super" committee. That bipartisan group of twelve will be charged with finding a trillion and a half dollars in cuts over the next decade. If they fail, automatic cuts split between defense and domestic spending will kick in.
There's a lot at stake. Lobbyists are moving quickly. So just who should be on that committee? A blogger at Forbes thinks at least half the members should be female:
What do you think? Are women better at reaching concensus than men?