Ryan Says Obama Had His Chance

Vice presidential candidate criticizes Obama administration's level of spending.
3:00 | 10/11/12

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I want to thank you as well Martha. Danville Kentucky senator -- don't think you jail. It's been honored to engage in this critical debate. We face. It very big choice. What kind of country we're going to be. What kind of country are we going to -- our kids. President Obama he had his chance he made his choices. His economic agenda more spending more borrowing higher taxes a government takeover of health care. It's not working. It's failed to -- the jobs we need 23 million Americans are -- for work today. 15% of Americans are in poverty. This is not what a real recovery looks like. You deserve better. Mitt Romney and I want to earn your support. We're offering real reforms for a real recovery for every American. Mitt Romney. His experience. His ideas. His solutions. Is uniquely qualified to get this job done at a time -- we have a jobs crisis in America would be nice to have a job creator in the White House. The choice is clear. Stagnant economy. A promotes more government dependency. For. A dynamic growing economy -- promote opportunity and jobs. Mitt -- and I will not duck the tough issues. And we will not blame others for the next four years we will take responsibility. And we will not try to replace our founding principles. We will re apply our founding principles. The choice is clear and the choice. Rests with U. And we ask you for your vote --

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