GOP decries federal budget

But where was Brownback on challenging Bush’s budgets?


Sen. Sam Brownback, R-Kan., said Friday the Republican minority in Congress was justified in opposing budget legislation spending about $3.6 trillion for government.

The House and Senate adopted different spending plans Thursday night for 2010 without a single GOP vote. The two versions of the spending blueprint will be negotiated during a two-week break.

“I voted against it,” Brownback said in a telephone interview. “It taxes way too much. It’s too heavily deficit-financed.”

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