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Romney introduces running mate to NC voters
Written by Stephanie Hawco/David Horn   
Monday, 13 August 2012 09:49

(HIGH POINT) -- During campaign rallies on Sunday in High Point and Mooresville, vice-presidential pick Paul Ryan cited North Carolina's 9.4 percent unemployment rate as proof that voters should make a change in November. Crowds of thousands of supporters cheered as Mitt Romney's running mate spelled out what he called a clear choice.

"You know what North Carolina, we can do better than this.  We feel that we owe you a choice.  We can either stay on the current path that we are on, a nation in debt, a nation in doubt, a nation in despair, a national with high unemployment, or we can change this thing and get this country back on the right track," said Ryan.

Monday morning, the senior adviser to President Obama's re-election campaign, David Axelrod called Ryan "a certifiable right-wing ideologue."   Axelrod told  CBS This Morning that he likes Ryan as a person, but he said he does not like Ryan's views, calling them "dangerous" and "harsh".

 
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