U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks said most members of the House believe in lowering taxes as a solution to spur America’s economy while the White House and Senate “elected gridlock.”
“It’s difficult to compromise when each body believes their philosophy is correct,” he said.
For that basic reason, Alabama’s 5th District congressman doesn’t see a path to preventing sequestration from taking effect March 1, when federal agencies will suffer across-the-board spending cuts.
Brooks made the comments Friday morning to about 30 members of the Decatur-Morgan County Chamber of Commerce.
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