House has passed the Paul Ryan budget by a vote of 228-191. GOP reminding all that Senate Dems. haven't passed one in three years— West Wing Reports (@WestWingReport) March 29, 2012
No Democrat voted for Rep. Paul Ryan’s proposal, which seeks to balance the budget in 20 years or less (depending on whether you believe that pro-growth budgets increase economic growth or not), and 10 Republicans voted against it as well.
It’s likely those Republicans wanted a faster path to a balanced budget. In all, today’s vote was comparable to last year’s vote.