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  • centralctcommunications
    4/25/2017 Mike Orazzi | Staff A M37 military three-quarter ton truck seen in Terryville Tuesday.

    4/25/2017 Mike Orazzi | Staff
A M37 military three-quarter ton truck seen in Terryville Tuesday.

  • janellsummer
    Surplus madilyn

    Surplus madilyn

  • Chris
    Surplus feast oct 15th 2016 11

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  • journalrecord
    Amy Simpson is Purchasing Agent for the City of Oklahoma City.

    Amy Simpson is Purchasing Agent for the City of Oklahoma City.

  • journalrecord
    Amy Simpson is Purchasing Agent for the City of Oklahoma City.

    Amy Simpson is Purchasing Agent for the City of Oklahoma City.

  • Dave Anderson
    Crown Surplus

    Crown Surplus

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    The City of Oklahoma City is autioning three surplus 2012 Harley-Davidson motorcylces at http://www.okc.gov/surplus .

    The City of Oklahoma City is autioning three surplus 2012 Harley-Davidson motorcylces at http://www.okc.gov/surplus .

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  • MARTYPEARL .COM (martypearl)
    An older generation Hummer was also provided by the Department of Defense to the Jeffersontown Police Department. The beefed-up vehicle's usage to date includes the practical function of helping motorists in winter weather. 9/10/14

    An older generation Hummer was also provided by the Department of Defense to the Jeffersontown Police Department. The beefed-up vehicle's usage to date includes the practical function of hel ...

  • MARTYPEARL .COM (martypearl)
    An older generation Hummer was also provided by the Department of Defense to the Jeffersontown Police Department. The beefed-up vehicle's usage to date includes the practical function of helping motorists in winter weather. 9/10/14

    An older generation Hummer was also provided by the Department of Defense to the Jeffersontown Police Department. The beefed-up vehicle's usage to date includes the practical function of hel ...

  • MARTYPEARL .COM (martypearl)
    An older generation Hummer was also provided by the Department of Defense to the Jeffersontown Police Department. The beefed-up vehicle's usage to date includes the practical function of helping motorists in winter weather. 9/10/14

    An older generation Hummer was also provided by the Department of Defense to the Jeffersontown Police Department. The beefed-up vehicle's usage to date includes the practical function of hel ...

  • MARTYPEARL .COM (martypearl)
    Jeffersontown Police Major Alex Payne explains that many of the surplus items received from the Department of Defense are not weapons as much as they are useful tools in training, medical emergencies, and field operations. 9/10/14

    Jeffersontown Police Major Alex Payne explains that many of the surplus items received from the Department of Defense are not weapons as much as they are useful tools in training, medical em ...

  • MARTYPEARL .COM (martypearl)
    An older generation Hummer was also provided by the Department of Defense to the Jeffersontown Police Department. The beefed-up vehicle's usage to date includes the practical function of helping motorists in winter weather. 9/10/14

    An older generation Hummer was also provided by the Department of Defense to the Jeffersontown Police Department. The beefed-up vehicle's usage to date includes the practical function of hel ...

  • MARTYPEARL .COM (martypearl)
    A variety of useful, high-priced flashlights and weapons-mountable optics have been provided by the Department of Defense to the Jeffersontown Police Department. According to Major Alex Payne, these surplus items would normally require purchase due to their demand in the field of operations. 9/10/14

    A variety of useful, high-priced flashlights and weapons-mountable optics have been provided by the Department of Defense to the Jeffersontown Police Department. According to Major Alex Payn ...

  • MARTYPEARL .COM (martypearl)
    A variety of useful, high-priced flashlights and weapons-mountable optics have been provided by the Department of Defense to the Jeffersontown Police Department. According to Major Alex Payne, these surplus items would normally require purchase due to their demand in the field of operations. 9/10/14

    A variety of useful, high-priced flashlights and weapons-mountable optics have been provided by the Department of Defense to the Jeffersontown Police Department. According to Major Alex Payn ...

