I note President Obama is spending time pointing out what Paul Ryan's views and budget plans would mean for women, for the country. I think it's good strategy. I also think he should preface it all by saying that it really doesn't matter what Mitt Romney says he'll do: he's never taken a position on anything that he hasn't changed. At least Paul Ryan is consistent, and, since choosing him is one thing The Rominee can't change, it's Ryan's policies that we can consider significant and most likely to be put in place. Especially since congressional Rs have already voted in support of them all.
Just a thought. I'm sure Obama's strategists can put it more effectively than that. But it's sort of a twofer, isn't it?