YES! - Ryan will raise even more money from the big Super PAC donors.
45% (17 votes)
NO! - Not even Paul Ryan can help Mitt Romney win the presidency.
55% (21 votes)
Total votes: 38

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Recovering cons... 2 years 6 weeks ago

Romeny would have been better off with Palin. All Ryan brings to the tickets is firing up Obama's base to stop the 3R's - Romney, Ryan, and Rand to keep them from ruining, ransacking, and ravaging the middle class

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Vegasman56 2 years 6 weeks ago

We are losing democracy in this country, the radical right-wing conservatives cannot win without lying, cheating and manipulating the vote. This country is turning into a banana republic promoted by right wing talk radio propaganda with the help of Fox News misdirecting the truth. This country is definitely sending the wrong message to the rest of the world that honesty is an illusion we have in this country. And that Corporation greed for controlled of the government versus the American elections is more important than democracy.

Ayn Rand she was also the progenitor of a sweeping “moral philosophy” that justifies the privilege of the wealthy and demonizes not only the slothful, undeserving poor but the lackluster middle-classes as well. Paul Ryan’s mentor

jcacourt 2 years 6 weeks ago

I would hope the American public understands the signifigance of a Romney/Ryan win. My only concern is there are millions of uneducated, unthinking voters out there. Let's just hope the strong Democratic base will hit the polls in extremely large numbers to re-elect President Obama. It is our only hope of recovering much which has been lost since the presidency of "good old" President Reagan, who was also a crappy governor when I live in CA.

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2950-10K 2 years 6 weeks ago

I wonder if Romney has stopped to ponder the extreme nature of some of Ryan's Teabagger Zealots. Say Romney loses the election just like Bush did twice and finds himself in the White House. Some items I have read very recently indicate some of these Teabag Zealots are extremely excited that Mr Ayn Ryan would only be a heartbeat away from becoming leader of the free world. Not to worry though, by selecting Ryan, Romney has surrendered any hope of winning and at the same time has done us all a big favor by exposing the Republican Party for just what they have become, a big damn Koch machine with Teabaggers addicted to the drink.

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telliottmbamsc 2 years 6 weeks ago

Forecast: Romney is already President, the corporations are just letting us play the charade we call Democracy.

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rob321pgh 2 years 6 weeks ago

As long as Fox so call news is calling the republican talking points is does not look to good Fox has to be put on PRIME cable so all the stupid people can not here their lies

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