Coward Democrats Leading Congress

The House passed a Defense Appropriations bill on Thursday and the Democrats attached a document that deemed as “passed” a budget that does not exist. The Democrats basically deemed that a non existent 1.1 TRILLION dollar budget that does not exist has passed and this will allow them to spend money for fiscal year 2011 which begins on October 1st.

Last night, as part of a procedural vote on the emergency war supplemental bill, House Democrats attached a document that “deemed as passed” a non-existent $1.12 trillion budget. The execution of the “deeming” document allows Democrats to start spending money for Fiscal Year 2011 without the pesky constraints of a budget.

The procedural vote passed 215-210 with no Republicans voting in favor and 38 Democrats crossing the aisle to vote against deeming the faux budget resolution passed. Human Events

This has never happened since the creation of the Congressional Budgetary process. Democrats are worried about how their big time spending looks back home in an election year (and only because it is an election year) so they are using cowardly means to keep spending money.

One would think if they are worried about voter reaction they would change what they are doing but instead they are using cowardly means to keep on doing business as usual.

All voters should be outraged at this and the blatant disregard for our deficit and the debt. Voters should be equally outraged that Congress has refused to pass a budget because appropriating money is a Constitutional obligation of the Congress.

If these people are not willing to do their jobs then it is time we voted them out and replaced them with people who are willing to do the job.

Maybe next April 15th all taxpayers should deem that their taxes have been paid and see how that goes over.

Never surrender, never submit.
Big Dog

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