Ryan Bashes Obama’s China Policy

    NORFOLK, VA - AUGUST 11:  Republican vice presidential candidate, U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) waves during a campaign rally in front of the USS Wisconsin August 11, 2012 in Norfolk, Virginia. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney announced Paul Ryan, a seven term congressman, as his presidential running mate. Ryan is the Chairman of the House Budget Committee and provides a strong contrast to the Obama administration on fiscal policy.  (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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    Paul Ryan switched line of attack from Libya to China. At a rally in Ohio on Saturday, Ryan told the crowd that Obama has had his chance to label China as a currency manipulator and he hasn’t seized it. The vice-presidential nominee assured that Romney would not allow jobs or property rights to be stolen by the Asian nation. On Friday, the Treasury said it would postpone a report on whether to name China a currency manipulator until after the election. “If people are manipulating our currency, we are going to say that ‘they are manipulating our currency,’” Ryan said. “If they are stealing our products, we are going to say ‘stop stealing our products or else you have consequences.’”

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