Paul Ryan: The Right Man in the Right Place at the Right Time
He understands that his duty as Vice President will be the calling of his generation to preserve for his children and their children the America that was given to his generation.
He acknowledges that the current administration came into office during an economic crisis.: He also realizes that today 23 million men and women are unemployed or underemployed.: He sees one in six Americans living in poverty. : He understands that millions of young college graduates cannot find work and have been forced to move back in with their parents.
He sees that without a change in leadership in the White House the next four years will be just more of the same.
As a Congressman, he has been a front row witness to the wasteful Stimulus spending, the catastrophic government takeover of health care, and the robbing of seven hundred and sixteen billion dollars from Medicare to fill the financial void left in the healthcare law despite all the law’s hidden taxes.
Ryan vowed that “Medicare is a promise, and we will honor it. A Romney-Ryan administration will protect and strengthen Medicare, for my Mom’s generation, for my generation, and for my kids and yours.”
As Ryan stated midway through his nomination acceptance speech: “So our opponents can consider themselves on notice. In this election, on this issue, the usual posturing on the Left isn’t going to work. Mitt Romney and I know the difference between protecting a program, and raiding it. Ladies and gentlemen, our nation needs this debate. We want this debate. We will win this debate.”
Ryan pledged that he and Presidential nominee Mitt Romney “will get America creating wealth again. With tax fairness and regulatory reform, we’ll put government back on the side of the men and women who create jobs, and the men and women who need jobs.”
He confirmed that if elected, the GOP ticket has a goal to “generate 12 million new jobs over the next four years,” and “keep federal spending at 20 percent of GDP, or less.”
On foreign policy, Ryan stated that “a Romney-Ryan administration will speak with confidence and clarity. Wherever men and women rise up for their own freedom, they will know that the American president is on their side.”
In a rousing, crowd pleasing close, Ryan gave the following assurance:
“We will not duck the tough issues, we will lead.: We will not spend four years blaming others, we will take responsibility.: We will not try to replace our founding principles, we will reapply our founding principles.
The work ahead will be hard. These times demand the best of us — all of us, but we can do this. Together, we can do this.: We can get this country working again. We can get this economy growing again. We can make the safety net safe again. We can do this.: Whatever your political party, let’s come together for the sake of our country. Join Mitt Romney and me. Let’s give this effort everything we have. Let’s see this through all the way. Let’s get this done.”
Ryan’s speech was vintage Paul Ryan, calm, fact filled, plain spoken and direct.
Congressman Paul Ryan, the Republican nominee for Vice President offers proof that his generation is ready to be handed the torch of leadership.
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