My support is based on two major points, and a retort to the fears of others. First, a two year budget promotes long term thinking in Congress, something sorely lacking in a country that inadequately invests in both its infrastructure and human capital. Second, in an age when most projects cannot be completed in a single budget cycle, this provides certainty to contractors and project managers that priorities and spending are less likely to change. Finally, to those worried about "emergency spending needs," or "changing projections," Congress already deals with these on an annual budgetary basis through "special appropriations" or supplemental spending bills. It is exceedingly common at present, and would not change under a biannual budgetary process. There is no solid argument to not support this measure; congress has resisted what is good parliamentary (and public) policy because each budget fight gives individuals a chance to grandstand. It's time we end such an inefficient practice.