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for those who can't handle visual RNC - here is the Mittscript


Paul Ryan Sent Out 2008 Press Release On Decision To Close GM Plant

Source: Buzzfeed

Paul Ryan Sent Out 2008 Press Release On Decision To Close GM Plant
The Congressman acknowledges most work would stop in December 2008, but also noted the accelerated closure timeline only applied to the SUVs built at the plant.

Read more: http://www.buzzfeed.com/andrewkaczynski/paul-ryan-sent-out-2008-press-release-on-decision

everyone ready for tonight's Romney Drinking Game?

Danziger: "The Uninvited"

RNC Ratings Night Two: Networks Lose 17 Million Viewers Compared To Night Two Of 2008 RNC

Source: Media Bistro

RNC Ratings Night Two: Networks Lose 17 Million Viewers Compared To Night Two Of 2008 RNC
By Alex Weprin on August 30, 2012 2:22 PM

On night two of the Republican National Convention, Fox News Channel was once again the network more people went to to get their political fix. That said, every network was down substantially from the same night in 2008, when Sarah Palin made her RNC debut.

From 10-(just after) 11PM, when the broadcasters were live, FNC averaged 7.70 million total viewers, including 2.07 million in the key adults 25-54 demo. NBC was next with 4.15 million viewers, including 1.49 million adults 25-54, followed by ABC with 2.86 million viewers including 993,941 A25-54 and CBS with 2.56 million viewers, including 943,519 A25-54. MSNBC drew 1.44 million viewers during the hour, including 402,044 A25-54, while CNN brought in 1.34 million viewers, including 451,270 A25-54.

Only FNC and ABC improved their 10-11PM viewership compared to day one of the RNC. Every other network was down. Every network was also down from 2008, with FNC down 1.5 viewers, NBC down 3.5 million viewers, CNN down nearly five million viewers, ABC down three million viewers, CBS down two million viewers and MSNBC down about two million viewers. It is worth noting that night two of the RNC in 2008 saw a speech delivered by Palin, who at the time was still a relative unknown.

All told, just over 20 million people were watching last night on the Nielsen-rated networks, compared to 37 million for night two of the RNC in 2008. Night one of the 2012 RNC was roughly on par with night one of the 2008 RNC ratings-wise, making the gap all the more dramatic.

Read more: http://www.mediabistro.com/tvnewser/rnc-ratings-night-two-networks-lose-17-million-viewers-compared-to-night-two-of-2008-rnc_b143711

MITT to YOU PEOPLE-Am I not what God Himself would have produced-if He'd only had been... well, me?

Let me just stand here a moment so you can gaze in awe. Am I not a
handsome man? Am I not just about the most handsome man you have ever
seen? Is my hair not absolutely perfect? Is my family not the most
perfect family you have ever seen? Am I not the greatest provider of
Handsome genes there absolutely ever was? Is my DNA not made purely of
spun gold? Do my cells not divide with the sound of angels weeping? Do
I not gestate as the gods once did, mating from on high to the sound of
thunderbolts? Do I not breed as a symphony does, one swelling movement
after another? (And, speaking of swelling, yeah, that, too.) Am I not,
in the very fundaments of my being, a temple of marble and crystal,
where the very essence of myself flows like an azure river through
banks of beaten silver? Am I not whence comes the New Jerusalem? Am I
not what God Himself would have produced, if He'd only had been...
well, me?


Thank you and god bless America.

You People.

Drop the balloons. Drop them for me because...

I'm Mitt Romney, bitches, and I'm all you got left.


Eat This GOP: Last day at the Janesville plant photo.


ROMNEY Banking On It: "Reporters/News Outlets Will Prove UNABLE To Keep Up With Skope/Volume Of LIES

This sort of thing, by the way, is exactly what the Romney campaign is banking on: that influential reporters and news outlets will prove unable to keep up with the sheer scope and volume of falsehoods the campaign uncorks daily, or just won’t care enough to reckon with what’s actually going on here. Again, this is a test: what should media figures do when one campaign has decided that there is literally no set of boundaries it needs to follow when it comes to the veracity of the assertions that form the foundation of its whole argument?

Jesus Christ - Tonight's GOP "Mystery Guest" Reveals Himself

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