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Project 21's Borelli on Budget Deal: Congress "Can Do Better"

As liberals play the blame game — trying to pin the narrowly-averted government slowdown on tea party movement pressure — Project 21 fellow Deneen Borelli notes the liberals failed to pass a budget at the appointed time when they controlled Congress last year.  Furthermore, the American people expect more common sense from lawmakers right now when it comes to reforming out-of-control spending — nothing that the agreed-upon amount cut was far from radical and that Congress “can do better.”

This discussion with Fox News Channel host Greg Jarrett was part of the 4/10/11 edition of “America’s News Headquarters.”

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