Romney-Ryan Debate - Haymarket, VA

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Are you happy that Romney picked Paul Ryan as his VP?

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Evelyn Lachance

Gainesville, VA

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Oct 24, 2012
 
I think they can beat the heck out of the team that's in office
Madison Downs

Culpeper, VA

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Oct 25, 2012
 
Ryan appears to be a man of no substance.
new hammer time

Richmond, VA

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Oct 25, 2012
 
Evelyn Lachance wrote:
I think they can beat the heck out of the team that's in office
Yeah, like hell they will.
Clueless about Ryan

Gainesville, VA

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Oct 27, 2012
 
Madison Downs wrote:
Ryan appears to be a man of no substance.
I have been privileged to spend time one on one with Paul Ryan. I was a Naval Academy Blue and Gold Officer for many years. One of the great things about that job is awarding the appointment to the Naval Academy to the selected candidate. Usually this takes place at the high school awards ceremony where lots of people are present, but once in a while it is a small private ceremony with one or two people present and no fanfare or publicity. It was at one of those private ceremonies that I awarded the appointment to a young man from Janesville, WI. Cong. Ryan had awarded the required nomination to this young man and showed up in person at this private ceremony to make the award. I have been doing this for nearly 20 years and the only time a member of Congress showed up was when Paul Ryan did. No photo-op, no publicity, but the right thing to do. Sending a young man or woman to a service academy and potentially a long career of public service really is a big deal. Cong. Ryan recognized that and took a couple of hours out of his day to do this. I had the opportunity to talk to Paul Ryan and was greatly impressed with his character, integrity and sense of proportion. In my mind he is a superb candidate and deserves our support.
Jimmy

Gainesville, VA

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Oct 29, 2012
 
Clueless about Ryan wrote:
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I have been privileged to spend time one on one with Paul Ryan. I was a Naval Academy Blue and Gold Officer for many years. One of the great things about that job is awarding the appointment to the Naval Academy to the selected candidate. Usually this takes place at the high school awards ceremony where lots of people are present, but once in a while it is a small private ceremony with one or two people present and no fanfare or publicity. It was at one of those private ceremonies that I awarded the appointment to a young man from Janesville, WI. Cong. Ryan had awarded the required nomination to this young man and showed up in person at this private ceremony to make the award. I have been doing this for nearly 20 years and the only time a member of Congress showed up was when Paul Ryan did. No photo-op, no publicity, but the right thing to do. Sending a young man or woman to a service academy and potentially a long career of public service really is a big deal. Cong. Ryan recognized that and took a couple of hours out of his day to do this. I had the opportunity to talk to Paul Ryan and was greatly impressed with his character, integrity and sense of proportion. In my mind he is a superb candidate and deserves our support.
Really - You are giving Ryan more credit than the individual getting shipped out over seas. Really - you give him credit for showing up?
Jimmy

Gainesville, VA

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Oct 29, 2012
 
Ryan wants to get rid of Social Security - thinks there are too many free loaders. This is after he was a SSDI recipient, and his mother for many years. He got his, does not think you should get yours.
Bain Bailout

Gainesville, VA

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#7
Oct 29, 2012
 
So, how come the MSM does not question two things?

How come Bain partners needed a $10 Million Dollar bailout, even though the partners had recently received over #200 million?

How did Mitt Romney get over $100 Million dollars into his IRA account - a fund that will never be taxed because he will use generation skipping loopholes and set his grand children up to be super wealthy. The IRA was not meant to do this.

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