By Vicki Needham - 12/11/13 10:20 AM EST
The conservative Club for Growth on Wednesday came out against the budget deal struck by Rep. Paul RyanPaul RyanClinton, Trump sharpen attacks Donald Trump hasn’t moved an inch on immigration Politicians share pup pics for National Dog Day MORE (R-Wis.) and Sen. Patty MurrayPatty Murray'BernieCare' can save ObamaCare Senate Dems make Zika a campaign issue Rubio calls for lawmakers to return to DC, pass Zika funding MORE (D-Wash.).
The Club said the agreement swaps spending cuts already in place for "the dubious promise of debt reduction a decade from now.”
The Club said it would key vote against the agreement, meaning votes in favor of the argeement would be counted against lawmakers on the group’s annual scorecard.
"If Republicans work with Democrats to pass this deal, it should surprise no one when Republican voters seek alternatives who actually believe in less spending when they go to the ballot box,” Chocola said.
The Club urged Congress to pass a continuing resolution to fund the government that retains the sequester savings, instead of passing a "flawed proposal" that replaces $63 billion of the automatic cuts.
The House is expected to take up the budget on Thursday before leaving town at the end of the week.