The House of Representative's budget has been described as immoral and careless by pundits in the New Republic and the New York Times. Those that support the Paul Ryan budget claim that it is the only budget out there that takes a serious look at the national debt and that it deserves credit for making the hard choices.

Paul Ryan himself describes the budget as a "path to prosperity," but what do you think? Is it unethical to cut back on medicare, food stamps, and other social programs? Vote and tell us what you think.