He just doesn’t talk about it incessantly
As chairman of the House Budget Committee, Paul Ryan has been a congressional rarity: He personally delves into the details of complicated policies, rather than relying on lobbyists, bureaucrats, and staffers. And he’s proposed serious, well-thought solutions, encouraging his fellow politicians to exchange sober policy discussions for rhetoric red meat tossing contests. Ross Douthat argues in the New York Times that:
moderates — and maybe, just maybe, the occasional liberal as well — should appreciate Ryan all the same, because he’s almost single-handedly responsible for saving the Republican Party from some of its own worst impulses.
Read Douthat’s column here (1 page).