Passing a yearly budget for the federal government is a fundamental responsibility of Congress. But in 2010, neither the House nor the Senate did so.
Senate Democrats were expected to bring up the House Republicans’ 2012 budget plan for a vote this week, but not their own plan which remains under lock and key.
Yesterday I spoke with the terribly smart, tough, fiscal conservative Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK) about why he walked out of the "Gang of Six" bipartisan budget talks.
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