Romney Swears to Fulfill his Promise to Restore America


Mitt Romney presented his plan involving energy independence, cutting the budget deficit and creating jobs. Meanwhile he accused President Barack Obama of failing to deliver his promises.

He also discus his faith of being a Mormon

Mr. Romney had “no tangible ideas” and “would take our country backwards,” the Obama campaign said.

This coming November election, Mr. Romney will challenge the Democratic president.

The climax of the three day Republican convention was the speech of Romney,  which the correspondents saw that a candidate may sometimes accused of being opaque and distant.

A visit to Louisiana and a tour to areas damaged by Hurricane Isaac by Mr. Romney this Friday. He will be at LaFitte a local command centre, which is 16 miles from New Orleans .

Due to his tour to the storm zone, he will be missing the pre-planned campaign events in Florida and in Virginia .

After accepting the nomination on Tuesday by thousand of delegates at the gala in Tampa , Romney began the most important speech of his political career.

Although his first presidential bid in 2008 was eluded by the Republican nominee an Arizona Senator John McCain, it secures him the position in the recent convention.

Mr Romney said, “I wish President Obama had succeeded because I want America to succeed. This speech was watched by millions in the US.

He further said to the million audiences, “You know there’s something wrong with the kind of job he’s done as president when the best feeling you had was the day you voted for him.”

“President Obama promised to begin to slow the rise of the oceans and heal the planet. My promise…is to help you and your family.”  Romney said.

He promises that in the next four years, he will create 12 million American jobs.

At the same time he pledge that by 2020, he will make the US energy independent and new trade agreements will be negotiated and cut the national deficit.

Romney Speech at the 40th RNC Tonight


The acceptance speech of Mitt Romney will be on the 40th Republican National Convention that will wraps up tonight with what could be the most important hour of him.


The full coverage of the events is provided by the USA TODAY and the same thing with the Democrats in Charlotte next week. You can tune in and check you local TV listings for your guide.


These are the following guide to watch on August 30 the five important events:


1)      Mitt Romney’s answers to what he says are petty, negative attacks from President Obama’s campaign. You can watch him to act like the adult in the room as he contrasts his policy-work approach to cutting spending, taxes, and deficits.

2)      The darling of the Tea Party conservatives Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida will be doing the introduction. He is the vice presidential short-lister before Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin got the nod. The important task of Rubio’s  in the introduction will be talking more about Romney than some of his podium predecessor-notably New Jersey governor and keynoter Chris Christie, who waited until he was two thirds of the way through his speech.

3)      One of the highlights of Romney’s carrier is in question and we shall witness how he rescues these scandal-ridden 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City . There are some Olympians who are scheduled to speak. Mike Eruzione will be delivering a speech whose winning goal in the 1980 hockey finals against the Soviet Union capped “The Miracle on Ice,” Derek Parra, who won gold in the 1,500-meter speed skating event in 2012 will also speak. And the other one is Kim Rhode, the winner of skeet shooting medals in five consecutive Olympic Games.

4)      The Tampa’s 15 minutes of fame will end and Charlotte’s wick begin as soon as Romney finishes speaking. The Speeches of Obama, Vice President Biden, former president Bill Clinton, Sen. John Kerry and San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro, the Keynote speaker will be featured on Tuesday for the Democrat’s convention.



Romney Officially Elected as Presidential Candidate of Republicans


The party’s national convention managed to complete a full day of business after Mitt Romney was formally nominated as the Republican presidential candidate and his White House campaign was back on schedule.

Ann the wife of Romney speech last night ended with a surprise appearance of her husband Romney to congratulate her with a tentative kiss.

Presentation of Romney to US voters at the start of election proper is a smoothly run, carefully choreographed disrupting hurricane Isaac. Of all the major networks on Tuesday, the opening story was the Isaac’s landfall on the Louisiana coastline and the second night in a row that the convention was bumped off top spot.

Ann Romney acknowledged the hurricane, expressing hope that there would be no loss of life or damage to property right at the opening of her late-evening primetime speech, as did her husband’s campaign managers, fearful of the impact it would have on the remainder of the convention.

Her speech purposely humanizing candidate often viewed as wooden being delivered a personal and sentimental tone. An attempt to close the formidable gap between Romney and Barack Obama with female voters, the speech was also crafted to appeal to women.

Before going on to offer details about her marriage and family, she said “Tonight I want to talk to you about love”. She continues her speech and it had not been a storybook marriage, they had misfortunes. And she said, “a real marriage.”

