Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney's running mate on the Republican ticket, is known as a big thinker. Not so much on the nuts-and-bolts job of pushing legislation through Congress. Only two of his bills have become law, reports The Huffington Post.
One renamed a post office in his district, which was enacted in July 2000. And a measure to change the way arrows (as in bows and arrows) are hit with an excise tax become law in December 2008.