President Obama versus Romney and His VP Pick Paul Ryan

| August 19, 2012

During the 2008 presidential election President Barack Obama had a clear lead over of his former and current presidential opponent Mitt Romney. However, that does not appear to be the case based on the current polls for the upcoming 2012 elections. As reports have come in over the past few weeks result show Romney either trailing President Obama by a mere 3-5% or Romney surpassing the president on the current campaign trail.

Mitt Romney introduces Paul Ryan to America. Ever since Mitt Romney announced his running mate Paul Ryan to Americans on August 11th, 2012 polls have been increasing more in Romney’s favor. It appears that Republican Paul Ryan is not only popular among women but also the younger generation. With more and more 18-25 year old voting than ever this appears to have a positive effect of Mitt Romeny’s  quest to relieve President Barack Obama from his current seat as President of the United States. The question being raised is, Is Ryan’s youth what American are looking for? It seems like the answer to that question is leaning more to yes rather than no.

Only time will tell whether or not Mitt Romney made the right choice in choosing Paul Ryan as his running mate for the 2012 elections and whether President Obama will be the first president in many terms not to be re-elected to serve a second term in office. Another question could be posed.

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