"Consider his voting record:
YES on TARP
YES on Economic Stimulus Act of 2008
YES on $15 billion bailout for GM and Chrysler.
YES on $192 billion additional anti-recession stimulus spending.
YES on prescription drug benefit for Medicare recipients
YES on extending unemployment benefits from 39 weeks to 59 weeks
YES on Head Start Act
YES on No Child Left Behind Act
YES on making the PATRIOT Act permanent
YES on allowing electronic surveillance without a warrant
YES on emergency $78 billion for war in Iraq & Afghanistan
YES on Budget Control Act of 2011 to raise debt ceiling"
On the other hand from Moment of Clarity:
"Paul Ryan is not a libertarian, so don’t expect me to heap praise on his policy prescriptions or his ideological bent. But he is a fine Republican selection for Vice President and a worthy native son to represent Wisconsin to the world. He is a decent man, and wholly undeserving of the character assassination sure to be hurled his way by the unhinged left. The hinged left will be barely more civil."
"Naturally, I don’t think either the Romney or Ryan plans go nearly far enough to tame government spending and scale back its unconstitutional reach - I like Rand Paul’s plan better and Gary Johnson’s plan much better. But not far enough in the right direction is a whole lot better than any distance in the wrong direction.