Friday, August 17, 2012

Ryan in Ohio! UPDATED & BUMPED

[orig post 8.15 6:45pm] 

 8.17 UPDATE - Report from Dimitri:

Breaking the chains of laughter listening to VP Biden and bored standing in line for unemployment …decided why not stand  in line and listen to the next guy who wants this VP seat – a large crowd queued for a half mile or so to squeeze into a square lawn area bounded by buildings on the campus at Miami University in Oxford, OH …not Oz but close enough …when I got to the gates of the Emerald City I was scanned by security and then allowed to rehydrate with provided water bottles, in the warm evening air and on a familiar campus where Paul Ryan had obtained a double major in Business & Poli-Sci, Congressman Ryan was welcomed by a friendly crowd as well as by his former Business Professor, Ohio’s Gov. Kasich & US Senator Rob Portman.  The university’s color - red was predominant in the crowd and in that ‘see of red’ Ryan discussed our country and his forward hopeful outlook that using fiscally sound and reasonable policies we could get the economy back on track in the black …out of an unprecedented and outright scary multi-trillion dollar sea of red spending.  - Dimitri

Photos taken by two Ushanka operatives who were at the Ryan event in Oxford Ohio on Wednesday.

Gov. Kasich and Sen. Portman



Obama's America: lines and more lines:











Ladies and Gentlemen, the next Vice President of the United States.  Paul Ryan!



Our spy, Zhukov, was wearing the Romney "I built my business, Mr. President" shirt!



USA Today article about Ryan's speech, and another at WBUR (via NPR).

Here is a video of Romney's "Unhinged" statements here in Ohio from Monday, via NiceDeb:



Cross-posted by Doug RossNiceDeb and InstaPundit.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for this. We won't be seeing either the crowds or Romney's words in the mainstream media.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for this. We won't be seeing either the crowds or Romney's words in the mainstream media.

R said...

Oh I am so jealous of you for being able to attend today. I don't think I'll have the opportunity.