The bipartisan budget agreement released yesterday on Capitol Hill has been attacked by conservative groups, including Heritage Action, the Club for Growth and Americans for Prosperity. House Speaker John Boehner was asked today about their opposition. He accused the groups "who came out and opposed it before they ever saw it," as "using the American people for their own goals... If you're for more deficit reduction, you're for this agreement." Janet Hook is congressional correspondent for the Wall Street Journal.