The Democrats are already gearing up to attack Rep. Paul Ryan for his views on Medicare and Social Security. Ryan has spoken out about his desire to privatize the programs.
WASHINGTON — Senate Democrats on Tuesday launched a preemptive strike on Rep. Paul Ryan, who will deliver the official Republican response to President Obama’s State of the Union address.
Ryan, who turns 41 later this week, is viewed as a rising star of the party, a budget hawk who hasn’t been afraid to spark conversations about taking on entitlement programs such as Medicaid and Social Security.
For months, Democrats have tried to tie Ryan’s past proposals to reshape both programs to the rest of the GOP. Since Ryan has taken the helm of the House Budget Committee, the Wisconsonite has been more circumspect in his words. But that hasn’t stopped Democrats from suggesting that Ryan’s views now have the endorsement of the House Republican leadership.
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