1. James Hirsen: A Predictable Reaction from Hollywood to the Paul Ryan Pick
2. Ronald Kessler: Romney Hits Bull's-Eye with Paul Ryan
3. John LeBoutillier: The Ryan Pick: The Hand of God?
4. Doug Johnson: Romney/Ryan Will Be a Polarizing Duo
A Predictable Reaction from Hollywood to the Paul Ryan Pick
By James Hirsen
Recent comments from some of Hollywood’s more vocal left-winged celebrities have been remarkably shrill toward GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Some celebrities continued the political trash talk even after Saturday’s announcement that Romney had chosen as his vice presidential running mate the genial Rep. Paul Ryan, crudely taking to their Twitter accounts to disparage the new GOP team. [Go here for a sampling of the posts...] Watch James on Fox & Friends.
Romney Hits Bull's-Eye with Paul Ryan
Mitt Romney hit the bulls-eye with his selection of Rep. Paul Ryan as his vice presidential candidate. On the one hand, Ryan will energize conservatives who have been lukewarm toward Romney, dispelling once and for all the notion that Romney is not a true conservative. On the other hand, the 42-year-old Ryan, with his boyish good looks and laser focus on the economy, will appeal to independents. [more...]
The Ryan Pick: The Hand of God?
Mitt Romney’s selection of Paul Ryan to be his running mate will not help Romney win the election. Romney has run such a poor campaign that it is now doubtful he is going to win - barring an economic collapse - even though this is an entirely winnable election. Romney has run one of the worst challenger campaigns in the modern political era. From his poor, message-less speeches and empty interviews to the self-created mess of Cayman-Swiss bank accounts/un-revealed income taxes/Bain/offshore jobs, he has sabotaged his own chances of ever being President. [more...]
Romney/Ryan Will Be a Polarizing Duo
By Doug Johnson
With a nation in so much trouble that we face imminent collapse if we do not make serious changes in this election, it is critical that this election be about clear choices. But if the electorate are not involved enough to study the issues and make informed decisions, then the election needs more polarization to get people to see the drastic differences between the failed efforts of the president’s administration and what the Republicans have to offer. To that end Mitt Romney unveiled a decision on Saturday that is said to polarize this election by choosing Paul Ryan as his running mate. That decision is critical if America has a chance at making the necessary decisions in this election. [more...]