You know what was missing in Paul Ryan's budget? The "replace" portion of "repeal and replace." (Or should I say: what else was missing, besides real numbers?).
Not only that, according to National Journal's Tim Fernholz, Ryan says that the "repeal" portion of repeal and replace no longer includes the Medicare cuts. (See also Jonathan Cohn's look at it).
Of course, you don't have to include all possible legislation in your budget plans, but this particular budget has lots of seemingly extraneous stuff (at least according to Ryan's own material), but nothing in the 59 page document about, say, pre-existing conditions.