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5 Things We Learned from the 2012 Republican National Convention

Jan13 Wrote: Sep 01, 2012 10:05 AM
Steve, not sure what acceptance speech you listened to. In the one I heard, Romney talked extensively about a return to exceptionalism for every American. As a conservative woman, I was delighted to have the contributions of so many Republican women pointed out, including Romney's mother. Do you think Condi's story of a girl from Birmingham becoming Sec of State was a waste of precious moments? As a white male, you take too much for granted. Romney pointed out that e pluribus unum is not just a motto, its a reality in the GOP. I was inspired and energized. Your efforts to divide us into Establishment and Tea Party are despicable.

1. The GOP has a deep bench.

Proving yet again that its first principles and ideas that drive people to become Republicans, almost in spite of itself the GOP has an emerging generation of leaders that seem dramatically superior to the current one. It seems not even the “surrender now before it’s too late” Republican Party establishment have been able to stifle the development of a cache of rising stars that really make the Bushes, McCains, and Boehners of the world seem like the mammary glands on a bull they’re about as useful as. Speaking of which…

2. Paul Ryan...