In Like Flint

Ryan Gets Fed Up During Interview

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Paul Ryan took an eventful campaign tour through Michigan, Sunday. First, in a tense interview with Flint's ABC News affiliate, Ryan told reporter Terry Camp that the U.S. "has a crime problem," not a gun problem, and that it's up to "charities and civic groups and churches ... to help one another make sure that they can realize the value of one another." When Camp asked, "And you can do all that by cutting taxes? With a big tax cut?" Ryan quipped, "Those are your words, not mine," promptly ending the interview. Romney's running mate presumably had more fun at a fundraiser in Rochester later that night, in which he was introduced to the crowd by Republican rocker, Kid Rock.