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On the morning of June 17, one year ago, Rep. John Boehner signed a deal that has the potential to create a new future for the U.S. economy. This is a $2.1 trillion compromise of President Obama’s calls for significant spending cuts and tax increases. The cuts were later reduced to $1.4 trillion.

This deal embodies the worst of all worlds. It traded the American public’s pain for spending cuts that will be made in the future and little more.

The Republican leadership claims they have “given away” this bill to Obama. This is a lie. They did not compromise. Boehner just wants Obama to “agree” to an earlier plan that would have cut $40 billion in spending. Here is the story:

On May 6, Boehner told reporters that he wanted to get the bill passed before the Memorial Day recess. His whip count was slanted toward the yes side. Twenty House Republicans voted no.

The issue is that the bill did not have a filibuster-proof majority of 60 votes. Only 41 Republicans were willing to vote yes. Besides Boehner, the Speaker was John Cornyn, Eric Cantor, Kevin McCarthy, Paul Ryan, and Connie Mack. This is a majority of the Republican caucus.

Boehner could have easily said “the bill is not going to be presented to the Senate until Democrats agree to the cuts.” But when the House Republican Conference had two or three meetings about the bill, the Speaker promised the lawmakers that the cuts would not be “backloaded.”

When the “deal” was announced on June 17, Boehner said, “This is my deal. Obama’s going to sign it.”

He could have said, “Our side will put a $40 billion dollars worth of cuts on the table and then we will work on the other issues.” There are a number of issues. We could have delayed the bill. Or, if the Republicans chose to stay united, they could have inserted provisions calling for $40 billion of spending cuts in exchange for the bill.

At least 50 Republicans voted for a budget deal with $40 billion of cuts. But these Republicans were not the true leaders. The truly unified front came from Cantor, Ryan, McCarthy, and Mack.