  • MARTYPEARL .COM (martypearl)
    A variety of useful, high-priced flashlights and weapons-mountable optics have been provided by the Department of Defense to the Jeffersontown Police Department. According to Major Alex Payne, these surplus items would normally require purchase due to their demand in the field of operations. 9/10/14

    A variety of useful, high-priced flashlights and weapons-mountable optics have been provided by the Department of Defense to the Jeffersontown Police Department. According to Major Alex Payn ...

  • MARTYPEARL .COM (martypearl)
    A variety of useful, high-priced flashlights and weapons-mountable optics have been provided by the Department of Defense to the Jeffersontown Police Department. According to Major Alex Payne, these surplus items would normally require purchase due to their demand in the field of operations. 9/10/14

    A variety of useful, high-priced flashlights and weapons-mountable optics have been provided by the Department of Defense to the Jeffersontown Police Department. According to Major Alex Payn ...

  • MARTYPEARL .COM (martypearl)
    A variety of useful, high-priced flashlights and weapons-mountable optics have been provided by the Department of Defense to the Jeffersontown Police Department. According to Major Alex Payne, these surplus items would normally require purchase due to their demand in the field of operations. 9/10/14

    A variety of useful, high-priced flashlights and weapons-mountable optics have been provided by the Department of Defense to the Jeffersontown Police Department. According to Major Alex Payn ...

  • MARTYPEARL .COM (martypearl)
    A variety of useful, high-priced flashlights and weapons-mountable optics have been provided by the Department of Defense to the Jeffersontown Police Department. According to Major Alex Payne, these surplus items would normally require purchase due to their demand in the field of operations. 9/10/14

    A variety of useful, high-priced flashlights and weapons-mountable optics have been provided by the Department of Defense to the Jeffersontown Police Department. According to Major Alex Payn ...

  • MARTYPEARL .COM (martypearl)
    Jeffersontown Police Major Alex Payne displays a multi-tiered kit bag, helpful in medical emergencies, and provided through a Department of Defense surplus program. 9/10/14

    Jeffersontown Police Major Alex Payne displays a multi-tiered kit bag, helpful in medical emergencies, and provided through a Department of Defense surplus program. 9/10/14

  • MARTYPEARL .COM (martypearl)
    A variety of useful, high-priced flashlights and weapons-mountable optics have been provided by the Department of Defense to the Jeffersontown Police Department. According to Major Alex Payne, these surplus items would normally require purchase due to their demand in the field of operations. 9/10/14

    A variety of useful, high-priced flashlights and weapons-mountable optics have been provided by the Department of Defense to the Jeffersontown Police Department. According to Major Alex Payn ...

  • MARTYPEARL .COM (martypearl)
    Jeffersontown Police Major Alex Payne explains that many of the surplus items received from the Department of Defense are not weapons as much as they are useful tools in training, medical emergencies, and field operations. 9/10/14

    Jeffersontown Police Major Alex Payne explains that many of the surplus items received from the Department of Defense are not weapons as much as they are useful tools in training, medical em ...

  • MARTYPEARL .COM (martypearl)
    Jeffersontown Officer Tommy McCann's assault rifle (DPMS .223) sports a few modifications, including optics and an extended magazine, courtesy of the Department of Defense's surplus donation program. 9/10/14

    Jeffersontown Officer Tommy McCann's assault rifle (DPMS .223) sports a few modifications, including optics and an extended magazine, courtesy of the Department of Defense's surplus donation ...

  • MARTYPEARL .COM (martypearl)
    Jeffersontown Officer Tommy McCann's assault rifle (DPMS .223) sports a few modifications, including optics and an extended magazine, courtesy of the Department of Defense's surplus donation program. 9/10/14

    Jeffersontown Officer Tommy McCann's assault rifle (DPMS .223) sports a few modifications, including optics and an extended magazine, courtesy of the Department of Defense's surplus donation ...

  • MARTYPEARL .COM (martypearl)
    Some of the items in Jeffersontown Police Officer Tommy McCann's patrol car have come from a Department of Defense surplus program (DRMO.) The donated items range from medical emergency tools, weather gear for extended field operations and modifications to upgrade assault rifles. 9/10/14

    Some of the items in Jeffersontown Police Officer Tommy McCann's patrol car have come from a Department of Defense surplus program (DRMO.) The donated items range from medical emergency tool ...

