Skip to comments.Congressional negotiators unveil $1.1T spending bill
Posted on 01/14/2014 6:19:04 AM PST by SoFloFreeper
Congressional negotiators unveiled a bipartisan, $1.1 trillion spending bill Monday night that will reverse a 1 percent cut to cost-of-living increases for disabled veterans and provide $1.525 billion in aid to Egypt, among other provisions.
...The GOP-led House is slated to vote on the measure Wednesday, less than 48 hours after it became public. In their campaign to take over the House in 2010, Republicans promised a 72-hour review period....
But conservatives can take heart that overall spending for daily agency operations has been cut by $79 billion, or 7 percent, from the high-water mark established by Democrats in 2010. That cut increases to $165 billion, or 13 percent, when cuts in war funding and disaster spending are accounted for.
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“Let’s take veto proof control next November “
Not going to happen. We need to pick up 22 in the senate and only 19 are available. Best case is we pick up 9 to get to 54.
$1.525 billion in aid to Egypt???
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot!
Oh yes. We all know the GOPe can't wait to cut government down to size.
(/HEAVY DUTY sarcasm)
So, maybe I’ll get my orders cut for my school tour that starts in a week. Hope there are some seats left between San Antonio and Montgomery, AL by then...