WASHINGTON, D.C. -- It doesnt look good for a new Farm Bill. Senators and members of the House left Washington without sending a bill to the presidents desk. Representative Mac Thornberry voted against the bill that passed in House. He says there are many options if the House and Senate cant agree on a new Farm Bill -- including extending the one passed in 2002. "Thats not bad for our region, but again, its the partisan politicalization of farm policy that I dont think has ever happened before in modern history," Thornberry said. Thornberry adds that the legislation is another example of the polarization in Washington.