My latest at the Center for Individual Freedom explains how Congress continues to overspend. Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama keeps fighting against the bad guys, however. See it all here.
Here are a couple of the paragraphs:
Back in April, more than three-fifths of the Senate voted to directly violate the budget agreement reached during debt-ceiling negotiations, by spending $34 billion more during the next 10 years on the Postal Service than the agreement allows. Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama, ranking Republican on the Budget Committee, raised a point of order against the budget-busting bill, but the Democratic majoritysteamrolled right past him.
Sessions now complains that Senate budgeteers overall are adding $14 billion more in debt for 2013 alone than the budget deal allows. “This is how a country goes broke,” Sessions wrote in a letter to retiring Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad of North Dakota.
There’s lots more where that came from.
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