Romney wants running mate to play it safe, for now
GLEN ALLEN, Va. (AP) — Mitt Romney wants running mate Paul Ryan to play it safe.
Ryan, the nation's most controversial budget architect, is often described as the intellectual leader of the House Republican caucus. But Romney's presidential campaign headquarters in Boston seems, for now, to prefer that the 42-year-old father of three talks about camping and milking cows instead of the fiscal proposals that made him a conservative hero.
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Republican vice-presidential candidate Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., left, works the crowd after campaigning at The Villa...
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