Time To Speak Up: The Big Speechs From Last Night at The RNC Convention
Tonight Marco Rubio and Paul Ryan will speak. Here are some of the speeches from last night's RNC convention in Tampa that impressed. Obama's name was rarely mentioned. That must have irked the hell out of the guy and his MSM ready to pounce on any criticism directed his way.
Of course Mrs. Ann Romney's speech was the much anticipated. She spoke from her heart and humanity:
For me this was the speech that blew me away. Former democrat and strong Obama supporter, and now new republican, Artur Davis gave a riveting speech that reached out to democrats and independents that are looking to correct their votes of 2008 in 2012:
Brilliant rising star Mia Love, mayor of Saratoga Springs, Utah and GOP candidate for U.S. Congress stressing protecting "the American Dream":
Embattled and victorious Gov. Scott Walker (WI) and Gov. Nikki Haley (SC) bring the confidence and bravery to take their determination and work ethic to the national level:
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie channels his mom in his keynote speech about truth and "choosing respect, not love":
By the way, I am one of MSNBC's millions upon millions of NON-viewers, and count on the bravehearts that swallow that bit of throw-up that rises in their mouths in order to watch the bottom-dweller cable "news" network and report back. It has been brought to my attention MSNBC deliberately did not cover the speeches of republican 'minorities' last night. CNN warns the republican party is in danger of "extremism and exclusion". Perhaps CNN should turn its concerns to MSNBC.
And Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa dismisses 'minorities' in the republican party by saying that Republicans “can’t just trot out a brown face” to make inroads with the Latino community, an increasingly important growing bloc. "Trot out"??!!??