What Do Some Conservatives Think of the Ryan-Murray Budget? Top Tweets

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Conservative Members of Congress gathered Wednesday to talk with national press and bloggers about the Ryan-Murray budget and Obamacare, amongst other issues. Missed out on the live event hosted by Heritage? Don’t worry. You can watch the conversation here and read some of the top tweets below.

When the deal says it’s deficit reduction – it means 8,9, 10 years from now. This needs to be reported accurately. — @CongHuelskamp#cwc113 — Heritage Foundation (@Heritage) December 11, 2013

McClintock: Dems saying “I’ll gladly pay you $22 billion in spending cuts 10 years from now for $65 billion in spending today.” #CWC113 — J.C. Derrick (@jcderrick1) December 11, 2013

Rep. Raul Labrador on budget deal: “I’m undecided. I haven’t decided whether I’m a really strong no or just a no.” — Molly Ball (@mollyesque) December 11, 2013

“It’s confusing. It’s meant to be that way.” @TimHuelskamp says of finding out what specific health insurance plans offer. — Kelsey Osterman (@kelseyosterman) December 11, 2013

Rep. Mick Mulvaney, R-S.C., says he’s a “no” on the budget deal. — Cristina Marcos (@cimarcos) December 11, 2013

“It makes promises to the American people that are false.” — @Raul_Labrador #BudgetDeal #cwc113 — Heritage Foundation (@Heritage) December 11, 2013

Rep. @Raul_Labrador admits he’s pretty cynical today. On debt ceiling says “I think we should just cave because that’s what Republicans do” — Ginger Gibson (@GingerGibson) December 11, 2013

Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-Mo.) says she’s leaning yes on budget deal. #cwc113

— Mike Memoli (@mikememoli) December 11, 2013