April 29, 2011

During the Easter recess, House Republicans have been holding town hall meetings around the country to explain a bold and controversial budget proposal from Wisconsin Representative Paul Ryan that would cut some $6 trillion in federal spending over 10 years and reform entitlement programs like Medicare.

The public is more concerned now than ever before about the disastrous state of the nation's finances, as evidenced in the number of people that attended the town halls.

Wisconsin resident Al Smith wasn't sure about the details, but praised Ryan for his efforts. "He's the only one who seems to have any idea of how to go forward," Smith said. "Whether it's right or wrong I don't know. That's what I'm here to find out."

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