Last year, New Hampshire Republican Rep. Frank Guinta defeated a MoveOn liberal to ride a Tea Party wave into Congress. Guinta, a former mayor of Manchester, said he was focused on the deficit and limited government. True to form, he voted to cut even more discretionary money from the GOP's pared-down budget — a plan even 92 Republicans rejected. How's that working out for him in New Hampshire? What does it say about the upcoming budget showdown?