“I want to be supportive because I know Paul worked hard on it, but – and he says it doesn’t violate our principles – but it violates the previous agreement we had. And that’s kinda part of my principles,” Gohmert told CNSNews.com.
“And I know it’s part of the president’s principles,” he continued. “Clearly, President Obama does not want the budget caps burst through. Why would I say that? It’s because the president, I heard him very clearly with my own ears saying that if a bill is agreed to by both Houses and he puts his signature on it, and the Supreme Court doesn’t strike it down, then it’s the law and we’re not changing it.
“So he had the idea of the sequestration. Both Houses passed that bill and he signed it into law. It’s been upheld, so it is the law of the land – the court hasn’t struck it down. So obviously, unless the president wasn’t being truthful when he said that, then he would surely want the sequestration cuts to remain in place.”
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