There you go again talking crap you have heard on Fox, that you do not have a clue what it even means.<quoted text>Democrats still have control of the Senate and have not passed a budget in years! Enjoy it..
1.Normalization of the filibuster has effectively eliminated any reason for a Senate majority to adopt a budget.
2.A budget has no real legal authority.
3.It is not a law.
4.The budgets approved by the different Houses of Congress are basically just statements of intent. It is mostly just a declaration of what the majority wants to do.
5. While a budget is not subject to a filibuster basically every bill is. The Senate majority could approve a budget but thanks to the filibuster being used to create a de facto 60 vote threshold, the majority is unable to even get any bills based on its budget out of the Senate.
6.There is no point in creating a legislative blueprint when you lack the ability to turn those plans into action. The routine use of the filibuster has eliminated any logic for a Senate majority approving budget.
"But in today’s contentious political climate the filibuster has been used in record numbers (nearly 400 times in the 112th Congress) to block votes and debate, and the requirement for 60 votes to end a filibuster has proved virtually insurmountable"
I think you need to go batting practice big boy.