YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollections

Letters: Paul Ryan and GM

August 22, 2012

Re "Ryan fought to get aid for GM," Aug. 19

First, Mitt Romney is forced to avoid mentioning his signature act as governor of Massachusetts: reforming the state's healthcare system in a positive way. Now, his running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), may have to repudiate his assistance to General Motors in a time of global economic crisis, an action that could have saved jobs and helped strengthen the industrial base of the United States.

The problem with the Republican Party's ideology is that it forces good men to renounce some of their best actions.

Steven Weinberg

Redondo Beach


Letters: Kilpatrick's need for sports

Letters: Prop. 32 and special interests

Letters: Get U.S. troops out of Afghanistan

Los Angeles Times Articles