Paul Ryan Budget
April 5, 2011 by USA Post
Paul Ryan Budget, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan unveiled its highly anticipated fiscal 2012 budget on Tuesday, to structure the conservative vision for the future of America and perhaps to lay the political basis of 2012 Republican presidential candidate.
For conservatives, the 10-year plan, Republican of Wisconsin to cut about 6 trillion and expenditure is a product of bold leadership that will begin to curb the rights out of control and slash deficits.
For liberals, this is a nkd aggression on the poor, disabled and elderly, along with massive tax cuts for the privileged.
In truth, it is a purely political document – an ambitious, decorated with colored graphics and tables, which are the subject of countless commercials, fundraising e-mails and discuss issues in both presidential and laws in 2012.
This could cause some discomfort for Republicans in swing districts. But many of them deal with issues in terms sister Ryan, his “roadmap for the future of America and lived to tell.”
It was clear within moments of the official release of the budget to 10 hours it has attracted the attention of the GOP field still developing presidential.
“Thanks to Paul Ryan to the Congress, the American people finally have a real person with leadership in Washington,” said Tim Pawlenty 2012 contender in a statement released Tuesday morning. “Obama has no lead and make difficult choices all his time at the White House. We must get our fiscal house in order with real spending cuts and real structural reforms that prevent the spending spree before bankrupts our country. ”
How it defines the presidential debate remains an open question.
“Based on voting independents and women, especially in the Midwest, you must have a plan to reduce debt to be credible,” said Rob Collins, president of the American Action Network. “Most campaigns, including Obama, to modify their proposals, either Ryan or Ryan-light-heavy, but this plan will be the budget debate for 2012.”
The most shameless praise from former Florida Governor Jeb Bush. Ryan “has proposed a brave, telling the truth and the historic budget, the son and brother of former presidents tweeted Tuesday morning
But this view is not universal. Like the presidential candidates can borrow against the plan of Ryan, it will be year’s echoes of Republican orthodoxy and platform construction.
“The outlines of the national debate on spending, deficits and the size of government have already been fixed. So it is a certainty that the Republican contest is to find the best candidate, many of which are not in Congress, to go against Obama on reducing spending and creating jobs, “Kevin Madden, an adviser to Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign, told Politico.” But voters across the country are not as likely as the crowd in Washington to try the individual candidates through the prism of a battle by proxy on a specific legislative proposal. I expect each candidate in the race in 2012 were a record and a vision of their own to present to voters. “
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