Whoa, whoa, whoa! The first thing we did was implement Pay-Go?
The House voted overwhelmingly today to ban anonymous pet spending projects, known as earmarks, and to reinstate “pay as you go” spending rules.
Good for us. In fact, it may be too good. Why not pass the expensive parts of the 100-hour agenda and then implement Pay-Go? Let's hope this doesn't force us to raise taxes too broadly.

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