Red, White and Blue
Paul Ryan rallies Republican support in Denver
DENVER- Vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan fired up Republican supporters in Denver Tuesday.
Unlike Monday when Ryan was interrupted by hecklers in Iowa, Ryan spoke to a supportive crowd.
"When you look back four years we had a tough economy. And without a doubt President Obama inherited a difficult situation. Here's the problem: He made it worse!" announced Ryan.
It's day four for VP candidate Paul Ryan and he found himself at a Republican-friendly high school in a Denver suburb.
Congressman Ryan planned all along to be in Colorado this week, he just didn't think it was going to be as Mitt Romney's running mate.
TODAY'S TMJ4's Charles Benson reports Ryan's talking points were about oil and energy at the high school.
Ryan blamed the high cost of gas for costing him $100 to fill up his truck. He also talked about why he's on the debate he believes the country needs to have now.
Like Wisconsin, Colorado is a swing state that went for President Obama in 2008. Ryan was there to help turn the state red.