Posted on February 17, 2011 by Politisite
Never mind that it hasn’t happened yet. Lawmakers want to make sure everyone knows who is responsible if it does.
If the U.S. Congress deadlocks over spending for the rest of this fiscal year and forces a shutdown of government services when the money runs out on March 4, who will be to blame?
Democrats and Republicans may not agree on much, but they do agree on one thing – if the government shuts down it will be the other party’s fault.
The two sides have been going back and forth on the possibility of a government shut down for weeks. House Speaker John Boehner opened up a fresh round of the blame game on Thursday.
Read the rest and who blames who at Who to blame for a U.S. government shutdown? | Analysis & Opinion |.
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