…of Paul Ryan’s speech. I enjoyed the speech a lot. He hit a lot of points that will definitely hurt the Obama campaign’s efforts. Those that are just now starting to pay attention to politics will look at this and wonder what the hell the MSM has been doing these last four years. They obviously weren’t doing their job.

Over at Townhall.com there’s a good analysis of the speech, with highlights from it that you should go take a look at.
Check it out:

Wednesday Night Grand Slam
Guy Benson

GOP Vice Presidential nominee Paul Ryan delivered exceptionally strong remarks in Tampa tonight, capping off an incredible hour of nationally-televised speeches from Republican headliners.  The construction and tone of Ryan’s address was masterful.  He was serious, earnest, likeable — and he took apart President Obama’s record with great skill and relish.  The Congressman opened with a stark assessment of the dismal campaign President Obama has been forced to run, due to his failed record in office:

I’m the newcomer to the campaign, so let me share a first impression.  I have never seen opponents so silent about their record, and so desperate to keep their power.  They’ve run out of ideas.  Their moment came and went. Fear and division are all they’ve got left.  With all their attack ads, the president is just throwing away money – and he’s pretty experienced at that.  You see, some people can’t be dragged down by the usual cheap tactics, because their ability, character, and plain decency are so obvious – and ladies and gentlemen, that is Mitt Romney.


  1. jonolan says:

    The MSM was doing it’s job and has been doing it proficiently for some time. It’s just that their job isn’t what they claim it to be…

    • 1IDVET says:

      That’s a good way to look at it.
      I prefer that they do the job that they were intended to do.

      • jonolan says:

        Yeah, I’d prefer that too but it’s not likely to happen until America purges itself of the Left in word, thought, and deed – and, at that point, the whole MSM Libtard shilling becomes moot.