Posted: Oct 22, 2012 5:04 PM by Lacey Steele
Republican Vice-Presidential candidate Paul Ryan rallied in Pueblo West today.
Around 500 people showed up just one day after he spoke in Colorado Springs.
He took the stage this morning at Vision Mechanical.
Ryan used the location for his speech because it's a small business, and he says that's what makes up most of America.
Ryan went on to applaud the owners of Vision Mechanical for struggling through hard times, and he promised to help small businesses if Romney is elected.
"Taxing these small businesses that are the engines of opportunity," said Ryan. "The ones that provide most of our jobs. When we tax our businesses more than our foreign competitors tax theirs, they win, we lose, and we can't stand for that."
Then he went on to discuss the Obama campaign and the national debt.
Ryan says too many people are out of work.
"He's not showing what he would do in a second term," said Ryan. "He's not even laying out a second term agenda, but if we look at the path we are on and if we continue it, we know what's coming. That's what's so disconcerting. That's what's so worrisome."
Both Paul Ryan and Mitt Romney will be at the Red Rocks Amphitheater tomorrow in Morrison for a victory rally that will also feature Kid Rock and Rodney Atkins.