Rand Paul has gotten very specific, and for that he deserves credit. No one else in his party has, not even Paul Ryan, the Rs anointed budget guru, whose numbers simply don't add up.
There's plenty of meat in it, and I'd guess it can't all be bad. However, when I think of cutting 32% from the judicial branch, when even our hyperconservative Chief Justice says the courts are in crisis for lack of judges and funding, I wonder if it might be too drastic in other areas as well. Homeland security? When the fundament upon which Republicanism has rested of late is fighting their war on terror? And, of course, an 83% cut in education, while entirely consistent with teabagger mindlessness (in more meanings than one), would be devastating except in the view of those whose goal is to produce ill-informed people for their ever-increasing and ever-deluded base.