'Rep. Mick Mulvaney (R-S.C.) said that passing the Rogers measure makes political sense, because if the Senate rejects it and wants to spend more, it will be responsible for shutting down the government after March 27.
Jordan said that the five-part budget strategy hatched by House leaders in January is working. The victories started when the House used the debt-ceiling increase to force the Senate to do a budget for the first time in four years.
"Conservatives are making a difference," he said. After the House passed the "No, Budget, No Pay" law, "the next day Chuck Schumer finds Jesus," he said, by agreeing to do a Senate budget.'