Americans don't believe GOP presidential contender Mitt Romney hit a home run with his choice of Paul Ryan as a running mate, a USA TODAY/Gallup Poll finds, with more of the public giving him lower marks than high ones.
USA TODAY/Gallup polls of registered voters after the announcements of running mates since Dick Cheney in 2000 all showed more positive reactions. Only Dan Quayle in a 1988 Harris Poll of likely voters was viewed less positively than Ryan, with 52% rating Quayle as a "fair" or "poor" vice presidential choice.
The USA TODAY/Gallup survey also finds 48% of Americans view Ryan as qualified to be president if something should happen to Romney, while 29% do not and 23% were undecided. Only Palin, then the governor of Alaska, and Quayle, a two-term senator from Indiana, were rated lower than Ryan.
That, combined with the fact that Ryan collected social security survivor's benefits at age 16 after his father's death... and THEY PAID FOR HIS COLLEGE EDUCATION..... is going to be a big problem for this little hypocrite.
Also a guy with an ego like his, who is good looking, is impossible NOT to have pussy problems. Watch for a bimbo eruption soon too.
In a surprising swing since Mitt Romney announced Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan as his running mate last weekend, the Republican candidate has ceded 5 points to President Barack Obama in the Rasmussen daily tracking poll.