To shutdown or not to shutdown that is the question.
Check it out:
An off-the-record meeting was held on Wednesday with some conservative members of the Republican Party. The topic du jour? Should Republicans shut down the government again in January when the (latest) continuing resolution expires? Gulp:
Conservative leaders from more than a dozen outside groups warned congressional Tea Party Caucus members against another government shutdown.
A heated discussion broke out Wednesday at a closed-door Tea Party Caucus meeting organized by the group TheTeaParty.net, according to a source in the room.
The consensus in the meeting was that House Republicans should work to avoid another government funding fight when current funding levels expire on Jan. 15 — “though there was a vocal minority cheering it on,” according to an attendee who was not authorized to speak about an off-the-record meeting.