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Unaired & Unedited: Paul Ryan Responds To So-Called Fact-Checkers Of His RNC Speech

McGovern Wrote: Aug 31, 2012 3:47 PM
The GM plant in Janesville did not close until April, 2009. Ryan did not lie.
ZombieLove Wrote: Sep 01, 2012 10:55 AM
Yes he did. He tried to blame Obama for something that was well on its way to being shut down. It was announced in June 2008. Splitting hairs is just a Rethug distraction.

Ryan lied. He continues to lie. That's his job.
gs425 Wrote: Sep 02, 2012 2:17 PM
No he didn't. He or anyone else for that matter blamed Zero for shutting down the plant. He said that Zero campained at the plant and said the government would help. The plant remained open past his inaug and during and after the GM bailout and then closed.

Nowhere in there did anyone blame Obama for shutting it down. You're using lies to call someone a liar. You know who does that? Liars.
uhohshortsonthehighway Wrote: Sep 12, 2012 7:04 AM
The plain facts about this issue are: Obama campaigned at that auto plant in 2008. Obama promised the workers, who were probably on notice of closure, that the plant would remain open. He did not fulfill that promise. He led those workers to believe he was going to SAVE THEIR JOBS. Because of that, those workers and every eligible voter in their families and all their friends voted for B.Hussein. Obama got what he wanted, the presidency, he was too busy apologizing for America to our enemies too bother with American auto workers. Or, is that splitting hairs as well?

I've been trying to keep busy here at the RNC and managed to tap into a rogue feed from the NBC news network and captured this live Brian Williams interview with Paul Ryan where Ryan has a chance to respond to the criticism he's received from the Left since his speech last night. Enjoy the off-air exchange at the conclusion of the interview.

NOTE: I did edit out the talk on abortion because it was tired and Williams' attempts to play "gotcha" with Ryan failed miserably.