Paul Ryan says Obama is no Clinton
Republican vice presidential candidate, Rep. Paul Ryan, greets supporters during a campaign event at the Westlake Recreation Center, Sept. 4 in Westlake, Ohio. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
U.S. President Barack Obama is no Bill Clinton, says Paul Ryan, Republican vice presidential candidate.
"My guess is we will get a great rendition of how good things were in the 1990s, but we’re not going to hear much about how things have been the last four years,” Ryan told the crowd Wednesday outside the Dallas County Courthouse, reports NBC.
“And, by the way, under President Clinton, we got welfare reform. Chuck Grassley, everybody else in Congress — we got welfare reform, which moved people from welfare to work to get people out of poverty. President Obama is rolling back welfare reform.
"President Clinton worked with Republicans in Congress to have a budget agreement, to cut spending. President Obama? A gusher of new spending and only demagoguery from those of us who have offered solutions.”
Last month, Ryan said "Obama can’t run on his record, he didn’t moderate his positions like Bill Clinton did, he went hard to the left."