John Sununu, top Romney campaign spokesperson, went on MSNBC's Hardball tonight  with a message that the Romney budget and the Romney Medicare plan is not the same as his vice-presidential choice Rep. Paul Ryan. When asked "are you still with Ryan" Sununu responded, "No, I'm still with Romney ... Forget Ryan's plan."
Then he described Romney's Medicare plan ... which is the same thing as the Ryan Medicare plan: privatize it.
SUNUNU: Medicare is going to be covered by guaranteeing to everybody 55 and over that they can have Medicare exactly as it is today. No change. ...
CHRIS MATTHEWS: But the future of Medicare under the Ryan and Romney plan is to replace a fee-for-service program ... with a voucher plan, when you got to go out and buy insurance in the private market. That's what they want to do. Both of them.
SUNUNU: But that happens for people under 55.
MATTHEWS: But why is that a good deal?
SUNUNU: Why is it a good deal? Because I'd rather have a private insurance policy than a government insurance policy any day.
Romney's campaign spokesperson says the Romney plan is to privatize Medicare for all Americans currently under 55 years of age.
Now we know.