Skip to comments.Ryan sharpens Obama foreign policy attack in Ohio
Posted on 09/12/2012 5:42:34 PM PDT by TonyInOhio
In the second of his two campaign appearances Wednesday, Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan sharpened his critique of President Obamas handling of the unfolding crises in Egypt and Libya.
The administration sent mixed signals to those who attacked our embassy in Egypt, and mixed signals to the world, Ryan told an outdoor crowd in Owensville, Ohio, in the heart of deep red Clermont County. I want to be clear; it is never too early for the United States to condemn attacks on Americans, on our properties, and to defend our values. Thats what leadership is all about.
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obama did not send mixed signals. He sent one signal loud and clear.
Just get rid of Obama. He will protect and encourage every Islamic dictatorship and terrorist he can.
Step one and the only step one.
Then, go from there.
Playing nice plays right into the media's hands, which is the point of today's media narrative attacking Romney's statement.
WE HAVE TO GO ‘NUCLEAR’ ON THIS ADMINISTRATION to remove them from office Nov 6th. EVERY CONCEIVABLE MEANS POLITICALLY has to be used to carry out this task. Hitting them with Foreign Policy as well as with Domestic Policy. They are weak on both fronts and deserve everything thats coming to them.
If Romney does the precise opposite of what the GOPe says they should do they’ll be fine.
In other words...taking Campaign Advice from John McCain and his handlers is NEVER a good idea...
Hey...can we yell that loudly enough???
This is exactly what the need to do. If they let the media scare them off, then they have conceded defeat. GO ON THE ATTACK! And quit worrying about the Obama leg-humpers in the State Run Media and the bed-wetters on our side.
I posted this on another thread, but it bears repeating..
If I was Romney, Id have come right out and said this:
Obama said hed stand by the Muslims if the political winds shift. Well, they shifted all right, and the winds are carrying the odor of burning US Embassies, the image of a Dead American Ambassador, and the stench of foreign policy FAILURE
Is he STILL going to “stand with them”?
Well this is a sign Romney isn’t backing down and has to be POing the MSM
One guy commented to me that there were twice as many folks for Sarah Palin who came in 08’ but she came on the weekend before the election.
It was a good turnout overall.
Ryan is not the first Republican running mate to hold a rally at the Clermont County Fairgrounds. On the Sunday night before the 2008 election, Sarah Palin - John McCains running mate - told a pom-pom waving crowd that McCain would lower taxes and make America safer.