From the 2012 GOP Convention:

The full text of this speech is available here: http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2012/08/30/mitt_romneys_acceptance_speech_at_the_republican_national_convention_115280.html

(This Word Cloud was randomly generated at http://www.wordle.net.)

Advertisements

Liberal media everywhere are calling Paul Ryan a liar. Did he lie? Here are two fact checks: One by Avik Roy of Forbes and one by Conn Carrol of the Examiner.  Guess what?  Looks like Ryan was right after all.

You can watch Ryan’s speech here: http://www.youtube.com/gopconvention2012

From the 2012 GOP Convention:

The full text of this speech is available here: http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/condoleezza-rices-convention-address_651165.html?page=2

(This Word Cloud was randomly generated at http://www.wordle.net.)

From the 2012 GOP convention:

The full text of this speech is available here: http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2012/08/28/text-of-gov-chris-christies-convention-speech/

(This Word Cloud was randomly generated at http://www.wordle.net.)

Byron York discusses Paul Ryan as the first post-boomer candidate ever to run on a presidential ticket.  Given the economic challenges that Gen-Xers face as Boomers begin to retire, a cross-generational ticket seems appropriate for the country’s needs.

Does the rise of leaders like Representative Ryan and Senator Marco Rubio signify a shift in governance?  Will Ryan’s inclusion make Romney more electable?  What do you think?