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GOP Convention: Shaky Dress Rehearsal Usually Means Great Opening Night

jwilson804 Wrote: Aug 30, 2012 7:40 AM
Matt Towery,I think you are wrong!!! Monday 's Convention wasn't the best but consider the circumstances. The GOP's main concern was for the safety of the people.does that not mean anything??? As far as Christie's speech is concerned,he did a great job!! Your article is the only one I have read that said it was bad. Tuesday and Wednesday nights speeches were fantastic.They made up for the weather problems Monday. I hope you will be as critical of the democratic Convention as you are the republicans.
Emmet Wrote: Aug 31, 2012 12:42 AM
Nope, I must agree, Christie somehow miss it.
I yelled to the tv set during his speech, ".. dude, this convention is about Romney's candidacy .."

Really a let down.
Halfway through the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla., one thing was obvious. Despite great planning and perfect execution by the head of the committee responsible for day-to-day operations of the event, longtime RNC committeeman Alec Poitevint, the Tampa event was a burden to pull off. Here is the real story behind the 2012 convention.

First, the weather -- anyone who has ever lived in Florida knows that the ultimate paths of tropical storms and hurricanes are impossible to predict. When in law school in Florida, I sat through days of a hurricane that just parked itself in the Gulf, close...