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Conservatives Kicked Off Budget Committee to "Get a Deal"

rmiller Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 1:38 AM
Just wate till 2014 see who kicking who off one at a time
upwithRomney Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 12:18 PM
LOL. This is the kind of post I read for weeks up to the election. Not only did we not win, we lost big (and you can spin it anyway you want but we did). And, the Republicans in office know that they actually have to get re elected by a majority of the people of their district/state. So, they are beginning to see that this crazy batcrap right winged stuff is not going to do it for them. We need sensible (as Sarah would say) common sense solutions and not crazy talk or wild predictions based upon nothing but our own desires. If I want a $million and say that in 2 years I will have it but never go to work, what do you think the changes are that I will be a millionaire?

It's official. Two of the most conservative Republicans in the House have been kicked off of the House Budget Committee by Speaker John Boehner.

Representatives Tim Huelskamp of Kansas and Justin Amash of Michigan - both favorites of the anti-tax Tea Party movement - are among those Republicans voting most often against House Speaker John Boehner.

Huelskamp and Amash, who both will begin second terms in the House next month, voted against last year's deal to raise the federal debt limit and staunchly oppose any tax increases. Boehner has now included new revenue in...