  • MARTYPEARL .COM (martypearl)
    Jeffersontown Officer Tommy McCann's assault rifle (DPMS .223) sports a few modifications, including optics and an extended magazine, courtesy of the Department of Defense's surplus donation program. 9/10/14

    Jeffersontown Officer Tommy McCann's assault rifle (DPMS .223) sports a few modifications, including optics and an extended magazine, courtesy of the Department of Defense's surplus donation ...

  • MARTYPEARL .COM (martypearl)
    Some of the items in Jeffersontown Police Officer Tommy McCann's patrol car have come from a Department of Defense surplus program (DRMO.) The donated items range from medical emergency tools, weather gear for extended field operations and modifications to upgrade assault rifles. 9/10/14

    Some of the items in Jeffersontown Police Officer Tommy McCann's patrol car have come from a Department of Defense surplus program (DRMO.) The donated items range from medical emergency tool ...

  • MARTYPEARL .COM (martypearl)
    A set of night vision goggles has been one of the perks of the Department of Defense surplus program. 9/10/14

    A set of night vision goggles has been one of the perks of the Department of Defense surplus program. 9/10/14

  • MARTYPEARL .COM (martypearl)
    The classic M9 military grade bayonet has many applications in the field.

    The classic M9 military grade bayonet has many applications in the field.

  • MARTYPEARL .COM (martypearl)
    Jeffersontown Officer Tommy McCann's assault rifle (DPMS .223) sports a few modifications, including optics and an extended magazine, courtesy of the Department of Defense's surplus donation program. 9/10/14

    Jeffersontown Officer Tommy McCann's assault rifle (DPMS .223) sports a few modifications, including optics and an extended magazine, courtesy of the Department of Defense's surplus donation ...

  • MARTYPEARL .COM (martypearl)
    Some of the items in Jeffersontown Police Officer Tommy McCann's patrol car have come from a Department of Defense surplus program (DRMO.) The donated items range from medical emergency tools, weather gear for extended field operations and modifications to upgrade assault rifles. 9/10/14

    Some of the items in Jeffersontown Police Officer Tommy McCann's patrol car have come from a Department of Defense surplus program (DRMO.) The donated items range from medical emergency tool ...

  • MARTYPEARL .COM (martypearl)
    A wide range of items courtesy of the Department of Defense can be found in the squad car of Jeffersontown Police Officer Tommy McCann. The surplus donations include medical emergency tools, all-weather gear, and upgrades for his assault rifle. 9/10/14

    A wide range of items courtesy of the Department of Defense can be found in the squad car of Jeffersontown Police Officer Tommy McCann. The surplus donations include medical emergency tools, ...

  • The Newburyport News
    Amesbury: Amesbury's Horace Mann School on Congress Street hasn't held classes for many years. Bryan Eaton/Staff Photo

    Amesbury: Amesbury's Horace Mann School on Congress Street hasn't held classes for many years. Bryan Eaton/Staff Photo

  • The Newburyport News
    Amesbury: The Amesbury Cultural Center in Amesbury's Upper Millyard is part of a housing unit. Bryan Eaton/Staff Photo

    Amesbury: The Amesbury Cultural Center in Amesbury's Upper Millyard is part of a housing unit. Bryan Eaton/Staff Photo

  • The Newburyport News
    Amesbury: Amesbury's Horace Mann School on Congress Street hasn't held classes for many years. Bryan Eaton/Staff Photo

    Amesbury: Amesbury's Horace Mann School on Congress Street hasn't held classes for many years. Bryan Eaton/Staff Photo

  • dyamabo
    War Surplus Store - Takayama

    War Surplus Store - Takayama

  • dyamabo
    Takayama - War Surplus store in the old part of town.

    Takayama -  War Surplus store in the old part of town.