She said that he is a caring individual who provided help to people in need and Romney is not talking about helping people. As a private person, “He sees it as a priority, not a political talking point.”

As a businessman she defended his record and as to his religion she even referred to the sensitive issue of being Mormon.

With a relatively subdued speech from New Jersey governor, Chris Christie, the convention wound up at 11 pm. To ensure that coming generations “Live in a second American century,” Americans need Romney as president, he said.




Ann Romney Shows Mitt's Fond Heart

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Ann Romney battled depression and the onset of multiple sclerosis, revealing the tender side to the man who will formally accept the Republican presidential nomination on Tuesday. And she recalled how her husband would “curl up in bed with me.”

The Republican National Convention in Tampa , Florida reveal the account of the Romney family’s battle with Mrs. Romney disease which was diagnose in 1998 as she deliver a keynote speech.
During the interviews for CNN at the Romney’s large lakeside home in Wolfeboro , New Hampshire , Mrs. Romney said “Even when I was as sick as that he would curl up in the bed with me,” she paused to wipe away a tear on the interview.
“So, you just knew that was where he was. It was like he was gonna do anything he could just to say I’m here. You’re OK. Just stay right there, and will be OK.”
Tagg Romney, 42 year old eldest son, recalled the human side of the former founder of Bain Capital private equity with a voice similarly breaking with emotion.
“It was a tough moment for both of them. It was interesting to see the way he treated her as they went through that,” Tagg said, “Very caring, very loving, very frustrating for him not to be able to step in and fix it. But they drew even closer.”
Mrs. Romney hopes that she can convey to a prime time US television audience on Tuesday night, that her husband is not the awkward, out of touch Bostonian Banker that he is sometimes characterized as being.
Mrs. Romney in a sincere and moving interview recalled the heart stopping moment in 1968 when she feared here future husband and high school sweetheart may have died in a car crash in France .
“George (Father of Romney) called mo on the phone and said we have some bad news about Mitt, but he didn’t tell me what, and then he came and picked me up and took me to his home, I had word that he was killed,” she said, moved at the memory.
“We waited for hours and hours- most of the night – to get word from France that he was actually alive.”

Mitt Romney Targets for the Majority at RNC


By the end of the week, voters should be acquainted with Romney; otherwise a chance to meet him may not possible anymore.

The Republican National Convention this week challenge Mitt Romney to yank a party and a biography that aren’t particularly oriented to the center back toward the middle.

Hurricane Isaac is not as strong as outside forces. Romney has beaten with the party activists and Ron Paul’s libertarian forces to Florida with voices of their own, reminders of a fractious primary campaign that left Romney battered.

What fueled Democratic attempts to make the election into a war over women is the rape and abortion of Missouri Senate candidate’s odd comments: It’s been a messy precursor to the convention. Those comments trigger Romney and the full Republican Party apparatus to banish Rep. Todd Akin, fearful that they’ll tug perceptions of the party back toward the extremes.

Romney said, “I think it was terrible statement on his part.” This was stated of Akin on “Fox News Sunday.” “I think it was outrageous and offensive. I’ve asked him to get out of the race. I think I’ve distanced myself from the kind of thing he said as far as I possibly can.”

Rep. Paul Ryan as Romney’s running mate hasn’t helped with distance, at least not yet. Romney needs to put an end to and fast the attempts of the Democratic to link Ryan to Akin that dominates the run-up to Tampa-stories.

Getting back on a message focusing on issues of jobs and the economy, and Romney’s challenge will be connecting his biography to the message.

What is filtered mostly through a lens crafted by President Obama and his allies is the Romney’s popularity throughout the nation. Romney’s elite background and easy to mock business record have been fodder.

The convention schedule this week will prominently feature members of Romney’s family even if it is shortened.

Romney Appeal Amidst Unwanted Distractions


Mitt Romney promised to help promote women-led businesses the moment he will defeat President Barack Obama in November’s election. This was declared by him last Saturday that “women need our help.”

Before the convention of the Republican opens on Monday in Florida , an appeal came as the former Massachusetts governor tried to shrug off a series of unwanted distractions.

Romney with running mate Paul Ryan at his side said, “Just a word to the women entrepreneurs out there, if we become president and vice president, we want to speak to you, we want to help you. “ This was spoken at Columbus area where an outdoor rally happened that drew an estimated 5,000 people. “Women in this country are more likely to start businesses than men. Women need our help.”

The party’s position on abortion comes a promise as Republicans face difficult questions on this issue after a Missouri Senate candidate’s recent suggestion that women’s bodies can prevent pregnancy in case of “legitimate rape.”

