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25 April 2012

DWS: Oooohh, Hush, Hush, Keep It Down Now. Voices And My Idiocy Carry.

Music to read by:

Hush hush keep it down now voices (and my idiocy) carry 

Hush hush keep it down now voices (and my idiocy) carry 

Hush hush keep it down now voices (and my idiocy) carry


"Focusing on process is not what the American people are interested in. What they’re interested is making sure the Romney-Ryan budget, that ends Medicare as we know it, that would allow student loan interest rates to double [doesn't pass].”

- Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, Democratic National Committee Chairwoman, 24 April 2012  



IT IS NOT ABOUT "PROCESS," Stom ta'peh, Kalba!!!  It's about the law and you can shakli b'tahat!!! 


Pursuant to the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974:


SEC. 300. The timetable with respect to the congressional budget
process for any fiscal year is as follows:

On or before: 


First Monday in February: President submits his budget.

February 15: CBO submits report to Budget Committees.

February 25: Committees submit views and estimates to Budget Committees.

April 1: Senate Budget Committee reports concurrent resolution on the budget.

April 15: Congress completes action on concurrent resolution on the budget and is required to adopt a budget resolution.

May 15: Annual appropriation bills may be considered in the House.

June 10: House Appropriations Committee reports last annual appropriation bill.

June 15: Congress completes action on reconciliation legislation.

June 30: House completes action on annual appropriation bills.

October 1: Fiscal year begins.


The above can be found on page 513.


The budget is not a “process.” There are deadlines prescribed BY LAW.