Republican vice presidential nominee Rep. Paul Ryan acknowledged Sunday the campaign has made some missteps, but expressed confidence about victory -- saying the presidential debates will offer voters a “very clear choice” in the final weeks of the race between failed policies and a stagnant economy or a “brighter future.”
Ryan said on “Fox News Sunday” that Mitt Romney will have the chance during the first debate Wednesday to “give the American people the choice we are offering.”
“We owe the country a very clear choice of a different future,” said Ryan, R-Wis. “We can either have a dynamic, growing economy that produces opportunity, or we can have a stagnant economy that fosters dependency. We can stick with the failed policies of the four last years … or we can get a brighter future.”
Ryan brushed aside recent polls showing President Obama leading Romney, and suggested that the so-called “mainstream media” has helped the president’s re-election effort.
“We’re going to win this race,” Ryan said.
The roughly 20-minute interview covered a wide range of topics, including both candidates' economic policies.
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