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I'm -- look at who is talking and it's obviously busy day on Capitol Hill today on top of Secretary Clinton -- the Republican caught the controlled house.
Will vote on raising the debt limit it is expected to pass despite Republicans coming out against that move so where does the Republican Party stands.
That's exactly what house majority weapon California congressman Kevin McCarthy.
Is talking about this morning here's what he had to say with Sean Hannity last night.
What's going forward right now we do not want to give any long term.
New debt limit as you go forward so what we're saying is here's the senate that has not produced a budget.
You know -- -- your listeners know it but not many across America the last time this Democrat controlled senate.
Passed a budget.
The iPad wasn't even introduced yet they've already gone through what three different versions so we're doing a short term moving the debt limit.
Past the April 15 deadline because the most responsible thing in elected officials do is do a budget how do you plan for the future.
So we move it to there and if you don't pass the budget you don't get paid and you know what.
Before that time those cuts that we fought for in the last debt limit they going to affect.
The first of the month.
Well you heard him talk about not getting paid that bill up for vote today would also withhold the pay.
For lawmakers if congress fails to pass a budget and other things will be the only.
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