If you don't live under a rock you've been hearing all of the doom-and-gloom predictions of the coming budget Sequestration, required by the Budget Control Act of 2011. This is not an unforeseen disaster, it's something that congress overwhelmingly voted for. Congress passed this bill a bit under a year ago, and now most of them are now saying it's a disaster if it goes into effect. On a percentage basis, it was more heavily supported by the Republicans. This afternoon, Mitch McConnell was on Hannity (radio), with both of them playing tag team blaming the Democrats for letting this disaster happen. Does anybody in the press ask why Congress voted last summer to have a disaster the next year? Does Hannity ask McConnell "If this is such a disaster, WHY DID YOU VOTE FOR IT?". No way! I really want to know why they voted for something they're now calling a disaster. I think anybody who voted for it and now wants it repealed should resign for incompetence. It hasn't even been a full year!