By Javier Manjarres
As expected, U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) voted against the Senate Democrat budget that he says call for about $1.5 trillion in tax increases and “piling on $7.3 trillion in debt over the next decade. Other Senate Republicans and four Democrat Senators joined Rubio in voting against Harry Reid’s budget.
According to Rubio, the plan would kill 850K jobs, slash household incomes by $1,512 per year.
Here is what Rubio said about his vote-
“After four years of hiding their true priorities, early this morning Senate Democrats made them very clear – tax increases and debt spending. They passed a radical tax and spend budget without any concern for what these things do to the middle class.
“The Senate Democrat budget is so extreme and reckless that four Democrats who happen to be up for re-election voted against it. Our people deserve a serious plan to grow our economy and slow Washington’s debt spending.”-Senator Marco Rubio
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