During a recent trip to The Golden State, the GOP's vice
presidential candidate asserted that the current administration's
rhetoric has become one of "attack and blame."
vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan told supporters at a
fundraiser in Fresno, California that the November election will be
a tight race because the country is "closely divided." He went on
to claim that Obama's notion of "hope and change" has become one of
"attack and blame."
Ryan later told victory campaign volunteers during a video chat
from the Google headquarters in Mountain View that the president's
legacy has been one of failed promises.
"Look, we don't think the president's taking the country in the
right direction -- that's why we're running against him," he
stated. "We think the president has failed in so many ways, broken
so many promises. You've got 23 million people struggling to find
work. We have nearly one in six Americans in poverty today. We've
had 43 months of unemployment above eight percent. But it's
not just enough for us to oppose that or to point those out; we owe
The Republican declared that the Romney/Ryan plan would champion
energy policy, job training reform, increased U.S. manufacturing
and sales overseas, a controlled deficit, and small businesses.