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"After spending four years spinning in all directions, the U.S. needs to change course and the man who can do it is Governor Mitt Romney," Republican presidential candidate, Ryan said Wednesday before a packed audience of fans Republicans in Tampa Bay Times Forum.
"I'm ready to take the call of my generation," promised the vice presidential candidate.
Ryan's words were preceded by several speakers that night illustrated the greater racial diversity of the three-day Republican convention, with a heartfelt speech of former Secretary of State , the former presidential candidate , Governor of Puerto Rico Luis and New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez.
"The dictators of Iran and Syria threaten regional security, prevent Russia and China should be answered and everyone wonders what is the U.S. doing? '" Rice told some 4,000 delegates, not to mention to Venezuela Among the countries where democracy is at stake, he said.
Martinez, the first Hispanic woman governor, was in charge of presenting to Ryan, but not before telling her humble past in the border city (Texas) and presented as the spitting image of the American dream, until today carries "a magnum 373 ", said proudly on his weapon.
Ryan, 42, a congressman from Wisconsin (north) who chairs the Budget Committee of the House, is from now on the task of bringing the party members and the country's ideas on economic policy Duo Republican Romney to help connect with the conservative wing of the party and woo the youth.
Known for his conservative stance on social issues like abortion and gay marriage, Ryan favors giving an uncompromising battle against the deficit, especially through drastic cuts in social spending.
"We have a project to strengthen the middle class in order to create 12 million jobs in the next four years," said Ryan.
The candidate for vice president speech was the highlight of the second day of the convention, which ends on Thursday after the intervention of Romney, which formally accepted his party's nomination for the presidential elections.
Postponed one day after the start of the convention by Hurricane Isaac, this city near the Gulf of Florida, Romney and Ryan were formally elected by the delegates at the convention as candidates to contest the presidency to on 6 November.