• Can't the RNC Be About Mitt Romney Just a Little?

    Mitt RomneyMaybe. Let's see what Rick Santorum had to say in his speech

    "President Obama spent four years and borrowed five trillion dollars, trying to convince you that he could make things better for you — to put your trust in him and the government to take care of every problem."

    Okay, some Obama bashing's par for the course. Surely he'll get to how great Romney is soon…

    "Graduate from high school, work hard, and get married before you have children and the chance you will ever be in poverty is just two percent."

    Hm. It's a little out of left field — "hard work" seems pretty vague to be tied to any statistical percentages, and marriage before children doesn't have much to do with Romney. A ringing endorsement must be coming, though…

    "I held its hand. I shook the hand of the American Dream. And it has a strong grip."

    So help me, you better be talking about Mitt Romney's hand!

    You know what? I'll spare you the suspense — Rick Santorum did find time to endorse Mitt Romney in between the stuff about families and hands. But maybe Chris Christie had more to say about the GOP nominee

    "The greatest lesson Mom ever taught me, though, was this one: she told me there would be times in your life when you have to choose between being loved and being respected. She said to always pick being respected…"

    This could be a while. If anyone needs Romney, I think someone saw him sulking backstage.

    Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images News/Getty Images


    Tags: Chris Christie, Mitt Romney, Republican National Convention, Rick Santorum

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