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Obama Camp Melts Down Over Ryan's Speech

Jerry Baustian Wrote: Aug 31, 2012 1:18 AM
Quote: "(4) The Stimulus - Pointing out that Paul Ryan asked that his district receive a slice of a giant, wasteful pie after it was passed -- and despite his opposition -- is at worst an instance of hypocrisy. It does not disprove anything that Ryan said in his speech, and it does not change the empirical fact that Barack Obama's borrowed stimulus has utterly failed " As best as I can tell, the letters Paul Ryan wrote in favor of two Wisconsin companies were not for companies in his district. There were two energy companies; I do not know if they were energy research companies, or energy conservation companies, or what they do exactly. But they are both located in Madison, in the district represented by Democrat Tammy Baldwin.
RHSimard Wrote: Aug 31, 2012 9:24 PM
Nonsense. Ryan opposed the stimulus, but it passed anyway. Once it is fait accompli, the damage is done. It would be ridiculous to pass on a part of it that is legitimately available.
Callie369 Wrote: Aug 31, 2012 3:35 AM
Too bad Tammy Baldwin wasn't interested in helping her own district.

The Obama campaign is lashing out at Paul Ryan, claiming that his fantastic convention speech last night was packed with falsehoods and lies.  Here's their hysterical response video:

To the surprise of no one, the ad's "rebuttals" are misleading and wrong themselves.  Point by point:

(1) They begin with video of CNN reporters discussing accusations of Ryan's "lies." This is proof that the Obama campaign sent out a lot of angry...