Mitt Romney Accepts GOP Nomination
Not surprising, the comment-sphere reflects the division of the country. Acceptance speeches such as these typically seem anti-climatic. It's all about formality in an era where less and less formality reigns. As the SmartPower tribe continues to re-define the social dynamic between us, watch for more shift in such spectacle that does not give new thinkers what it really wants.
The Massachusetts Republican accepted the nomination of his party as its nominee for president this Thursday evening, thereby being the first Mormon to achieve such a position. In his speech, Romney emphasized the need to 'turn the page', and highlighted that President Obama's time is over, and has been over for a while. Now Romney is in a two month sprint to November 6th. So how are Americans feeling about this nomination and, more importantly, its implications?
What Others Are Saying...
Did you expect him to say no? It was a done deal befroe he got there, what a joke the convention is...it's a pep rally not a nomination vote. The system is broken...so why spend the millions just to pat yourself on the back...This is who is going to save us money...Please!
Mitt and the GOP got it right...wish we could move fast forward to November 6th and vote out Obama...Mitt has the resume, whereas Obama was a plant by the democrats to see how America could be brainwashed with 'hope and change' while hiding the candidate's background which is STILL hidden 4 years later...I am looking forward to see the hit movie of 2016: Obama's America.
Romney's speech was a substanceless dud. I wanted to hear what he intended to do with social security and medicare. I heard nothing...an abosolute zero.