Change I can believe in

Heh. Obama’s budget scares Democrats into rare moment of bipartisanship. I’ll take what I can get these days:

In a rare show of unanimous bipartisanship, House Democrats and Republicans united in their opposition to President Obama’s 2013 budget, which failed tonight with 414 votes against and zero in favor of the budget.

Such opposites as Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Rep. Michelle Bachmann joined each other in voting against the bill, but the White House preemptively dismissed the tally.

Of course the spin begins:

“But let’s be very clear: A vote on Congressman Mulvaney’s resolution is not a vote on the president’s budget,” said White House spokeswoman Amy Brundage in a statement today. “This is just a gimmick the Republicans are putting forward to distract from what the Ryan budget does: protects massive tax cuts for millionaires and billionaires while making the middle class and seniors pay.” Rep. Mick Mulvaney, R-S.C., introduced the president’s budget in order to draw a vote.

I’m not sure how you can spin zero votes in favor of Obama’s budgtet as a GOP gimmick, but such is life.

Bring on the rest of the change I can believe in this November, please!

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2 Responses

  1. Obamatons receive their news courtesy the Daily Show. So of course they’ll never know.

    Laughing at the last.

  2. If they ever hear about the vote at all (doubtful), Obamatons will have no trouble believing that no votes for Obama’s budget = overwhelming support for Obama’s policies.

    Obama’s budget, as all Obamaton’s are certain, must be mere window dressing because Obama intends his policies to be paid for by those nasty ol’ munitions-toting Republicans with their banks, coal mines, and oil wells.

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