Opposition to another stop-gap continuing resolution is growing as Rep. Tim Huelskamp, R-KS, has announced that he will vote against such a proposal.
...The new CR is unacceptable because it "omits many of the priorities the American people demanded we pass in H.R. 1: stopping job-killing EPA regulations, defunding Obamacare, and denying taxpayer funding of Planned Parenthood and abortion. By allowing continued funding of these liberal priorities, we are ignoring the mandate of the American people," the Kansas Republican said
This list of (R) Congressmen who are interested in actual budget reduction and reform (such as Huelskamp) does not seem to include Sensenbrenner.
Eggs has a similar post:
Perhaps the most disappointing action of the short life of this Congress is their action, or rather, inaction of dealing with a budget.
As part of their campaign promises, the House Republican leadership comitted to a $100 B spending reduction for the current fiscal year. However, each time they go to the microphone, that number seems to slip. At this point, the House budget has $60 B in cuts with concerns being raised that this amount is “draconian.”
Draconian? Really? We had a deficit of $222 B in February ALONE and someone has the audacity to think $60 B is a problem?
More at the link.