WAUKESHA, WI (WTAQ) - Wisconsin’s Paul Ryan accused President Obama Monday of stealing the next generation’s future.
The vice presidential candidate from Janesville spoke at a mid-morning rally at Carroll University’s field house in Waukesha.
Ryan wore a Green Bay Packers’ tie to tout his favorite team’s upset victory over the previously undefeated Houston Texans last night. Republican Governor Scott Walker introduced Ryan – and he said America needs a comeback similar to what the Packers demonstrated.
Ryan told the home state crowd that he plans to celebrate a November 6th victory by him and Mitt Romney by going deer hunting with his 10-year-old daughter.
Ryan said President Obama inherited a tough situation four years ago, but he has only made it worse. The House Budget chairman said, “We have a president who believes borrowing and spending and regulating and raising taxes is the secret to economic success.” And he added, “We need a new president.”
Ryan promoted the Romney plan to cut taxes by 20 percent across the board, as a pathway to growing the nation’s economy.
Meanwhile, First Lady Michelle Obama plans to appear in Racine and Wausau on Friday. Details have not been released yet.