After watching the analyses of Rep. Paul Ryan's speech last night I was appalled when one analyst concluded that only 7 percent of the electorate determines who the next president will be. They are the so-called "swing voters." He further asserted that they are not "fact checkers;" they tend to vote on emotions created by sound bites.
The analysts pointed out two unsettling "facts" put forth by Ryan. One was that an auto factory closed in his home city after Obama had taken office. It closed before he took office. It was an obvious lie.
Another analyst pointed out that Ryan criticized Obama for ignoring the findings of the commission on balancing the budget. He conveniently failed to mention that he voted against implementation of those very same findings.