I found the following at Campaign for America's Future. There is an abundance of links here, and links within the links, and all of them have a lot of information. Follow the links and enlighten yourself with the information contained therein.
Conservative Budgeting: More Poverty AND More Debt!
W. Post: "After getting blasted last week for presenting a budget plan light on details, House Republicans yesterday unveiled a more complete proposal that would cut taxes for businesses and the wealthy, freeze most government spending for five years, halt spending approved in the economic stimulus package and slash federal health programs for the poor and elderly ... the national debt would continue to climb under the GOP plan, topping out at around 75 percent of the economy,"
Ezra Klein puts it in perspective: "These numbers are not right. Though nor is it clear they're really wrong. They're just sort of...made-up. The theory of the Republican plan appears to be that it allows Republicans to say that 'The Republican budget achieves lower deficits than the Democratic plan in every year, and by 2019 yields half the deficit proposed by the president.' And that's sort of true. If the Republican budget were adopted and its assumptions proved accurate, deficits would be lower than Obama is proposing. Also, the economy would collapse and seniors would die in the gutters and schools would crumble and Americans would literally choose to pay higher tax rates than they were being offered. But the estimated deficit would go down a bit."
Wonk Room's Pat Garofalo on conservative difficulty with defending ramifications: "MSNBC’s Contessa Brewer questioned Rep. John Shadegg (R-AZ) about this, asking “'if you are cutting your tax revenue and cutting spending, how is that going to stimulate the economy?' Shadegg’s response was that drilling for oil offshore and in ANWR would be stimulus enough"
The Plum Line on Senate Republicans: "Will Senate GOP Leadership Join House GOP And Produce Own Budget? Nope."
OurFuture.org's Bernie Horn on what to expect from Congress on the budget this week including the blizzard of Senate amendments that may last through Saturday.
CBPP has detailed analysis on the House and Senate budget resolutions.
Media Matters: "Myths and falsehoods relating to President Obama's budget proposal"