Republican Vice Presidential nominee Paul Ryan says President Obama's attempt to cut military spending is putting Americans at risk overseas.
Ryan yesterday kicked off three days of campaigning in Ohio with a stop in Lima, home to a tank plant on the military chopping block. Ryan's budget plan cuts taxes for the wealthy and cuts government programs but leaves the Pentagon budget alone. The Associated Press reports that while in Congres, Ryan voted for the defense cuts he's now criticizing. Ryan also told the crowd The President lacks the experience to improve the economy. Recent polls of Ohiovoters show The President leads Republican rival Mitt Romney by 5 to 7 points. The President is scheduled to make campaign stops in Bowling Green and Kent on Wednesday.