'Run, Ryan, Run'
10:44 AM, Aug 5, 2011 • By DANIEL HALPER
Jeff Anderson argues at National Review Online that Congressman Paul Ryan "has outgrown his office" and should run for president. "If Ryan wants to change America, he needs to change jobs," Anderson writes.
The 2012 election will be about the economy. Paul Ryan has proven that he's the most articulate advocate of the conservative position on economic and budgetary issues. Anderson writes:
"This time around, as we approach what’s likely to be the most important presidential election at least since 1864, Republicans cannot afford to nominate anyone other than their best and brightest — and the best and brightest can’t afford to sit it out," Anderson writes. "The fate of Obamacare, and more broadly of limited government and liberty, too clearly hangs in the balance. Americans deserve to have 2012 feature Paul Ryan versus Barack Obama, locked in a battle for the future — and the soul — of the country."
For more, read the boss's editorial, "Six Circumstances in Search of a Candidate."
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