I think it’s finally over.
And I haven’t the foggiest idea what he said because he’s a mashed potato sandwich on white bread, which pretty much clinches it for him in the Republican Party, doesn’t it? It was an impassionate cliche fest punctuated by paid flacks in one of the most liberal states in the Union, Massachussets, chanting everything just short of ‘Yes We Can’.
Honestly folks. I know it’s a Tuesday in Boston. But wasn’t there something better to do tonight?
This man is so boring that I’d rather read a technical manual than listen to him.
Santorum, Gingrich and Paul’s speeches were interesting. Some were even good. Santorum’s speech was inspiring and heartfelt. Gingrich’s speech was nearly as good. Paul was at least challenging the conventional wisdom.
Mitt? Not only disinteresting, but excruciatingly boring. I wanted to take off my slipper in order to use it to drive a 16 penny galvanized nail into my skull half way through it.
To characterize it as akin to watching paint dry would be an insult to paint companies and the miracle of the evaporation process. To characterize Mitt’s speech as being like watching grass grow would cause one to get the bottle of RoundUp and just end it. END IT!
If it isn’t abundantly clear that the Republican establishment needs to be put out to pasture at this juncture, we’ve not only lost the party, but the republic, as well.