But Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan shot back today telling me that General Motors isn't alive in his hometown of Janesville, Wisc.
"The president came to Janesville…before the plant shut down and said he would lead an effort to retool the plant. After the plant was shut down he said he would lead an effort to retool the plant to get people back to work. They're still not back to work," he said. "I really ask the 23 million people George who are struggling to find work in America today if we're better off than we were four years ago?"
The congressman says the Romney-Ryan ticket offers "big solutions in a big year" to create jobs, lower our debt, lower our taxes and create economic growth.
But the Democrats are taking aim at those ideas,Read More »from Ryan: GM 'Isn't Alive in My Hometown'