The pair reversed their positions on Thursday and voted for the measure, but Ms Green and Mr Crane flipped “no”, negating the gain.
On the other side of the aisle, the deranged Democrats, Mr. They were stunned Thursday morning when they realized the vote would fail after McCarthy tried a second time.
“Really a decline,” said Representative Rosa DeLauro of Connecticut, the senior Democrat on the Appropriations Committee. “There’s really no leadership. You know, you have to provide direction; you have to provide leadership, no matter how difficult it is.
But issues of security were only the most immediate challenge. On Thursday, a group of hard-right Republicans, Mr. McCarthy made it clear that they would oppose any stopgap funding plan, no matter what he offered them. Among the group’s blockers on military spending — Mr. Biggs, Mr. Crane, Mr. Rosendale, Mr. Bishop – and Mr. The leader of Republican opposition to McCarthy’s plans includes several others, including Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida.
“Elections have consequences, and people in my house are saying, ‘Stop spending so much money,'” Rep. Tim Burchett, Republican of Tennessee, said on CNN. He is Mr. He dismissed McCarthy’s plan as a “30-day fix” and said Congress should pass a real budget. “The only way you can get this country out of so-called continuing resolutions is to stop passing them,” he said when asked if there was any short-term funding plan he could support.
Rep. Anna Paulina Luna, Republican of Florida, wrote negatively on Platform X: “I saw what happened with the debt ceiling. I saw the negotiations and what happened in the Senate. Hold the line #NOCR”
Luke Broadwater And Carl Hulse Contributed report.