Should he lose, Paul Ryan still faces bright future as he weighs possible White House run

  • Article by: PHILIP ELLIOTT , Associated Press
  • Updated: November 1, 2012 - 9:06 AM
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cdude99Nov. 1, 12 9:59 AM

Come next Tuesday I believe Paul Ryan will be the VP elect! I don't think Romney will win MN because he is not a Pro Wrestler or a Comedian. I don't care what party your are affiliated with it is time to face the facts..... This President has failed at his job and it is time for him to go. He promised to unite the country, reduce unemployment, reduce the national debt, reform immigration, reduce poverty, and reduce healthcare costs. The only promise he kept was healthcare reform which resulted in a federally run healthcare plan. This will likely be a flop just like Canada's healthcare system. We need to raise our expectations and make a change. If Romney does not do what he promises we need to give him the boot in 4 years.

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hobie2Nov. 1, 1211:51 AM

"If Romney does not do what he promises we need to give him the boot in 4 years.".. Hate to break it to you, but it isn't a sports tryout - or a business venture where all you lose is your money. You don't "give chances" to an unknown who has no policy or plan other than to "make it all better, faster", and hope he runs the United States "better"... The US is a $15 trillion economy and 320 million people that need more than good intentions and a four year tryout - it's not a sandwich shop or some investment firm position.

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cdude99Nov. 1, 12 3:29 PM

What is the alternative? Four more years of this? Obama talks a great game but look at his track record. My point is why would be re-elect a guy who didn't keep any of his promises and has been a economical disaster. Over 5 trillion more is debt without anything to show for it. If you think Obama has done a good job on the economy you need to stop watching MSNBC. Without some sort of course change we are doomed. Taxing the rich is not a course change. It may make some people feel good knowing that CEO's are paying more taxes but does it make your life better? Does it create jobs or put more money in middle income Americans pockets? Does it reduce the cost of putting gas our cars?

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