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.”
Vice-President Joe Biden appeared at New York University today to deliver a much anticipated address laying out his administration’s case against Mitt Romney’s foreign policy vision.
And Mr. Biden went on the attack, painting Mr. Romney as woefully unprepared for the role of Commander-in-Chief, describing him as a both a flip-flopper who consistently misrepresents his own and Barack Obama’s record and views, and as someone even out-of-step with the rightward tilt of today’s Republican Party. Read More