After weeks of veepstakes drama, Mitt Romney introduced Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan as his running mate this morning in Norfolk, Virginia. After a small slip-up where Mr. Romney accidentally introduced Mr. Ryan as “the next President of the United States,” the congressman settled in to a speech in which he said President Barack Obama’s policies “didn’t make things better” and vowed that “Mitt Romney and I will take the right steps, in the right time, to get us back on the right track.”
Mitt Romney rolled out his running mate, Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan, at an event at the U.S.S. Wisconsin in Norfolk, Virginia this morning, but he made a slight mistake when introducing the man he hopes will serve as his vice president next year.
“Join me in welcoming the next President of the United States, Paul Ryan,” Mr. Romney said as his running mate took the stage.
Mitt Romney is set to reveal his running mate at an event at the USS Wisconsin tomorrow in Norfolk, Virginia, according to a late night email from the Romney campaign, which noted the big reveal will kick off Mr. Romney’s “The Romney Plan For A Stronger Middle Class” bus tour. The location and a report from the Weekly Standard that came out just twenty minutes before the official announcement indicate Mr. Romney may have settled on Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan. Continue reading “Romney Will Announce His Running Mate Tomorrow Morning”→
Hey, have you seen New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s goofy web video with Newark hero-Mayor Cory Booker? Have you? Have you? Well, if you’re famous enough, Mr. Christie has probably tried to pitch it to you over Twitter.
Last night, the official account of the New Jersey Governor tweeted at Saturday Night Live and Seth Meyers, suggesting Mr. Christie and Mr. Booker would be good for a sketch on the show. Cute. But a quick glance further into his feed shows clear and troubling signs of desperation.