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‘Ryan says Obama compromises Judeo-Christian values’


‘In the campaign’s last week, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and Ryan, his running mate, have argued that if elected, they would end partisan divisiveness and work with Democrats to find solutions in Washington’.

CASTLE ROCK, Colorado (Reuters) – ‘In a telephone call with evangelical voters Sunday night, U.S. Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan told potential voters that President Barack Obama’s path for the United States compromises Judeo-Christian values’.

‘Speaking to the Faith and Freedom Coalition, a leading group of Christian conservatives, Ryan attacked Obama’s vision in stark terms’.

“It’s a dangerous path,” Ryan said of Obama’s plan for the United States. “It’s a path that grows government, restricts freedom and liberty, and compromises those values, those Judeo-Christian, Western civilization values that made us such a great and exceptional nation in the first place.”
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One thought on “‘Ryan says Obama compromises Judeo-Christian values’

  1. There are a few angles to this that are worth considering. The first is that this is some pretty unhinged rhetoric for a candidate seeking national office. It’s expected that Ryan would condemn President Obama’s agenda, but to argue that the agenda threatens the values of “western civilization” is qualitatively different. It’s the kind of extremism we might expect from a televangelist, not a vice presidential candidate two days before an election.

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