Emphasis on 'may:' they're considering coming up with an alternative to the GOP budget plan that was released today. If the Democrats feel like it. And if Ranking Budget Member Chris Van Hollen can get his head around the big numbers involved. That's not guaranteed, given that Van Hollen's past experience with big, scary numbers shows that he has a bad tendency to go full-bore delusional when he's in trouble; besides, it would also probably require Van Hollen to be able to take off his shoes by himself, and, well, some things are harder than they look.
Yes, that was snide. What makes you think I care? I'm too busy being annoyed that the only grown-ups in Washington DC right now all have Rs after their names; it gets tiring to have to do all the intellectual heavy lifting on an issue.
Besides, the only people that will get huffy are Democrats, and they should be doing something more useful with their lives anyway. Getting mad at the way that their elected officials are all off in the Magical Kingdom of Self-Abuse over budget policy would be an excellent start; you'd think that the drool and the vacant expressions and the general looks of genial idiocy that their legislators are displaying right now would bother Democrats, but apparently not...
(H/T: Hot Air Headlines)
Moe Lane (crosspost)