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RNC Day 4: Can Mitt Seal the Deal? Chat Transcript

Thursday, August 30, 2012

Watch the live convention stream with us tonight as GOP nominee Mitt Romney makes his case in front of the party faithful. He'll be preceeded by former Speaker Newt Gingrich, former Gov. Jeb Bush, Sen. Marco Rubio and a mystery guest! See the complete schedule below, and join us at 7pm right here to chat live!

Day Four Schedule

— 7 p.m.

Call to order
Introduction of Colors US Central Command Joint Forces Color Guard Team
Pledge of Allegiance by Dylan Nonaka
National Anthem sung by SEVEN
Invocation by Ken and Priscilla Hutchins
Remarks by Republican Senate candidate and U.S. Rep. Connie Mack, R-Fla.
Reagan Legacy Video
Remarks by former House Speaker and GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich and wife Callista Gingrich
Remarks by Craig Romney

— 8 p.m.
Remarks by former Gov. Jeb Bush, R-Fla.
Remarks by Bob White, chairman of Romney for President campaign
Remarks by Grant Bennett
Remarks by Tom Stemberg

— 9 p.m.
Remarks by former Lt. Gov. Kerry Healey, R-Mass.
Remarks by Jane Edmonds, former Massachusetts secretary of workforce
Remarks by Olympians Michael Eruzione, Derek Parra and Kim Rhode

— 10 p.m.
Remarks by U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla.
Remarks by presidential nominee Mitt Romney
Benediction by Archbishop Timothy M. Dolan
House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, declares convention end

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Comments [2]

Vic from .

I listened to most of Mr. Romney's acceptance speech tonight, & I found it to be mostly blind, jingoist rhetoric, & dreams. His vision of the American future harkens back to a world that existed in the 1950's, as though America can & should pursue its glorious destiny powered by oil, unimpeded in a free market economy.
And as for those 12 million "new" jobs...(?)
I don't believe America wants to support a "new" major WAR effort.

Aug. 31 2012 12:37 AM
Michele from Westchester

I don't understand why interviewers and commentators have not commented on the sleight of hand Ryan used in purporting to "answer" questions about his response to Akin's "legitimate rape" remarks. Ryan did not say he agreed or disagreed with either Akin's or Romney's positions on rape, nor was he pressed as to his previous public and anecdotal record of shared thinking with Akin's logic. By further stating only that the president was the one who set policy, he was allowed to pose as agreeing with Romney's position. But why has he not been called on the alternative implication: whoever is president sets the policy, so when Romney is president his thinking will prevail - and if inherit his office during any 4-year term he wins, I will implement my thinking as policy.

Aug. 30 2012 09:08 PM

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