Republican National Convention
The early returns are in and, according to the Neilson rating company, the Democrats beat the Republicans… and the NFL.
The Republican and Democratic National Conventions of 2012 – yawn-per-yawn – have to be the most uninspiring political conventions in recent history.
by Gary R’nel – 9/2/12 – Clarity and honesty. I implore Romney campaign manager Matt Rhoades and Senior Advisor Eric Fehrnstom to impress upon their candidate that sloganeering is fine but it will take a […]
Commonly referred to as “what goes around, comes around’, the Republicans are finding plenty to take shots at as the Democrats conduct their week in the ‘often dubious’ political spotlight called “the Convention”.
Opinion: Democrats Offer A Positive Vision For The Future At Convention After GOP Offers Only Attacks
Sitting in the Time Warner Cable Arena last night I was struck by how different the Democratic National Convention was from the Republican event last week. Unlike the Republicans in Tampa, Democrats focused on the fight to preserve the middle class and the American Dream.
What a difference four horrendous years makes. Thinking back to the Democratic National Convention of 2008 and now seeing what’s going on in Charlotte, North Carolina this week at the Democratic National Convention of 2012 shows stark differences. The Democrats have no star power and pale in comparison to the Republicans’ star-packed convention in Tampa.
It is strange that famous people think the world gives a hoot about their political views. Last week, a good number of famed and fortuned people spoke their anti-Republican and anti-Romney prejudiced-minds regarding the Republican National Convention.
Instead of getting rowdy at a demonstration or protest regarding the lack of jobs throughout the country, people can voice their discontent with the nation’s current unemployment rate on this Labor Day by simply placing an empty chair in their front yard.
A communications class at the University of Pennsylvania has an unusual requirement: Students must attend the Republican or Democratic national conventions.
Last night, Clint Eastwood produced the most bizarre and uncomfortable moments in modern convention history. If Mitt Romney cannot get his campaign right. If he cannot even get the things that he can control right, how can he make the case that he can run the country?
Romney was very heavy on the Obama attacks, heavier on autobiography and still light on the details of his recovery program, but it was a speech filled with Americana from its story of family roots, building businesses and family pride.
Chris wraps up his coverage from the Republican National Convention by reviewing Mitt Romney’s acceptance speech and talking to Senator Pat Toomey, Alex Shriver from the National College Republicans, Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, and CBS 3’s Beasley Reece.
Clarke Patrone, 13, has been meeting politicians and collecting autographs on a pocket-sized booklet of the US Constitution.
Nielsen estimates that 22 million people watched the first night’s telecast of the GOP convention on Tuesday (delayed one day by the passage of Isaac).
While Paul Ryan is entitled to his own opinions, he is not entitled to his own facts. He lied to America about Medicare. He lied to America about the debt commission. He really lied to America about the stimulus and America’s debt rating.