  • CollegianMedia
    (Photo by Parker Robb | Collegian) K-State Athletic Director John Curie (left) and Big12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby discuss Big12 revenues during K-State football's media day Aug. 5. Curie has taken K-State's athletics department, which was operating under a budget deficit, and in his four years has not only changed that deficit to a budget surplus, but also turned the department into the most profitable athletic department in the country according to ESPN.

    (Photo by Parker Robb | Collegian)

K-State Athletic Director John Curie (left) and Big12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby discuss Big12 revenues during K-State football's media day Aug. 5. Curie  ...

  • pgcpics
    City Surplus Fire2/Tuesday Brent Braaten-Aug 30/2004 City of Prince George Fire Department at a fire at 4th and Dominion Monday morning.

    City Surplus Fire2/Tuesday Brent Braaten-Aug 30/2004  City of Prince George Fire Department at a fire at 4th and Dominion Monday morning.

  • pgcpics
    City Surplus Fire/Tuesday Brent Braaten-Aug 30/2004 City of Prince George Fire Department at a fire at 4th and Dominion Monday morning.

    City Surplus Fire/Tuesday Brent Braaten-Aug 30/2004  City of Prince George Fire Department at a fire at 4th and Dominion Monday morning.

  • pgcpics
    City Surplus Fire3/Tuesday Brent Braaten-Aug 30/2004 City of Prince George Fire Department at a fire at 4th and Dominion Monday morning.

    City Surplus Fire3/Tuesday Brent Braaten-Aug 30/2004  City of Prince George Fire Department at a fire at 4th and Dominion Monday morning.

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  • RedFoto
    12-10-06_Red_4486

    12-10-06_Red_4486

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    12-09-30_Red_3604

    12-09-30_Red_3604

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    12-09-30_Red_3325

    12-09-30_Red_3325

  • civex
    I have no clue, but it's at Twin Cities Surplus.

    I have no clue, but it's at Twin Cities Surplus.

  • RedFoto
    12-08-11_DLu_0900

    12-08-11_DLu_0900

  • HistoricMakeovers

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  • HistoricMakeovers

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  • HistoricMakeovers

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  • WaidePhoto
    1945 Railway Age Magazine.

    1945 Railway Age Magazine.

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI), chairman of the House Budget Committee, holds up a copy of the 2012 Republican budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs, and would cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years.

    Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI), chairman of the House Budget Committee, holds up a copy of the 2012 Republican budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, ...

