Paul Ryan Booed at AARP Convention

Vice presidential candidate's call for a repeal to Obamacare doesn't go over well in New Orleans.
3:00 | 09/21/12

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Seniors are threatened by obamacare. A law that would force deep cuts to real benefits. In real time for real people. Meanwhile. Meanwhile. Younger Americans are burdened by an ever growing national debt and a diminish future. The first step. To a stronger Medicare. Is to repeal obamacare. Because it represents the worst of both worlds. I had a feeling there would be mixed reaction so let me get ensuing. It weakens Medicare for today's seniors and puts it -- risk for the next generation. First. It -- 716. Billion dollars. Out of Medicare to pay for a new entitlement we didn't even ask for. Seconds. It puts fifteen unelected bureaucrats in charge of Medicare's future. By now you've probably heard a lot of claims and counterclaims. About the president's rate on Medicare. The president said that this would actually strengthen the program. He said it would improve the program's solvency. Ladies and gentlemen. That's just not true. The money wasn't walled off to stay in Medicare. Instead the law turn Medicare into a piggy bank for Obama care. You don't have to take my word for it. You don't have to take my word for it ask the chief actuary. At the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. If anyone tries to tell you that Obama -- strengthened Medicare. Just ask them where is the other 716. Billion dollars.

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