Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan continues to lash out at President Barack Obama's handling of the economy.
At a rally in Westlake, Ohio Tuesday, Ryan claimed these last four years have been worse for the country than former president Jimmy Carter's four years in office in the late 1970s.
The vice presidential nominee said delinquency mortgages, bankruptcy and unemployment are much higher under Obama than they were under Carter.
"When it comes to jobs, President Obama makes the Jimmy Carter years look like the good old days," he said. "If we fired Jimmy Carter then, why would we rehire Barack Obama now?"
Ryan will next take a two-day swing through Iowa.
As for presidential nominee Mitt Romney, he took the weekend off from the campaign trail, spending it in New Hampshire.
He'll begin preparing for the debates in Vermont Tuesday.