C-SPAN video library caught this great exchange yesterday between Senate Budget Chairman Kent Conrad (D-N.D.) and committee member Sen. Chuck GrassleyCharles (Chuck) Ernest GrassleyOvernight Cybersecurity: DHS chief eyes new ways to bolster cyber workforce | Dems grill Diamond and Silk | Senate panel approves bill to protect Mueller | Two-thirds of agencies using email fraud tool The Hill's 12:30 Report Senate panel approves bill to protect special counsel MORE (R-Iowa).

As they were negotiating a provision in the the Senate FY 2010 budget, Grassley tried to cash in a chit with Conrad, leading to this exchange:
GRASSLEY: "You remember, you asked me two years ago not to take a vote on it and you said if we did take a vote on it you might not get your budget resolution adopted. And so I did not ask for a vote on it and you said it was a very statesman-like thing for me to do at that particular time. And so I would hope you would return the favor."

CONRAD. "You know, I used to like you. Oh, you are good."

GRASSLEY: "Your wife said the same thing."

Check out the video below.



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