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On Friday, Republican Paul Ryan's message of economic cost-cutting wasn't so well received at the AARP convention in New Orleans. During his speech to members of the group, the vice presidential hopeful declared that repealing President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act would allow the American economy to get ahead of the curve. But, according to CBS News, instead of cheers, Mitt Romney's running mate was met with boos.

Watch below as AARP members react to Ryan's proposed economic plan for health care in America:

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