Above, I paraphrase a question from a friend.
My answer is no, if we don't weaken.
Let me put U.S. human space flight in perspective. Late in 2008, our best hope to send humans beyond LEO was the mammoth Ares V launcher. Based on the funding actually in place by 2010, the program of record might have allowed missions to Lunar orbit by the late 2020s.
The proposal of the current administration would emphasize orbital propellant depots, with a mission to a near Earth asteroid around 2025. Less challenging missions, like Earth/Moon Lagrange Point One or Lunar flyby or orbit, could happen earlier.
That sounds like a move in the right direction.