  • RedFoto
    11-12-04_Red_2112

    11-12-04_Red_2112

  • Peter
    Rawtenstall surplus cars in yard JD 1

    Rawtenstall surplus cars in yard JD 1

  • Peter
    Rawtenstall surplus cars in yard JD

    Rawtenstall surplus cars in yard JD

  • code11
    Boxford Mass Brush 1 - 1975 AM General Military 2 ½ Ton 6X6 125/500

    Boxford Mass Brush 1 - 1975 AM General Military 2 ½ Ton 6X6 125/500

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand "Cut Spending Now" near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. In photo, protest sign with caricature of the President says "Liar, liar, America on Fire". April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand "Cut Spending Now" near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. In photo, protest sign says "Axis of Weaels, Planned Parenthood, EPA, Obamacare". April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She was the keynote speaker at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. Sh ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand "Cut Spending Now" near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. In photo, protest sign says "Cut Spending or Shut It Down". April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand less government at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand less government at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party  ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand a targeted government shutdown at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand a targeted government shutdown at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors thanks Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. Ryan just authored a ten year budget blueprint. April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors thanks Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea  ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand "Do not increase our debt limit by one red cent" at a noon "Cut Spending Now Revolt" on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand "Cut Spending Now" at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand "Cut Spending Now" near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. In photo, protest sign with caricature of the President says "Liar, liar, America on Fire". April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand "Cut Spending Now" near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. In photo, protest sign says "Axis of Weaels, Planned Parenthood, EPA, Obamacare". April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand "Cut Spending Now" near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. In photo, protest sign says "Axis of Weaels, Planned Parenthood, EPA, Obamacare". April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand "Cut Spending Now" near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. In photo, protest sign says "extreme times, extreme action, cut the budget". April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She was the keynote speaker at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She was the keynote speaker at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She was the keynote speaker at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She was the keynote speaker at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She was the keynote speaker at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. Sh ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She was the keynote speaker at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. Sh ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She was the keynote speaker at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. Sh ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She was the keynote speaker at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. Sh ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She was the keynote speaker at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. Sh ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She was the keynote speaker at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. Sh ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She was the keynote speaker at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. Sh ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She was the keynote speaker at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. Sh ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She was the keynote speaker at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. Sh ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She was the keynote speaker at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. Sh ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She was the keynote speaker at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Bachmann takes time out for a photograph with a young admirer. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. Sh ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She was the keynote speaker at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday, April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. Sh ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She was the keynote speaker at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Here Bachmann stands with Tim Phillips, president of Americans for Prosperity. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She was the keynote speaker at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She was the keynote speaker at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She was the keynote speaker at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She was the keynote speaker at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She was the keynote speaker at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand "Cut Spending Now" near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand "Cut Spending Now" near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand "Cut Spending Now" near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. In photo, protest sign says "We spoke 2010 and will in 2012". April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand "Cut Spending Now" near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. In photo, protest sign says "We will not be ignored". April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand "Cut Spending Now" near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand "Cut Spending Now" near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. In photo, protestor says "I balance my budge, why doesn't government". April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand "Cut Spending Now" near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand "Cut Spending Now" near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand "Cut Spending Now" near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. In photo, protest sign says "Cut Spending or Shut It Down". April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand less government at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand less government at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party  ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand a targeted government shutdown at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand a targeted government shutdown at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand less government at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand less government at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party  ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors thanks Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. Ryan just authored a ten year budget blueprint. April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors thanks Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea  ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestor asks "how many zeroes in a trillion?" at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestor asks

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand "Do not increase our debt limit by one red cent" at a noon "Cut Spending Now Revolt" on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand "Cut Spending Now" near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand "Cut Spending Now" near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand "Cut It Or Shut It" near the steps of the US Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand "Cut Spending Now" at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors demand "Cut Spending Now" at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. April 6, 2011. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors demand

  • Jeff Malet
    Protestors on Capitol Hill demand budget cuts or a government shutdown. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against President Barack Obama, liberal Democrats and government spending. She was the keynote speaker at a noon ?Cut Spending Now Revolt? on the steps of the Capitol building in Washington DC to urge lawmakers to reduce federal spending. The Tea Party style rally was organized by Americans for Prosperity, a conservative, free-market group. Party leaders on Capitol Hill are racing to overcome an impasse in budget talks that is threatening a partial shutdown of the United States government. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Protestors on Capitol Hill demand budget cuts or a government shutdown. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) celebrated her 55th birthday in part Wednesday April 6, 2011, with a familiar rant against Pre ...

  • Jeff Malet
    After his meeting with President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) said there was still no agreement with Senate Democrats on the current budget, at a press conference on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, on Tuesday April 5, 2011 . Boehner said the House will not be put in a box and forced to choose between two options that are bad for the country. He also implied that cultural issues relating to abortion policy and climate change are " as important to many of our members as the spending cuts themselves." With a stopgap government funding bill set to expire Friday at midnight, a government shutdown looms. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    After his meeting with President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) said there was still no agreement with Senate Democrats on the current budget ...

  • Jeff Malet
    After his meeting with President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) (right) said there was still no agreement with Senate Democrats on the current budget, at a press conference on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, on Tuesday April 5, 2011 . Boehner said the House will not be put in a box and forced to choose between two options that are bad for the country. He also implied that cultural issues relating to abortion policy and climate change are ?as important to many of our members as the spending cuts themselves.? With a stopgap government funding bill set to expire Friday at midnight, a government shutdown looms. Also appearing with Boehner at the press conference was House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) (left) (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    After his meeting with President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) (right) said there was still no agreement with Senate Democrats on the curren ...

