Well, this is a lot of of posts for one month, but it's been kind of a special month.
I couldn't even be bothered to comment on Paul Ryan's tissue of lies last night, albeit I might blow my nose into it. (What's with the "tissue" analogy anyway? I guess I'll have to go to Ask.com,)
Clint Eastwood was very entertaining tonight, and he remains somebody whose work I admire, whatever his political views. Marco Rubio is looking a lot like a future presidential candidate. When it comes to Latinos, Republicans seem to be especially fond of Cubans. Uh huh.
Anyway, Mitt's speech tonight was another attempt at "humanizing," and it wasn't too bad except when he was scripted to smile. I guess there wasn't enough time to teach him to smile convincingly. Just the same, I guess he managed to appear a little more human — but if you were watching him going down the rope line before his speech, he was the same old rod-up-his-ass Romney we know so well.
I counted less than a minute of totally vague policy talk, and maybe a minute and a half of Obama bashing. Nevertheless, I guess it will give him a "convention bump" for a week or so — until the Dems launch their infomercial.
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