KENOSHA, Wis. - Congressman Paul Ryan has a plan that would change Medicare as we know it, and require future generations of seniors to pay a greater share of their health care costs. CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes reports Rep. Ryan is holding a series of town meetings on the plan -- and not everyone's buying what he's selling.
The town meetings in this mostly rural district are normally intimate affairs. But this week, constituents from Twin Lakes to Kenosha are being turned away as capacity crowds inside come to praise or condemn the plan Ryan likes to call the "path to prosperity."
"Your plan screws the next two generations," one constituent is heard telling Ryan.
Suprise! The Republicans are on the wrong side of an issue...AGAIN!