Ryan Mistakenly Calls Campaign’s Economic Plan the ‘Ryan-Romney’ Plan

September 18, 2012 - 11:00 AM
Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney

Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin and former Gov. Mitt Romney of Massachusetts in Norfolk, Va., on Aug. 11, 2012, where Romney announced Ryan as his running mate. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

(CNSNews.com) - Speaking to supporters in Dover, N.H., GOP vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan, explained the economic plan of the Mitt Romney campaign, calling it “Ryan-Romney” instead of Romney-Ryan.

“That’s what the Ryan-Romney, excuse me the Romney-Ryan, R, R, rolls off your tongues. Mitt and I talk about this stuff a lot. That’s what the Ryan, the Romney-Ryan plan for a stronger middle class is all about,” Ryan said.

“That’s what the five-point plan is. We’ve got a lot of energy in this country. Let’s use the energy in this country to put people back to work,” he added.

Ryan was explaining the difference between President Barack Obama’s economic plan and GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney campaign’s plan. He explained that the Romney-Ryan plan focuses on economic growth through job creation and higher take-home pay.

Ryan (R-Wis.) also serves as chairman of the House Budget Committee.