Tell Us: Did Paul Ryan's Speech Win Your Vote?

Ryan made his big debut to the American people at the National Republican Convention. But will he gain voters?

Last night made his national debut in Tampa at the National Republican Convention.  He not only shared about his personal life, but he also criticized the Obama administration by comparing it to a "ship trying to sail with yesterday's wind." 

Do you think his speech will help to win voters?  Did he win your vote?

Leave your comments below.

domenic stagno August 30, 2012 at 01:45 PM
No, Not at all! He is truly a a wolf in sheep's clothing! He has a Mr Nice Guy, regular Joe facade, but he is a cutthroat at heart. He and ERomney will cut aid to the poor and that is enough to know!
domenic stagno August 30, 2012 at 01:47 PM
Oh, I forgot, Ryan and Romney both have a unheallthy fear and hatred of gay people! Thanks for reading!
alice August 30, 2012 at 02:47 PM
Yes. It is time we face the facts the budget has to be addressed to save our country for our children. We need a budget. To run a country without one is inane and unacceptable. The reality is Obama change was for the worse and we are on a financial cliff because due to overspending, unemployment, printing money, obamacare, and bad decisions and indecisions. GO ROMNEY! GO RYAN! .
Susan August 30, 2012 at 03:37 PM
Yes! I thought he was articulate and convincing that the Romney/Ryan ticket has the answer to fix our economy.
Yorvis Kalinsky August 30, 2012 at 04:13 PM
Meh. But I liked the part where he asked what Americans got for the Bush and Obama stimulus packages and he answered "more debt" . . . interesting that the ~ 1/3 of the packages that were tax cuts just weren't worth mentioning.


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