Looking at the Romney-Ryan Ticket

Monday, August 13, 2012

Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) with the Republicans' 2012 budget proposal, dubbed 'The Path to Prosperity.' (Getty)

On Saturday, Mitt Romney announced that Rep. Paul Ryan from Wisconsin would join him on the Republican ticket in November.

Ryan gained traction in the party with his budget plan, which was touted as the prime example of a conservative economic plan. Even President Obama granted that Ryan is an intellectual force in the GOP. 

And while Democrats might not see Ryan as much of a threat, some Republicans think he's more than his ill-favored budget plan. 

Ron Christie is a Republican political strategist.

Guests:

Ron Christie

Produced by:

Joe Hernandez and Paul R. Smith

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