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    Posted August 11, 2012 by
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    Romney's VP pick

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    Paul Ryan VP Pick By Mitt Romney a Bold Move. America Now Has A Real Choice

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     EWillies1961, a Democrat, says Romney 'has done America a big favor' by selecting Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin as his running mate. Thanks to Ryan, he says, America will now have a clear choice between progressive values and 'the continued pilfered of the American middle class.' What do you think the Ryan pick means for the election? Upload a video.
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    Mitt Romney has selected Paul Ryan as his Vice Presidential candidate. This was a very bold move. He has pretty much moved the sole target of the election from the economy to include the Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan budget.

    We now have a ticket that believes fully in the failed trickle down economics that rewards those that produce nothing, that is devoid of foreign policy experience, that will repeal the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) and thus leave millions uninsured and subject to bankruptcy.

    America will get a choice between progressive values or regressive values. We get the government we elect and deserve. This election will determine the survival of the middle class or the institution of a new indentured servitude.


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