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Paul Ryan Frat Photo Shows VP Candidate Has Changed Little Since 1992

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WASHINGTON -- Rep. Paul Ryan developed his political philosophy as an undergrad in the late '80s and early '90s at Miami University in Ohio. The New Yorker notes that the university is where he deepened his knowledge of conservative economic theory and Ayn Rand. Indeed, Rand's work continued to have an impact well into his political career.

You know what else stayed with him? His style.

Ryan has kept his look from his college days in Delta Tau Delta. His fraternity picture in the school yearbook shows that Ryan has changed very little since then. Even 20 years ago, Paul Ryan looked a lot like Paul Ryan. Compared to Ryan's headshot, Rick Santorum's own frat photo makes him look like a hippie.

See the photo above and try to guess which is the frat-bro version of Paul Ryan and which is Paul Ryan the politician.

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