Paul Ryan Stops by The Villages
THE VILLAGES, FL.
Today Mitt Romney's running mate Paul Ryan visited a large Florida retirement community.
More than 2,000 people gathered at The Villages to hear Republican Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan speak about job creation, Medicare and other future plans.
"The Romney Ryan plan for a stronger middle class is designed to get this economy growing. 12 million jobs, grow the economy at four percent. This would create 713,000 jobs right in Florida alone."
He said one way to create more jobs is by making, selling and growing more in America and then selling it overseas.
Ryans' mother Betty Douglas joined him during Saturdays rally.
Democrats have been attacking Ryan's planon medicare arguing it would cost money for senior citizens.
During the rally, Ryan spoke about the issue.
He assured the seniors in the audience that they don't have to worry about the future of the Medicare if Mitt Romney becomes the president of the United States.
"Our plan does not effect people who are in or near retirement. It's a promise that was made and it's a promise that must be kept," said Ryan.
He said in order to save Medicare for this genereation, it has to be reformed during his generation.
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