Rep. Allen West knows exactly how he'll vote when the final version
of Friday night's budget deal comes before the House: No way.
The bipartian agreement will slice $38.5 billion in federal spending, but West says that's not enough, Politico
reports. So he says he will vote against the measure when it arrives in Capitol Hill sometime next week. Congress approved a stopgap measure after the budget deal to keep the federal government operating until final details in the budget deal can be hammered out.
"It's all about the money," said West (R-Fla.).
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