Skip to comments.So....We like Paul Ryan?
Posted on 08/11/2012 5:32:45 AM PDT by beebuster2000
So what about freepers? we like paul ryan? i like what he says, i just wonder if all Romney has done is given a bigger target to he whose name may not be spoken.
some wanted Rubio; I wanted Rubio safe in his Senate seat
a very unwise choice would have been Christie - a media favorite
Condi would have been nothing but pandering to a certain Black vote or women’s vote
many good governors would have been O.K., but just O.K.
Ryan probably has the fed government spending analysis clearer than anyone, clearer than Romney for sure
He’ll be good on the stump
Nobody can offset the problem you have with Romney. Sorry ~ you people made a big mistake and he’s still a loser.
I was going to vote third Party.But,Like 2009 with McCain picking Palin, I am voting mostly for the VP selection.
Sorry, not a fan of Romney but I love Ryan.
I really like Ryan. He’s a solid pick for Vice-President and I look forward to seeing him as head of the Senate.
We’ve heard a lot lately about a return the the 1950’s. Historically, I see a lot of similarity to the Eisenhower-Nixon ticket of 1952. The image of an above it all leader, no doubt a republican but more middle of the road than leaning right, and a very young member of congress who’s very articulate and well-versed on current issues and representative of the more ideological wing of the party.
I’m feeling good about the ticket. I would have been depressed with a Portman or Pawlenty and nervous about a Rubio. I feel energized. With this ticket, we may be able to sweep the democrats out of power as Ike and Dick did sixty years ago.
wow, that was a pretty good post !!
ryan is a bet on the intelligence of the electorate and the ability to grasp how deep we are in trouble. i hope it proves out, rather than finding out that the electorate is either clueless or just want the debt fueled gravy train to keep rolling till it can’t.
So you’ll be, in effect, voting for Obama?
But will it be enough for Jim and others to support the ticket and help defeat Obama?
As it is the GOP-e made an irremediable error for which they and their running dog lackeys will continue to pay for decades!
Romney can be persuaded on the Social Issues.
That Ryan is ProLife says quite a bit, as there are other economic conservatives Romney could have picked, but passed up for this honor.
Romney is not with us 100%, to be sure, but Romney understands numbers and elections and Romney can be persuaded to become even more conservative on all of the issues.
Obama can not be persuaded.
Obama will destroy our country, born and unborn alike will suffer under 4 more years of the tyrant, Obama.
Are you kidding???
Disciple of Ayn Rand, fiscal conservative, smart, articulate, unafraid ...WHAT’S NOT TO LIKE????
The first step to truly restoring America was made today.
I agree with the West idea. Ryan is okay - he is no Sarah.
Hard to hit those caps while texting and driving?
Paul Ryan is a very good pick! He will make the focus on the economy and how to correct it making nobama and his gaggle stumble even more trying to hide “their” economic mess.
Boy, I’m sure glad we have obama to fill in your complacency about the future of the company.../sarc
Mitt certainly could have done worse.
For me, Paul Ryan is in the same territory as Pat Toomey: the least conservative candidate I would consider voting for.
But the election isn’t about trying to attract people like me, of course. They’re going after people who are focused like a laser on the economy, and it’s hard to argue that Ryan adds a -lot- of credibility to the ticket.
funny. but honestly, capitalization is the least of my problems.
yep. His policy ideas are in the right direction - the only down side is that its not big enough to fix the problem. We need $1trillion+ cut in spending
These people never tell us for whom they are for, always for whom they are against.
How about his parents ?
Were they born in the USA or just sworn in ?
Can’t be too careful these days... (s)