Some leading national Tea Party organizations are anything but happy with Friday night’s deal on the budget that prevented a federal government shutdown.
A spokesman for the Tea Party Express tells CNN the group isn’t “very impressed” with the budget deal and says the agreement proves the Tea Party has a lot more work to do to make deeper cuts in the federal budget.
“According to the Congressional Budget Office, the U.S. budget deficit in the first six months of the current fiscal year totaled $830 billion. So you can imagine we’re not very impressed by a deal that cuts an almost trivial $38 billion,” says Tea Party Express spokesman Levi Russell. “It just shows that the Tea Party has a lot more work to do in ousting the spending-addicted liberal Democrats who refuse to stop acting like selfish children incapable of making the tough decisions voters have demanded.”
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Atrticle courtesy cnn.com