Whoops: Mitt Romney introduces Paul Ryan as the next President of the United States. And then, even more hilarious, a short-time later comes back on stage to correct himself by putting his arm around Ryan, and says "Every now and then, I'm known to make a mistake."
7:14 AM PT: This has got to be a joke:Romney spent the primary sucking up to Ryan (remember him attacking Newt Gingrich for saying Ryan was guilty of right-wing social engineering?). Romney has endorsed the Ryan plan. And now he's picked Ryan. If he wants to change the name of the plan to the Romney-Ryan plan, that's fine. But he's not escaping the substance of the plan itself. And only Mitt Romney would be dumb enough to think he could even try.
7:16 AM PT: RE: The above from Peter Hamby:Good luck with that Mitt. You own the Ryan plan.
7:19 AM PT: Eric Cantor on CNN right now is already denying that Ryan's plan would end Medicare. Of course he's wrong, it does end Medicare, but even if they never admit the truth, the last thing they want to do is spend every day from now until the election denying that their plan will end Medicare.
7:19 AM PT: I predict that Romney, if he tries to dump the Ryan plan, will retroactively say Newt Gingrich was right about right-wing social engineering.7:20 AM PT: