Skip to comments.LIVE Paul Ryan Speaks at Alma Mater Miami University, Ohio
Posted on 08/15/2012 3:03:23 PM PDT by GOPinCa
Live video of Paul Ryan speaking live at 6:00pm EST. Just reported at least 6,000 people in crowd.
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He should waive his transcript in the air. Laughs all around.
Thanks. Is Ryan’s speaking schedule posted anywhere?
I don’t know if it’s posted anywhere. I think the campaign should definitely post it.
Just searched and found that Paul Ryan will be campaigning Thursday at Walsh University in North Canton, OH.
Someone just signaled 2-5-2-5 on the live stream.
Some lib caller on the Garrison show was trying to convince people that Miami is a junior college and Ryan was a dropout.
I hope the guy runs into Bo Schembechler in the next life.
Thanks. How did you find that? I’m in San Diego and wondering if they’ll make a stop here.
Just did a google search for “Paul Ryan” and “Thursday” and it popped up.
that is all they have
to lie and hurl childish insults
aside from being a great academic institution it is also called the cradle of coaches
Is he already done?
Waiting on him to arrive.
How cool is the coverage?
No snide remarks
it actually sounds very respectful
Yeah Ernie Kellerman from my hs, 3-time all MAC quarterback, went there, among scores of others.
Has not started yet, crowd is there and Ryan is on his way over
Gov Kasich is talking now about Ohio and Paul Ryan.
check out this list
The Cradle of Coaches is a nickname given to Miami University in Oxford, Ohio for producing star football coaches including Earl Blaik, Paul Brown, Woody Hayes, Bill Arnsparger, George Little, Weeb Ewbank, Sid Gillman, Ara Parseghian, Bo Schembechler, John Pont, Carmen Cozza, Bill Mallory, Jim Tressel, Joe Novak, Ron Zook, Dick Crum, Paul Dietzel, William Narduzzi, Randy Walker, John Harbaugh, Gary Moeller, Larry Smith, Dick Tomey, Sean Payton and Terry Hoeppner
junior college indeed
Gov Kaisich and Sen Portman introducing Ryan
OT- here’s something REALLY funny:
Rob Portman now.
LOL - Good for him! Umm, Portman is rather dull, isn’t he.
I am in CA as well. Unless this really turns into a wave election, we will only see either candidate here as part of fund raising expeditions. Our state is just too blue to merit their attention. If we do start to see commercials or campaign appearances here, it will be a very good sign.
LOL- I was JUST thinking that- very nice fellow- but holy cow- he would have put us ALL to sleep.
I love this guy.
No prompter at all!
I didn’t have to read past the first name on your list.
Chills on my arms
Portman tried to create a frenzy with the crowd, but he just didn’t have it.
[Thanksgoodness Romney passed over Portman and Pawlenty.]
Love how they play Born in America . . . playing now at the conclusion of the Ryan rally . . . heard it dozens of times at the Newt rallies.
Yes, thank goodness he passed on those two fine & nice gentlemen but they are not what he/we need. Love Paul Ryan. Excellent choice.
Notice how all the Secret Service people around Ryan are also not wearing ties. JFK was mostly responsible for men not having to wear hats all the time in public. Ryan might free us of the dreaded necktie!
How do his socks look??!!
(the word is the NYT may do a hit piece on his socks)
Ryan gives great speech, as usual.
Regarding CA - Obama is at 52% approval and our last governor was “republican”. I hope Romney/Ryan don’t just think it’s a lost cause (even if it probably is).
maybe my hearing loss in my left ear is worse than I thought. I need one of those Esteem things like Rush . . . too much loud music in my teens. :(
My wife and I saw him yesterday in Lakewood, Colorado. There were about 2,500 people there.
So do I.
Miami University academically is called the “Ivy League of the Midwest”. It is a very, very tough school.
Agree. My cousin went there with Ernie Kellerman. They were classmates at the same high school I attended.
Portman is a very nice guy, my former congressman, and my Senator. Despite some who tried to paint him as a liberal, he has been a very consistent conservative vote throughout his political career.
Portman is not a barn-burner, though. He doesn’t set things on fire. Instead, he methodically works his way through what comes his way, and he does it thoroughly and professionally. He is a good man with no real raps on him other than being Bush’s budget guy.
While he is liked in Ohio, I wouldn’t say he has a rabid following by any means. He probably would have helped to carry Ohio, but that because of favorite-son status and not because he is broadly supported.
I like Portman, but Ryan is a better choice.
oh...i am a St John’s grad...during the good ‘ol days of Lou Carneseca, when we had a basketball team that mattered we were the Redmen.....to be politically correct they changed to the Red Storm and have sucked ever since....
The first time I saw Ryan was during the televised Republican healthcare summit with Obama.
When Ryan spoke, his was articulate and in command of the facts and the errors in Obamacare legislation. He spoke of those without referring to notes.
He impressed me then. I had hoped he would jump into the presidential fray last spring.
I am honestly surprised that Romney selected him, but I am glad Romney did. There is no other Republican I would have preferred. I was so apprehensive that Romney might go with Jeb B.
and Woody Hayes on the other side.
One of the local high schools did exactly the same thing.
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