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August 30, 2012
breakingnews:

Mitt Romney accepts Republican presidential nomination
“I am running for president to help create a better future. A future where everyone who wants a job can find one,” Mitt Romney said after accepting his party’s nomination at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla.  “And unlike the President, I have a plan to create 12 million new jobs. Paul Ryan and I have 5 steps.” Read Romney’s prepared remarks on CNN
Photo: Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan onstage at the RNC after Romney’s speech. (Getty Images) via CNN

And in case you missed it, Clint Eastwood talked to a chair for ten minutes, just because:

So basically, if you’re sick of the 2012 election, you didn’t miss anything outside of the video above.

breakingnews:

Mitt Romney accepts Republican presidential nomination

“I am running for president to help create a better future. A future where everyone who wants a job can find one,” Mitt Romney said after accepting his party’s nomination at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla.

“And unlike the 
President, I have a plan to create 12 million new jobs. Paul Ryan and I have 5 steps.” Read Romney’s prepared remarks on CNN

Photo: Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan onstage at the RNC after Romney’s speech. (Getty Images) via CNN

And in case you missed it, Clint Eastwood talked to a chair for ten minutes, just because:

So basically, if you’re sick of the 2012 election, you didn’t miss anything outside of the video above.

23:42 // 1 year ago
brooklynmutt:

Reagan hologram is real, was planned for RNC debut
Read: Yahoo! News

If Reagan was brought back to life and shown how his image was being used, he’d probably shout, "Tear down this magic wall!"

brooklynmutt:

Reagan hologram is real, was planned for RNC debut

Read: Yahoo! News

If Reagan was brought back to life and shown how his image was being used, he’d probably shout, "Tear down this magic wall!"

(via brooklynmutt)

21:09 // 1 year ago
August 29, 2012
Ann Romney … looked to me like a corporate wife. The stories she told about struggles — eh! It’s hard for me to believe. I mean, she’s a very rich woman, and I know that, and America knows that.
Fox News contributor Juan Williams • Following Ann Romney’s Tuesday night speech at the Republican National Convention, widely received in conservative circles as one of the most effective speeches ever delivered by a politician’s wife, during post-speech coverage with fellow hosts Bret Baier, Brit Hume, and Megyn Kelly. Given his history of troublesome rhetoric, his co-hosts gave Williams a chance to explain. When asked by Kelly to clarify his “corporate wife” comments, Williams replied that Mrs. Romney’s clearly did not accurately represent a “tremendous” number of women. “She did not convince me that, ‘You know what, I understand the struggles of American women in general,” added Williams. So, do you think he went too far? source (viafollow)
17:15 // 1 year ago