Senate Democrats & Kent Conrad

The Senate Democratic Caucus (or Conference) is the formal organization of the current 51 Democratic Senators in the United States Senate. Gaylord Kent Conrad (born March 12, 1948) is the senior United States Senator from North Dakota. He is a member of the North Dakota Democratic-NPL Party, the North Dakota affiliate of the Democratic Party. 2.0/5

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Carlyn Roguemore liked Jennifer Rubin: Senate Democrats punt on the budget, again: Sen. Kent Conrad (D-N.D.) had a…
There They Go Again: Senate Democrats Break Promise to Finally Produce a Budget tabula rasa · Andrew Stiles at Washington Free Beacon reports that, despite Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad's promise that the Senate would actually draft a budget and despite the fact that "the chairman’s staff had been coordinating with staffers in preparation for a full markup session complete with multiple votes on amendments," Conrad has now announced that he will not be drafting a budget prior to the 2012 election. Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions, the senior Republican on the Budget Committee, says it all: “Chairman Conrad’s stunning announcement, forced on him by his party, is a defining moment in 2012 and a national embarrassment for a Senate majority that is unable to meet the great challenge of our time.” All I can say is that with leaders like Harry Reid and his ilk we are doomed. Nero is their role model. We stand at the edge of the abyss and they do nothing. I feel outraged and nauseated.
Rep. Miller News Letter... Today, April 29, 2012, marks the three-year anniversary of the last time Senate Democrats passed a budget. Three entire years since the upper chamber set out a plan to guide federal spending, something actually required by law, but regularly ignored by Senate Democrats. Putting together a budget is difficult work, especially in tough fiscal times when spending has been out of control for so long. But, just because the task is difficult, does not mean it shouldn’t or can't be done. Despite the heavy political pressure, House Republicans have introduced and passed a budget in each of the last two years we have been in the majority. Each budget has made difficult choices about containing future spending, but it made these difficult choices because that is what we were elected to do. Tellingly, even some Senate Democrats are not pleased with their inability to govern. Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad (D-ND) announced in early April that his committee intended to ...
History in Making: Senate Democrats Fail to Pass Budget 3 Years Straight Written on April 18, 2012 by V2A, Filed underEconomics, Government, History, Law, Politics 0 The Democrats’ decision was revealed in a series of surprise announcements by Sen. Kent Conrad, the chairman of the Democratic-cont...
Kent Conrad, who chairs the Senate Budget Committee, announced Democrats won’t -- for the third year in a row -- offer a formal budget, in clear violation of federal law. Many Democrats didn't even bother to show up to the meeting. The empty seats shown are where Senate Democrats would have been sitting, if they cared at all about America's future. Senators are paid over $160,000 a year. And Democrats can’t even be bothered to do the most basic thing we pay them to do -- passing a federal budget. It’s time to judge Kent Conrad -- and the rest of the Democrat Senate -- “very, very, harshly.”
For the third year in a row, Democrats controlling the Senate have failed to produce a serious budget. Democratic Budget Committee Chairman Sen. Kent Conrad tabled the vote late Wednesday, arguing with (and perhaps at the behest of) Democratic leadership that the August debt-ceiling deal technically...
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