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Friday, August 31, 2012

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Just finished watching the RNC convention. I record it so I can breeze through the commercials. This was the most notable convention I have ever seen. What a contrast from McCain. But in defense of McCain I will defer to the words of the one I highly regard, Charles Krauthammer, who so aptly put it..."The MSM was so deep in the tank for Obama they needed snorkels."  





One need only witness this convention and the way Romney conducts a campaign to know how he will run the country. True to fashion Barry's campaign is already spending more then its taking in. Anyone surprised?


All the speakers were good. But Mrs Romney, Paul Ryan, Condoleezza Rice, Marco Rubio, (I apologize if I left out anyone) stand out in my my mind. Clint Eastwood talking to the "empty chair" and the implied symbolism was nothing short of genius.

I must admit there were times during this convention I had my  "John Boehner" moments. I don't know if it's because I'm a sucker or my immense pride of being an American. Probably a little of both. There was also plenty of laughter and wild fist pumping as I jumped out of my chair.

In view of all the great speeches delivered during this convention I starting courting doubts and concern about Mitt's coming speech. In my mind I was thinking...from 1 to 10 if Mitt can deliver at least a 7 I'll take it... My low expectations were soon blown away. Mitt Romney came onto his own last night and gave the speech of his life. Was Ronald Reagan's hand on Mitt's shoulder last night when he gave that speech? I don't know. But I can tell you this. Last night was a pivotal moment in American history. Can ANYONE NOW honestly think Mitt Romney is not eminently more  qualified to be president of the United States then one Barack Hussein Obama?

Barry did live up to one promise. He fundamentally changed America. On Inauguration Day January 2013 Mitt Romney is going to change it back.

GOD BLESS THIS GREAT COUNTRY




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