What do you want to hear in Mitt Romney's speech tonight?
Mitt Romney will attempt to connect with human beings tonight as he takes stage. What do you want to hear from him? More about moms?
I would like to hear from him what I want to hear from any politician, some specifics on their policies.
I would also like to see him make comments without twisting around what someone else said, but given what I have seen of the RNC festivities so far I'm not holding my breath.
This will be his chance to shine and show undecided voters what he would do if elected. If he continues to stay vague people will not know what they are voting for and won't back him.
Like the previous person, I would really like specifics from Romney, not just "I was successful in the private sector, so I'm going to be a great president." rhetoric. It would also be nice if he gave specific examples of what he would do in other areas, like foreign policy.
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I want to hear a point by point plan for fixing the economy. It isn't enough to say - we will fix it. No, tell me how you will fix it.
Dear Peanutroaster.....I must say, you give yourself away, quite clearly in the tone and verbiage of your question. lol. No doubt which way you lean. You take 2nd place after Pagesvoice in this category.
I'm sorry that I did not come across your question before this moment. This moment is about 15 minutes after I have just listened (INTENTLY) to Mitt Romney's nomination acceptance speech. Nonetheless, I hope you will kindly accept my comment.
Marco Rubio was exceptional in his introduction speech. Clear,specific and forthright. He is quite an impressive man. Clint Eastwood was enjoyable.
Romney went beyond "connecting with human beings...." he went directly into the human mind, heart & gut. IMO ...he was amazing.....well beyond my expectations.
As a lifelong registered Independent.....I vote my conscience.....always have always will.....thus it is critical that I pay very close attention to all candidates, before, during and after any campaign. Listen carefully and unbiased.
At this point, it is SOON and I remain in deep contemplation and consideration.
(In fact, he DID mention Moms........I certainly have no problem with this....at all.)
I thought Clint's speech was refreshing because it was the only unscripted moment in the whole RNC although it was very painful to watch. Romney was rather boring and untruthful.
Hey...here I am being invisible in my chair and poof up pops my name. When someone frames a question, it's their question to ask how they want. If someone doesn't like/agree with the poster they certainly don't have to reply. Smiling Pagesvoice.
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