I have never chosen my next job. I focus on what's in front of me, and serendipity steps in.
A budget matters to Americans who can't afford to see their taxes go up or lose the jobs that would be destroyed in the process.
For too long, the Democratic majority in Washington has failed to see the value in the sound model of working hard and living within your means.
I'm pragmatic. I like efficiency. I want to read what's in front of me and not have my hands tied.
Remarkably, there are leaders in Washington who don't understand why it's so important for us to have a budget.
A budget matters to people who worry about protecting and saving critical programs like Medicare and Social Security. A budget matters to younger workers who fear that more and more money will be taken from their paychecks to fund another generation's spending spree.
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