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article imagePaul Ryan: Obama's policies threaten Judeo-Christian values

By Can Tran     Nov 5, 2012 in Politics
As Election Day on November 6 draws closely near, Paul Ryan the GOP VP candidate has made a last ditch attack saying that Obama's policies "threaten Judeo-Christian values."
As Election Day is bound to start in a matter of hours, both the the Democratic incumbent Barack Obama and GOP nominee Mitt Romney are busy gearing up as they both race to the White House respectively to re-claim or claim the United States Presidency. With Election Day taking place tomorrow, on November 6, things can get interesting in many ways.
One example is Romney getting a last-minute endorsement from Sarah Palin. Palin was the then-VP running mate to 2008 GOP nominee John McCain. Back in October, her political action committee called Sarah PAC had donated $5K to the Romney campaign. However, Palin didn't officially give an endorsement to Romney. Now, at the last minute, Palin endorsed Romney.
Representative Paul Ryan, Romney's chosen VP running mate, is making a last minute attack on Obama. In a last ditch attack, Ryan's playing the religion card. Ryan said to social conservatives that “Judeo-Christian values” are in danger if Obama is re-elected as the United States President. A few times, Ryan talked about how Obama's re-election would jeopardize the Judeo-Christian values of Western civilization.
Ryan even accused Obama of using health care to wage war on religion. Also, he said that the contraception issue was the worst part of Obama's health care plan which many have dubbed as “Obamacare.”
This was in a conference call from Ryan to what is reportedly thousands of evangelicals. Since it's getting close to the wire, one can wonder if this last minute attack on Obama is going to work come Election Day.
Commentators on MSNBC have already weighed in. Alex Wagner, of “Now with Alex Wagner” was one of the commentators. According to Wagner, Ryan managed to become “pathetic and outrageous” in his religious attack on Obama.
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