WAUKESHA, Wis. (WFRV) - Wisconsin once again took center stage in the race for the White House.
Paul Ryan made a campaign stop in at Carroll University in Waukesha Monday morning.
The republican Vice Presidential hopeful took President Obama to task over the mounting national debt.
While Ryan admitted Obama inherited a tough economic situation, he said the president hasn't done much to fix it, and if this continues, future generations will be forced to pay.
"We are racking up so much bills in our generation that we are guaranteeing that they will not have a better future," Ryan said. "That they will have a diminished future. That's unsustainable. We can't keep doing that."
While Ryan, himself, didn't offer up any specifics on the republican's plans to boost the economy, he did say they will cut taxes and create jobs.