Democrats and Republicans kicked the can down the street with the idea that the secretive supercommittee would make the hard choices on deficit cutting instead of them. In this example of bipartisanship, it appears the interests of average citizens may be left unheard; the supercommittee only listens to certain lobbyists. Burt’s guest is Huffington Post columnist and financial economic advisor RJ Eskow. All is not lost. Not yet.