• Sherrod Brown 5 years ago: Budgets are "moral documents"

    by  • May 10, 2012 • Uncategorized

    Last Thursday marked another sad milestone in the saga of our do-nothing Senate. It marked 1,100 days since the Senate had passed a budget. Surely, since Sherrod Brown touts his “fiscal responsibility” on his website, he has been on the Senate floor demanding that his Senate colleagues introduce a budget, right?

    Er…OK that was a silly question.

    But, the fact is, Sherrod actually used to think budgets were not only important, they were morally required.

    Sherrod Brown once described a budget as a “moral document”. Now, however, he claims that it really isn’t all that meaningful.

    This guy is a serious embarrassment to Ohio. Make sure you do what you can to help Josh Mandel send him packing this November.

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