The more pundits pronounce the death of bipartisanship, the more it apparently thrives. And so it is that Alabama Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions (pictured)
, who opposed the bank bailouts, the economic stimulus package, even the deal President Barack Obama reached last month with Republican leaders to extend Bush-era tax cuts, is already cooperating with Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad, D-N.D, Politico reports
“Sessions and Conrad already are out front in the new Congress, talking in earnest about a potential framework for the budget,” the news service states. “They get along well, often chatting at the gym. They both prioritize debt reduction. And they’re discussing the idea of a two-year budget plan, rather than the annual blueprint that has to be crafted each spring.”
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