The new Ryan budget doesn't make any sense. First, it takes some of the things he claimed Obama was advocating during the election and codifies it. The math is all wrong, too. Plus, there is no way Obamacare is going to get repealed any time soon. Factoring that into his budget is wishful thinking on his part.
This past November, the majority of Americans voted against the Romney/Ryan ticket. The economy was one of the biggest issues in the presidential election, and the Ryan budget was the one espoused by the Republican candidates. The American people voted against that budget, and presenting it again shows a blatant disregard for what the people want.
Paul Ryan’s budget proposal is aimed primarily at boosting his conservative bona fides. It makes little attempt to get its numbers to add up, and relies on unrealistic assumptions such as sustained growth levels that have never been experienced in the modern era. Ryan also has little concern for the effects on average people of the cost cutting measures he proposes.
Paul Ryan has little federal experience, making his budget idea bad politics. He wants to abolish the American Care Act, which has been a godsend for many people. The GOP is so far removed from what the American people really need and Ryan is out there making a bigger mockery of what the GOP already is.