Romney raise the discredited rumor that comes in less than 24 hours about Obama wasn’t born in the United States. These comments and efforts to explain surpassed his economic message as he campaigned near his Michigan birthplace on Friday.

This remarks was not elaborated further on Saturday, however he assailed the Democratic incumbent for failing to deliver on his campaign promises.

Romney said, “I can almost read his speech now. It’ll be filled with promises and tell people how wonderful things are.”  The said speech will be of Obama that will be delivered at the Democratic National Convention in North Carolina next month. “It is not his words people have to listen to. It’s his action and his record. And if they look at that, they’ll take him out and put people into the office who’ll actually get America going again.”



Obama’s Lead is Narrowed Down Against Romney


The deficit of Romney against President Obama among likely voters in Florida and Wisconsin but not Ohio has narrowed down after the selection of Rep. Paul Ryan as his running mate. This is according to a new Quinnipiac/New York Times/CBS News poll.

The lead of Mr. Obama to Romney is down from 49 percent to 46 percent in Florida, down from 51 to 45 on August 1. From 49 percent to 47 percent in Wisconsin, Congressman Ryan’s home state, down from a six-point lead, 51 to 45 percent in Ohio, unchanged from Aug. 1.

The assistant director of Quinnipiac University Polling institute, Mr. Peter Brown said, “Gov. Mitt Romney’s pick of US Rep. Paul Ryan as his running mate has made some small difference in Florida and Wisconsin, at least at this point, when voters in these three key states are asked about their presidential vote.”

Since 1964, of those three states, Ohio is the top bellwether having voted for the winner in every presidential election, the longest winning stake of any state. The four point bounce in Wisconsin of Romney is similar to other recent polls and reinforces as a tossup state along with Ohio, Florida, Nevada, Colorado, Iowa, Virginia, and New Hampshire .

The Medicare proposals as the focus of significant attention since Ryan joined the ticket Aug. 11-is widely unpopular in Florida, Ohio, and Wisconsin which is 1/3 of likely voters approved of Romney’s plan to turn Medicare, the federal government’s health insurance program for seniors, into a voucher like system. Although the system is projected to become insolvent in 2024, there are around 6 in 10 want to keep Medicare the way it is.

The Medicare would change to a system of premium support in 10 years as Ryan GOP’s budget plan. A fix sum to purchase either private insurance or traditional Medicare shall be given for seniors. This system according to Democrats would fail to keep up with the rising cost of health care.

Mitt Romney is Ahead of Obama for Campaign Cash Race


President Obama is behind Mitt Romney in this election cycle’s race for campaign cash.

At the end of July Mitt Romney had almost $186 million in cash compared to Obama $124 million. These are the donations made to the campaigns, party committees and joint fundraising efforts.

A financial disadvantage will be facing Obama during the closing weeks of 2012 campaign as shown on the file Monday with the Federal Election Commission from the latest fundraising totals.

In 2008, Obama shattered all previous fundraising records by bringing in an excess of $750 million far more than John McCain. Today is An Unusual spot for Obama. Romney continues to dominate a haul of more than $200milion in June and July. The gap between the candidates may be widening. The fund raising totals have increased after the addition of Rep. Paul Ryan to the ticket The Money advantage of the Republicans gets even bigger when spending by super PACs and outside groups is included.

Outside Conservative groups have spent $221.5 million this cycle, while liberal groups have spent $55.6 million according to the latest data from the Center for Responsive Politics.

Romney campaign was likely to outspend the President the President in the final months leading up to Election Day. This is acknowledged by Obama advisers but they expressed confidence that investment made in prior months would put back Obama in the White House. The Republicans are confident their fundraising hauls will be enough to finance their efforts through Election Day. Meanwhile the Obama campaign rose to $49.2 million but spent $59 million. The strategy was on display in the month of July.

The Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said Monday on CNN, “We now in a position to outspend (President Barack Obama’s- re-election effort) on television and tell our story and tell the Mitt Romney story, starting with our convention and going through the fall,”

Romney Attend Church Service with his Family


Mitt Romney is relaxing with his family attending Sunday church services as he prepares for a campaign sprint next week at Florida . He is attending the Mormon church service in Wolfeboro , N.H. , with his wife, Ann. Together with them are his son Tagg, his wife, Jen, and several of their young children with them..

After several days of rigid fundraising activity, Romney is resting at his lakefront home.
On Monday, he will join with his running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan for a session with voters in Manchester , N.H.