Did Paul Ryan’s speech accomplish what the RNC wanted?

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By The Cycle Staff
Courtesy: AP Images
Courtesy: AP Images

The grand finale of the Republican National Convention will occur this evening with Mitt Romney formally accepting the Republican nomination for President of the United States. Last night, Paul Ryan accepted his Vice Presidential Nomination with a speech that made the crowd in Tampa go wild and be able to stand up and cheer for something they believe in. From his attacks directly on President Obama to praise for his running mate some say his speech needed to be fact checked a little more closely while others believe the new kid on the block did exactly what he was supposed to do: fire up the Republican National Convention.  This is a task the Romney campaign was hoping he would accomplish.

Tonight it is Romney’s turn to fire up the crowd and tell those undecided voters why he is the right candidate for the Oval Office.

Today during our show we will put the Paul Ryan question through our Spin Cycle. Be sure to tune in and let us know what you thought of Ryan’s speech
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Did Paul Ryan's speech accomplish what the RNC wanted?

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