The Premise of the objections posted on 13 April, to a fiscally sound plan is that government has a place in providing HealthCare and/or College. Before WWI it most certainly DID NOT! And Unemployment benefits, as a whole, tend to make job creation harder. True job security can only be obtained by production. If an employee produces, the company will pay anything to keep him. That is reality!
The hypothetical government program needs means testing to verify its targeted purpose. Those that have received these benefits for generations (and there are many, nationwide, including in your town), have learned how to get around those limits. This result of human nature robs those "poor" of their potential, traps them in a low quality world, impedes the economic growth in those areas that are means tested for the rest of us, and teaches the progeny of the dole supported a twisted path to "success". Such is the nature of the destructive power of government "cheese".
Governments in general are force. The sole motivator of government is law, which is made true by the treat of jail. Thus, as a free people, we must never forget that everything that government does happens at the point of a gun. If you buck the government long enough, it will kill you. James Madison said "The essence of Government is power; and power, lodged as it must be in human hands, will ever be liable to abuse."
It is thus incredulous that "educated" people look to government for tasks that require charity. Taking charity at the point of a gun robs the givers of the benefits of the process of identifying needs, a job they would do much better than the government. Depending on private folks to identify those needs would also bring the community closer together. We see above how it robs charity's beneficiaries. Private charity provides better benefits, tailored to the specific need, and is much easier to escape.
The Ryan budget moves our nation toward a truly beneficial society by reducing the destructive force of government cheese. It is amazing that one who calls herself "Attorney" cannot see that. Thomas Jefferson told us: "To take from one, because it is thought his own industry and that of his fathers has acquired too much, in order to spare to others, who, or whose fathers, have not exercised equal industry and skill, is to violate arbitrarily the first principle of association, the guarantee to everyone the free exercise of his industry and the fruits acquired by it." It should be our goal to return to that state!