The only good thing about the GOP's budget cut bill (a bill that is more about meanness than anything else—it's mean because if implemented, it will make no real dent on the deficit) is that it received not a single Democratic vote:

The House has approved a sweeping package of budget cuts that, if enacted, would shrink the federal government's role in American life, curtailing its involvement in healthcare, social services, environmental regulation, child care and research.

The bill, approved 235-189 Saturday with overwhelming Republican support and over united Democratic opposition, would reduce federal spending by more than $60 billion over the next seven months.

Let's hope this spine can hold.