Mitt Romney has embraced Paul Ryan's Medicare Reform plan, as he draws starker contrast with newly resurgent GOP frontrunner Newt Gingrich.
Per the Washington Post's Greg Sargent:
After previously hedging on the Ryan plan, Romney is now fully declaring his support for it, as a way to wound the surging Newt Gingrich among conservative voters. Newt, you’ll recall, famously referred to the Ryan plan as “right wing social engineering,” and Romney, in a post on his Web site, has revived this Newt quote, and is suggesting he’d sign it into law as president, in order to portray himself as the only true conservative in the race.
“With friends like Newt, who needs the left?” the Romney Web site now blares.
For his part, Paul Ryan offered effusive praise for Romney's Entitlement Reform plan in earlly November.
This evening comes worn an editorial from the not-so-Mitt-friendly Wall Street Journal, surprisingly touting Romney as having the bolder and better reform plan.
So the QUESTION/DEBATE of the Day is:
Considering the firestorm Gingrich ignited earlier this year, who do you think is best able to enact reform and who will/would Rep. Ryan endorse?
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