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At a press conference with Republican leaders today, Speaker Boehner discussed President Obama and Senate Democrats’ failure to offer a serious budget or plan to replace the president’s sequester...

The president’s budget was late last year too – and it received zero votes. If there was anything bipartisan about it, it was the bipartisan rejection.

"If government spending was what causes economic growth, as the president believes, then the economy today should be booming, and the unemployment rate in America should be plummeting."

When asked by Harper Polling whether they “support or oppose the [GOP] plan to give Congress and the President three months to pass a meaningful budget or Congress will stop getting paid,” more than 72 percent said they support “no budget, no pay.

The last time Senate Democrats passed a budget, in April 2009, “the iPad didn’t even exist,” says Senator John Thune (R-SD) in the Weekly Republican Address.

“There was no indication they were ever going to do a budget,” said Speaker John Boehner, “until we announced last week that we were going to move this bill that said pass a budget or no pay.”

In an interview with Laura Ingraham today, Speaker John Boehner highlighted today’s vote on the No Budget, No Pay Act, said the House will outline a plan to balance the budget within 10 years, and discussed the importance of holding the Obama administration accountable for its response to the terrorist attack in Benghazi.

The House is voting on legislation today that gives both the House and Senate time to pass a budget – and if they don’t, they don’t get paid. Where do you stand on the issue? We’d like to know --