Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Live With In Your Budget, Not Congressman Steve Kagen

First from the LakeLand-Times
"Steve Kagen writes, "Being fiscally responsible must begin somewhere, so let it start with me."
Overspending is not a good thing, congressman

So Kagen tells his constituents one thing and he and his friends in Washington do another. Kagen only does what Nancy Pelosi tells him to do or tells him what to say.

From Paul Ryan via Charlie Sykes.
"From Paul Ryan:
WASHINGTON – Since the implementation of the 1974 Budget Act, the House has never failed to pass a budget resolution – until now. House Democratic leaders announced this morning that they will make no attempt to even propose a budget. In response to this unprecedented budget failure and efforts to give the appearance of budgeting while sidestepping the tough decisions that budgets require, House Budget Committee Ranking Republican Paul Ryan (WI) issued the following statement:"
NO BUDGET | Newsradio 620 - Milwaukee, Wisconsin News, Talk, Sports, Weather | Charlie Sykes
They don't need no stink'n budget,
they're democrats.

So who will ask Kagen about this and will he explain it?

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