WASHINGTON -- Vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan asserted on multiple occasions Tuesday morning that numbers do add up. "Obviously," Ryan said, "numbers add up, we have shown that."
However, Romney's campaign seems to be confused about how the math will work. Past studies that the Romney campaign has cited as supportive have said that if you are given 5 apples and have 2 left over, 3 would have to be eliminated in order to make the math work.
This further confused Ryan as he said, 'Take it or leave it, it's everything, it's all my way or the highway."
Neutral 2nd graders will likely quibble with these high handed assumptions. However, it is likely that this will be the most detail we will get from the Romney campaign on the matter.