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Ann Romney, Energized

faultroy Wrote: Sep 03, 2012 11:09 PM
This is such an overt con. First Ann Romney is not running for office. Funny she sure looks like she is running for office. Well, Ann and the Repubs can't have it both ways--if they don't want her dragged into the political mud, get her out of the game. This is really all about the frenzied attempts to shore up the war against women. Everyone knows that women will be the deciding factor in this election, Why can't we just tell it the way it is? Conservatives love to play games just like Dems. A con is a con--does it matter which side tells it?
Ann Romney said on Wednesday that she felt welcomed and energized when she stepped onto the stage here at the Republican National Convention to introduce her husband, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, to millions of Americans watching on television.

The most important reviews of the speech came moments later from her five sons and daughters-in-law and their 18 children, who greeted her with tears and hugs. As she detailed the night before, family came first.

“You know that kind of love and support that you get from your family? Well, it was that kind of reaction,” she...