Hey kids. It’s your friendly neighborhood “Rated R Republican” John Brodigan, and I just finished a conference call with Romney Campaign Strategist Russ Schriefer, giving us a preview of the Republican National Convention’s program.
The overall theme of the convention is “A Better Future,” but each day will also have sub themes as well.
MONDAY – “We Can Do Better,” where we’ll hear from people who have been adversely effected by the Obama Economy. They’ll also be holding the roll call vote when Mitt Romney will officially be nominated as the Republican candidate for President, as well as heard from Rand Paul and Ann Romney
TUESDAY – “We Built It,” where the focus is going to be a contrast on President Obama’s recent “you didn’t built that” comment, vs. Mitt Romney’s believe in entrepreneurship and that all American’s who work hard can succeed. A lot of GOP Governors will be speaking, keynoted by Gov. Chris Christie. There’s also going to be a short film about Ron Paul, where his colleagues and supporters talk about him and his commitment to America.
WEDNESDAY – “We Can Change It,” focusing on the Romney/Ryan plan for the middle class. This will be also be the night where Paul Ryan gives his speech and accepts the nomination for Vice-President.
THURSDAY – “We Believe in America,” focusing on Mitt Romney’s background. They specified two specific topics. One is how he worked and helped his church, where we’ll her from the person who had to follow in his footsteps as leader. The other is his work on the 2002 Olympics where there will be at least 15 form Olympians present, and where we’ll be hearing specifically from Kim Rhode, Mike Eruzione, and Derek Parra. This will also be where Gov. Romney accepts the nomination, after an introduction by Sen. Marco Rubio.
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