President Obama is on Capitol Hill for a third day to forge a compromise with Congress over the budget impasse. But the House and Senate budget plans are still far apart, there is no agreement in sight. Many Republicans, including Minnesotan Michele Bachmann, remain skeptical the President will meet them halfway. Bachmann says, "The president said he'd be happy to be bipartisan and work with us as long as we see it his way." The main sticking point is as it has always been, new taxes. The president is expected to release his budget blueprint in April.