Peace and strength the Romney-Ryan foreign policy, Rep. tells Clermont County

Sep 12, 2012

Republican Vice Presidential nominee Paul Ryan criticized the administration's foreign policy while campaigning in Clermont County tonight.

Surrounded by straw and nearly 2,ooo supporters in Owensville, Rep. Paul Ryan referenced the violence in Libya and Egypt and said the Obama administration has sent mixed signals to the world.

“This administration’s policies project weakness abroad, undercutting allies like Israel, outreach to enemies like Iran, national security leaks and devastating defense cuts.” 

Ryan said a weak America breeds insecurity and chaos around the world. He said a Romney-Ryan foreign policy would include peace and strength. Ryan said Republicans would get the country out of debt and promote growth and prosperity.  That was a message supporter Bob Hosermann wanted to hear.

"I hope that we can get Mitt in there and do what we have to do to straighten things out."

Ryan referenced the importance of Ohio.  Earlier today Vice President Joe Biden was in Dayton.  President Obama comes to Cincinnati Monday.