It seems the presidential plea worked; President Obama addressed the nation in a prime-time speech, saying Democrats weren't the ones standing in the way of a debt ceiling deal. Then, he asked the public to call their members of Congress, saying they want the debt ceiling raised in a balanced proposition. Well, the phones rang and rang and rang. On the same day, Speaker John Boehner released his vision to up the borrowing limit, but it's not permanent. So who are the winners and losers? Our strategists, Karl Frisch and Jack Burkman weigh in on everything from raising the debt limit to what got the country so in debt in the first place.