As Paul Ryan said … 5

From RedState, by Jeff Emanuel:

Vice Presidential nominee Paul Ryan’s speech to the RNC Wednesday night was addressed in no small part to the segment of the population that supported President Obama in 2008, but who were turned off enough by the last four years to consider an alternative in the upcoming election.


“We are four years into this presidency. The issue is not the economy that Barack Obama inherited, not the economy as he envisions, but this economy that we are living. College graduates should not have to live out their 20s in their childhood bedrooms, staring up at fading Obama posters and wondering when they can move out and get going with life.”

That was an excellent extended hand to those young voters who entered the political world on a wave of belief in the Hope and Change that one man could provide, and it has spawned an excellent – and equally vivid – ad from Crossroads Generation.

Posted under Commentary, Economics, United States, Videos by Jillian Becker on Friday, August 31, 2012

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This post has 5 comments.

  • I find it amusing that liberals slam Romney for being an emotionless greedy capitalist. In their lexicon “greedy capitalist” means being driven to succeed, and succeeding economically in a capitalist system… Yes!! thats exactly what we need!, you just can’t explain to those people that those greedy capitalists are the ones who invest in and expand the economy. Without a growing economy, no amount off cuts will solve our financial problems. Romney could give a rats ass about anything else but turning the country around and making it economically successful. Thats what he has been doing his entire adult life.

  • Mr. Romney’s decision to choose Paul Ryan to be vice president has changed everything. I’ve been watching the polls for a long time. Obama has always been ahead, but now I think Romney will win. Swing states like Florida and Ohio are looking much better for Romney. And Romney will probably win in Wisconsin even though he had no chance to win there before.

    • Jillian Becker

      Thanks for your cheering comment.

      I hope you’re right – and I think you’re right.

  • liz

    Maybe now that all that magical pie-in-the-sky he promised them never happened, they will wake up and start thinking rationally.

    • Frank

      I wouldn’t count on it.