WEST GOSHEN – Thousands gathered Tuesday at the American Helicopter Museum as Republican Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan spoke on jobs, the economy and Medicare reform.
Ryan’s nearly 30-minute speech fired up the crowd and motivated supporters as the Nov. 6th election draws near.
“He really energized this crowd and we are really excited to work for this man,” said Susan Franco, a Republican Committeewoman from Sadsbury. “He talks to people instead of giving a speech. He made us believe there is hope for tomorrow.”
Ryan spoke to supporters about an alternative vision of America that he and presidential candidate Mitt Romney have as opposed to President Obama.
“Why don’t we take away President Obama’s job and create jobs for everybody,” Ryan asked. “With the right leadership we can get the economy back on track.”