Is this really trouble in Paradise...I dont think so, I think its a ploy to dampen the impact of Ryans plan since its becoming more evident its getting more and more unpopular in must have florida and McConnel and Boehner are trying to cushion the impact for congressional elections.....The gop is hedging their bets to see which way the wind blows.

House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, declined to say Monday whether Republicans would have a mandate from voters to enact the Ryan proposal if Mitt Romney defeats President Obama. Rather, the Ohio Republican said he viewed a Romney-Ryan victory as a mandate in four other areas that did not include Ryan's Medicare overhaul: reduce the debt, reform the tax code, overhaul the regulatory system and enact a national energy policy.
Instead, Boehner said Ryan's proposal was one plan that would play a role in the broader entitlement debate.

"I'm sure there will be other ideas about how you save Medicare, all of those will be part of the big policy debate we have next year. And it will come next year regardless of who wins the election," he said at a media lunch hosted by the Christian Science Monitor.
In a roundtable with USA TODAY, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., also declined to say whether he would bring to the floor a bill to enact Ryan's Medicare proposal if Republicans take control of the Senate.

GOP leaders are not sold on Ryan's trumpeted Medicare plan