While Republicans across the country hailed the selection of Paul Ryan as Mitt Romney’s running mate, US Senator Scott Brown struck a much more cautious note on Monday, as Democrats tried to tie him to the Wisconsin congressman’s controversial proposals to overhaul Medicare and cut social programs. Brown praised Ryan as a thoughtful and serious leader on budgetary issues, but was quick to point out that he voted twice to block consideration of Ryan’s budget in the Senate.
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