I thought it was the same old faces with the same old empty, no solutions, emotional-hype- rhetoric. But the GOP convention included new people, up and comers, great speeches. and stuff about Romney I didn't know --but was glad to hear. And I thought he spoke forcefully and eloquently --not like a whiney Polosi and a halting Obama.
Look at Barack's speech: empty
platitudes and stale promises. He says things like, "We can" "We're
in this together! I have faith in the American people. I believe in
you --We must improve. We need jobs. (yup) Better, cheaper education for
all --take care of the less fortunate --penalize the fortunate --be
patient with me --give me another 4 years to do what i've been doing."
Many generalities that any student body president could think of and say
--things we generally agree about --except raising taxes.
should've included: "I've invested the People's money in off shore
drilling in So. America and blocked it in No. america. I say we must
become energy independent while making it impossible because I block
anything that isn't green enough for me.
I talk about keeping jobs
here --while not raising a squeak when GM (who still owes us 25 billion)
took Volt manufacture to China.
I support Israel --barely--while
giving our money to Palestine whose radicals get ahold of it.
promised transparency and blocked C Span from health deliberations. I
shun lobbyists while meeting them across the street in a restaurant and
"I don't know what in heck to do, to tell you the truth!
I've never had a real job. This is my first time to be head of
anything, after all. But be patient --I'll get it figured out.' Just
keep that teleprompter where I can see it! So I can lead my cheers!"
BTW --I was against gay marriage before i was for it --and I never saw
an abortion I couldn't approve --or an abortion survivor whom the law
I know he's president --but that's what's amazing, REALLY!
"God is not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance and have eternal life."--the Bible