Yarmuth: Anecdote from Ryan about car accident a 'poor choice'
10/12/2012 03:00 AM
DANVILLE — U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth, D-Louisville, said the most bizarre moment in Thursday’s debate was Republican Paul Ryan choosing to use an anecdote about Mitt Romney helping with health care costs for a family that was in a car accident.
Vice President Joe Biden’s first wife and daughter died in a car accident in 1972.
Yarmuth also said the exchange between Ryan and Biden over Syria showed Ryan’s inexperience on foreign policy.
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