Yesterday, Robert Novak reported:
If Bush goes ahead with these vetos, it would help bolster the arguments fiscal conservatives and libertarians were making last fall that electing a Democratic Congress would do more to contain the growth of the budget than reinstalling the Republican majority. The argument they were making was that Bush would be more likely to veto excessive spending coming from Democrats than he would if it were Republican excessive spending. That hypothesis is looking pretty good right now.
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