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Topic - Ryan
Rep. Paul Ryan, the Republican vice presidential nominee, cast his ballot Tuesday in the 2012 elections, saying he feels good about his ticket's chances.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr.'s bizarre behavior in Thursday night's debate was no accident. The exaggerated expressions and overheated theatrics were meant to distract the public from arriving at the obvious conclusion: This administration has no viable solutions to America's problems.
It's not just Medicare. President Obama plans to start picking apart other sections of Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan's sweeping budget proposals as he tries to paint the GOP ticket as too extreme for the nation. Next up: education.
Tests done Monday on Texas Rangers President Nolan Ryan showed no new heart problems for the Hall of Fame pitcher, who was hospitalized after experiencing discomfort over the weekend.
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There is a potential presidential candidate whom almost every Republican wants. This person would not only galvanize the GOP base, but attract large numbers of independents and centrists as well. He would smash President Obama in 2012 and probably win by a landslide. He is Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin.
Rep. Paul D. Ryan, Wisconsin Republican, said Tuesday he would not run for the Senate seat being vacated by Democratic Sen. Herb Kohl, opening the door for former Wisconsin Gov. Tommy Thompson, who was toying with entering the race.
Mark Sanchez is ready to go for the New York Jets.
Lumpkins' other son, Ryan, wrote, "This happened all over a fish. A fish that God put on this earth for us to catch. A fish that is overpopulated now. Fish that eat baby crabs. A fish that eats all our trout and spot."
he agreed that 20 years is a "reasonable" target date for a balanced budget, provided there is that combination of entitlement reform, increased revenues and other spending cuts.