Speaker Paul Ryan wasn't done venting about President Obama's State of the Union speech Sunday.

"He's very political," Ryan told Chris Wallace on "Fox News Sunday." "He constructs what I call 'intellectual straw man arguments.'"

"He affixes views to people who do not agree with him that they do not have, only to try to win the debate in a kind of intellectually lazy way by just putting up straw man arguments," Ryan said.

"He tries to shift blame for his own mistakes on to other people, and I think it was a fairly partisan and political speech, quite frankly."

Ryan was speaking to Wallace during the close of the House Republican retreat. Ryan pledged to pass an alternative legislative agenda, which Obama would veto. Ryan said the agenda would nonetheless give the nation a preview of what the government would look like without a "liberal, progressive president."