"It reforms and saves Social Security and Medicare, making them solvent for 75 years, it creates millions of jobs by letting taxpayers keep an additional $600 billion of their income, it repeals Obamacare, it requires Congress to vote to approve or disapprove all major regulations," Paul said of his budget on the Senate floor.
But Paul's plan was turned away in a 18-81 vote. Aside from Paul, other Republicans voting for Paul's plan were Sens. John Barrasso (Wyo.), Tom Coburn (Okla.), John Cornyn (Texas), Mike Crapo (Idaho), Ted Cruz (Texas), Mike Enzi (Wyo.), Jeff Flake (Ariz.), James Inhofe (Okla.), Ron Johnson (Wis.), Mike Lee (Utah), Mitch McConnell (Ky.), Jerry Moran (Kan.), James Risch (Idaho), Tim Scott (S.C.), Jeff Sessions (Ala.), Richard Shelby (Ala.), and David Vitter (La.).