Who won the vice presidential debate?
Rep. Eric Cantor weighs in
- Duration 3:36
- Date Oct 12, 2012
Rep. Eric Cantor weighs in
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-- hopeful Paul Ryan stepped up to the -- last night.
-- gets better and debater and vice president Joseph Biden.
Look at all the string of broken promises if you like your health care plan you can keep it tried telling that -- twenty million people.
Court projected to lose their health insurance of obamacare goes through or -- remember when he said.
I promise by the end of my first term -- cut the deficit in half in four years.
We've had fort budgets.
Four trillion dollar deficits.
-- debt crisis is coming we can't keep spending.
And borrowing like this we can't keep spending money we don't have.
Run into problems to fix problems.
So did his.
Colleagues think he helped to take it let's go out to the on the road right now as majority leader congressman Eric Cantor different -- Paul Ryan's their colleagues.
Leader leader cantor how do you think up all right did last night.
I think he knocks it out of the park knowing there's no comparison.
If if you're someone.
Still tuning in on the side on this election what you saw.
Was a class act and Paul Ryan.
And you saw somebody who's certainly up for the job.
Vs the Joseph Biden it was Joseph Biden I mean he was up from Paul's face he was very animated and I think it towards a lot of people off.
And I think ultimately what voters are going to be looking for is.
How are you gonna make my life work again.
And Paul was very definite in terms -- set now what Mitt Romney's plan is to bring this economy back and -- people back to work.
And all Joseph Biden to do was sort of defend.
A record that is really indefensible on the economy but I understand the -- Tuesday and -- the vice president certainly last night says.
We're on the right track we have good job numbers at the -- going in the right direction and they were so bad before I got here your reaction.
-- -- think that falls on deaf ears how can you say that I mean we've got an employment level.
The number of people were actually work at the lowest level in thirty years.
You've got -- poverty rate as well as a rate of folks' home food stamps.
Stands at the -- ever on how could you say that we -- gonna defend where we're going right now the stimulus program do you think he scored on.
The chairman when he said hey you sent me two letters asking for stuff for Wisconsin how bad could the stimulus have been the key -- there.
You know I can identify with Paul on the on the issue you know we all get our request from constituents -- -- available federal grants.
And want us advocate on behalf of their cause I think Paul dispense with the question in the appropriate manner he says lord John.
I'm elect about my constituency is it's not that I approve of this stimulus programs on endorsing they're project.
Not the stimulus -- I think he handled that well.
Now real quick what do you expect on Tuesday judging by.
-- we can take away today it also came up about Ben Ghazi in Libya last night.
Well I certainly hope there's more our discussion about that because you know Joseph Biden was quick to roll the CIA under the bus.
You know I think this is also reflective of -- the relationship that the White House's had with the CIA.
And did it left to the American people with more un answered questions I mean the question is.
Why did we ignore why did the White House ignore the request more security.
How did all this happen in the first place.
What what what is going on are we able to operate and secure our embassy probably get some answers this -- -- -- early as today majority leader Eric Kantor thanks so much.