A bipartisan, two-year budget deal was made public yesterday from our hard working bozos in Congress. Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) and Sen. Patty Murray (D-WA) have been leading the negotiations and have come up with a compromise bill to fund the federal government. The bill does sidetrack some of the sequestration cuts, especially for the military, but still manages to reduce spending by some $85 Billion dollars over the two years. Should the legislation pass both wings of Congress, it will mean that we will be spared some of the politics until well after the 2014 mid-term elections. Some in the Tea Party caucus are already denouncing the bill, but the real question will be if Harry Reid and Barack Obama will support it? If the bill passes and becomes law, then Reid and Obama will have little to trash Republicans about for the next year while the GOP beats them over the head with the Obamacare failures.