ACCORDING TO REUTERS / CHICAGO TRIBUNE
ST. PETERSBURG, Florida (Reuters) - Republican Congressman Paul Ryan is a changed man.
Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's running mate made a name for himself as a bold fiscal crusader, willing to make big, unpopular cuts to entitlements to get U.S. finances in order.
But since Romney tapped him in August to join his campaign, the vice presidential candidate has become more prudent, avoiding detailed discussion of his budget plan and earning the nickname "mini-Mitt" for displaying a cautious streak like his boss.
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