  • Jeff Malet
    After his meeting with President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) said there was still no agreement with Senate Democrats on the current budget, at a press conference on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, on Tuesday April 5, 2011 . Boehner said the House will not be put in a box and forced to choose between two options that are bad for the country. He also implied that cultural issues relating to abortion policy and climate change are " as important to many of our members as the spending cuts themselves." With a stopgap government funding bill set to expire Friday at midnight, a government shutdown looms. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    After his meeting with President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) said there was still no agreement with Senate Democrats on the current budget ...

  • Jeff Malet
    After his meeting with President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) (right) said there was still no agreement with Senate Democrats on the current budget, at a press conference on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, on Tuesday April 5, 2011 . Boehner said the House will not be put in a box and forced to choose between two options that are bad for the country. He also implied that cultural issues relating to abortion policy and climate change are ?as important to many of our members as the spending cuts themselves.? With a stopgap government funding bill set to expire Friday at midnight, a government shutdown looms. Also appearing with Boehner at the press conference was House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) (left) (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    After his meeting with President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) (right) said there was still no agreement with Senate Democrats on the curren ...

  • Jeff Malet
    After his meeting with President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) (right) said there was still no agreement with Senate Democrats on the current budget, at a press conference on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, on Tuesday April 5, 2011 . Boehner said the House will not be put in a box and forced to choose between two options that are bad for the country. He also implied that cultural issues relating to abortion policy and climate change are ?as important to many of our members as the spending cuts themselves.? With a stopgap government funding bill set to expire Friday at midnight, a government shutdown looms. Also appearing with Boehner at the press conference was House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) (left) (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    After his meeting with President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) (right) said there was still no agreement with Senate Democrats on the curren ...

  • Jeff Malet
    After his meeting with President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) (right) said there was still no agreement with Senate Democrats on the current budget, at a press conference on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, on Tuesday April 5, 2011 . Boehner said the House will not be put in a box and forced to choose between two options that are bad for the country. He also implied that cultural issues relating to abortion policy and climate change are ?as important to many of our members as the spending cuts themselves.? With a stopgap government funding bill set to expire Friday at midnight, a government shutdown looms. Also appearing with Boehner at the press conference was House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) (left) (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    After his meeting with President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) (right) said there was still no agreement with Senate Democrats on the curren ...

  • Jeff Malet
    After his meeting with President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) said there was still no agreement with Senate Democrats on the current budget, at a press conference on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, on Tuesday April 5, 2011 . Boehner said the House will not be put in a box and forced to choose between two options that are bad for the country. He also implied that cultural issues relating to abortion policy and climate change are " as important to many of our members as the spending cuts themselves." With a stopgap government funding bill set to expire Friday at midnight, a government shutdown looms. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    After his meeting with President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) said there was still no agreement with Senate Democrats on the current budget ...

  • Jeff Malet
    After his meeting with President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) said there was still no agreement with Senate Democrats on the current budget, at a press conference on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, on Tuesday April 5, 2011 . Boehner said the House will not be put in a box and forced to choose between two options that are bad for the country. He also implied that cultural issues relating to abortion policy and climate change are " as important to many of our members as the spending cuts themselves." With a stopgap government funding bill set to expire Friday at midnight, a government shutdown looms. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    After his meeting with President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) said there was still no agreement with Senate Democrats on the current budget ...

  • Jeff Malet
    After his meeting with President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) said there was still no agreement with Senate Democrats on the current budget, at a press conference on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, on Tuesday April 5, 2011 . Boehner said the House will not be put in a box and forced to choose between two options that are bad for the country. He also implied that cultural issues relating to abortion policy and climate change are " as important to many of our members as the spending cuts themselves." With a stopgap government funding bill set to expire Friday at midnight, a government shutdown looms. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    After his meeting with President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) said there was still no agreement with Senate Democrats on the current budget ...

  • Jeff Malet
    After his meeting with President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) said there was still no agreement with Senate Democrats on the current budget, at a press conference on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, on Tuesday April 5, 2011 . Boehner said the House will not be put in a box and forced to choose between two options that are bad for the country. He also implied that cultural issues relating to abortion policy and climate change are " as important to many of our members as the spending cuts themselves." With a stopgap government funding bill set to expire Friday at midnight, a government shutdown looms. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    After his meeting with President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) said there was still no agreement with Senate Democrats on the current budget ...

