A White House report released Friday itemizing budget cuts under sequestration is specific enough to be troubling, but likely will leave many in Congress wanting to know more.

The Office of Management and Budget report, required under a law the president signed in August, came prefaced with a partisan introduction that subtly blamed Republicans for the bipartisan Budget Control Act that birthed the sequester last year and called their plans to replace it with entitlement cuts “irresponsible.”

“Members of Congress should work together to produce a balanced plan that achieves at least the level of deficit reduction agreed to in the BCA that the President can sign to avoid sequestration. The Administration stands ready to work with Congress to get the job done,” the introduction reads, adding later that a balanced compromise solution would make the top two percent of earners in the U.S. pay “their fair share.”