There's a growing divide within the Republican party over whether Mitt Romney is spending too much time talking about Medicare or smartly muddying the waters and minimizing a potential weakness.
On NBC, Peggy Noonan sides with the former.
"Look, I think the choice of Ryan was admirable.... but I also think this is a little bit delicate for Republicans.
This is a stressed nation, this is a tough context in which to talk about things that people will hear as cuts."
"Long-term, I think the Republican issues are growth, jobs, the economy -- those are the things people trust the Republican party on. So this is all very delicate. Strong, but it's delicate."
Bill Kristol took the opposite view on Sunday, claiming that Medicare is fertile electoral ground for the GOP, thanks to the ObamaCare link.