Congressman Paul Ryan in his remarks in Norfolk, Virginia strongly criticized President Obama, and said Mitt Romney is the solution for the current problems facing America. "President Obama, and too many like him in Washington, have refused to make difficult decisions because they are more worried about their next election than they are about the next generation."
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, in his remarks, described Paul Ryan as an intellectual leader of the Republican Party. "Paul Ryan is a leader. His leadership begins with character and values. And Paul is a man of tremendous character, shaped in large part by his early life."
"He understands the fiscal challenges facing America: our exploding deficits and crushing debt - and the fiscal catastrophe that awaits us if we don't change course," said Romney.
Earlier on Saturday, Mitt Romney announced Paul Ryan as his Vice Presidential running mate. Paul Ryan is in his seventh term in Congress and represents Wisconsin's First Congressional District. He is Chairman of the House Budget Committee. He also serves on the House Ways and Means Committee. Ryan is a graduate of Joseph A. Craig High School in Janesville and earned degrees in economics and political science from Miami University in Ohio.
by RTT Staff Writer
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