  • Jeff Malet
    After his meeting with President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) said there was still no agreement with Senate Democrats on the current budget, at a press conference on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, on Tuesday April 5, 2011 . Boehner said the House will not be put in a box and forced to choose between two options that are bad for the country. He also implied that cultural issues relating to abortion policy and climate change are " as important to many of our members as the spending cuts themselves." With a stopgap government funding bill set to expire Friday at midnight, a government shutdown looms. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    After his meeting with President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) said there was still no agreement with Senate Democrats on the current budget ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the Path to Prosperity includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the Path to Prosperity includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the Path to Prosperity includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the Path to Prosperity includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the Path to Prosperity includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the Path to Prosperity includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the Path to Prosperity includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut $ ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut $ ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut $ ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the Path to Prosperity includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the Path to Prosperity includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the Path to Prosperity includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the Path to Prosperity includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, backed by a group of Republican lawmakers, introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) (right), the ranking Republican on the Senate Budget Committee, speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) (left) 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the Path to Prosperity includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, and expects to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) (right), the ranking Republican on the Senate Budget Committee, speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) (left) 2012 budget proposal during a n ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) (right), the ranking Republican on the Senate Budget Committee, speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) (left) 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the Path to Prosperity includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, and expects to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) (right), the ranking Republican on the Senate Budget Committee, speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) (left) 2012 budget proposal during a n ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) (center), the ranking Republican on the Senate Budget Committee, speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) (left) 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the Path to Prosperity includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, and expects to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) (center), the ranking Republican on the Senate Budget Committee, speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) (left) 2012 budget proposal during a  ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) (center), the ranking Republican on the Senate Budget Committee, speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) (left) 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the Path to Prosperity includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, and expects to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) (center), the ranking Republican on the Senate Budget Committee, speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) (left) 2012 budget proposal during a  ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) (right), the ranking Republican on the Senate Budget Committee, speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) (left) 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the Path to Prosperity includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, and expects to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) (right), the ranking Republican on the Senate Budget Committee, speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) (left) 2012 budget proposal during a n ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) (right), the ranking Republican on the Senate Budget Committee, speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) (left) 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the Path to Prosperity includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, and expects to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) (right), the ranking Republican on the Senate Budget Committee, speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) (left) 2012 budget proposal during a n ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Tom Price (R-GA) (left) speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) (right) 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the Path to Prosperity includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, and expects to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Tom Price (R-GA) (left) speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) (right) 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washingto ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Tom Price (R-GA) (left) speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) (right) 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the Path to Prosperity includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, and expects to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Tom Price (R-GA) (left) speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) (right) 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washingto ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Tom Price (R-GA) (left) speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) (right) 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the Path to Prosperity includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, and expects to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Tom Price (R-GA) (left) speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) (right) 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washingto ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Tom Price (R-GA) speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the Path to Prosperity includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, and expects to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Tom Price (R-GA) speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Ryan's p ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Tom Price (R-GA) speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the Path to Prosperity includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, and expects to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Tom Price (R-GA) speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Ryan's p ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Tom Price (R-GA) speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the Path to Prosperity includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, and expects to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Tom Price (R-GA) speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Ryan's p ...

  • Jeff Malet
    Rep. Tom Price (R-GA) speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the Path to Prosperity includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, and expects to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    Rep. Tom Price (R-GA) speaks in support of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's (R-WI) 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Ryan's p ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut $ ...

  • Jeff Malet
    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut .2 trillion in government spending over the next 10 years. Ryan's plan, which the GOP calls the ?Path to Prosperity? includes significant changes to Medicare and Medicaid, government subsidized healthcare programs. (Photo by Jeff Malet)

    House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin introduced the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal during a news conference on April 5, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. that plans to cut $ ...


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