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Paul Ryan’s Budget Faces a Perilous Future

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House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan (center) is hoping Republican panel members help vote his fiscal 2013 budget out of committee today.

Carney said Obamas budget shrinks the annual deficit to a very manageable level and follows a balanced approach that bipartisan budget groups have all used, with a mix of revenue and spending cuts. He said the presidents approach largely follows the Simpson-Bowles fiscal commission, which Obama never fully embraced.

Senior administration officials, meanwhile, insisted that a Republican push to undo the sequester on defense spending wasnt going anywhere, and they are already looking ahead to the lame-duck session after the elections for a climactic battle over spending and taxes.

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