Convention-bound Ryan slams Obama for presiding over ‘debt, doubt and decline’

Making one last stop in his hometown before flying to Tampa for the official nomination to the Republican ticket, vice presidential pick Paul Ryan slammed the current White House for putting the nation down a road of “debt, doubt and decline.”

In an interview with Fox News’ Bret Baier, Ryan teed up his speech at the Republican National Convention by stressing that the weather-delayed event will nevertheless provide a critical opportunity to draw a “contrast” with President Obama’s policies.

“The contrast between the President Obama plan, which has put us (down the road of) debt, doubt and decline, versus Mitt Romney’s vision and solutions for a better future, to get us back to prosperity, couldn’t be clearer,” Ryan said. “And what we want to do is highlight those contrasts.”

As Republican officials announced that the abbreviated convention would be going forward as planned, after a one-day delay, Ryan said safety remains the priority and “we’ll have to call … how we see it.”

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