One of the sharpest dividing lines emerging between President Obama and GOP presidential front-runner Mitt Romney is the budget introduced in Congress by Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., with its sharp cuts in domestic spending and lower tax rates.
Both sides see it as a winning issue for the fall campaign. The Obama campaign likes to call it the "Romney-Ryan budget" — and Romney hasn't objected.
On the campaign trail in Wisconsin, Ryan was a constant presence with Romney before that state's April 3 Republican primary, which Romney won.
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Actress Pearl Bailey during curtain call for the 1967 Broadway production of Hello, Dolly!
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Actress Mary Martin, who famously stopped the show with her performance of Cole Porter's "My Heart Belongs to Daddy," sings the number during a performance of the 1939 Broadway production of the musical Leave It to Me.