They say it ain't over until the Foo Fighters sing, so that means it's over. No more RNC, no more DNC and no more pundit's dirty looks. Thankfully, we still have plenty of Twitter commentary…
4 years in office and Obama's done nothing to improve my stamina in bed.
— Matt Koff (@mattkoff) September 7, 2012
Sad that at a moment when Obama really SHOULD be posing as the president of Greece, he didn't break out the Greek columns.
— John Hayward (@Doc_0) September 7, 2012
Obama said the UK is the USA’s closest ally. I guess Canada is just who they call when they need someone to pick them up at the airport.
— Jason Sweeney (@sween) September 7, 2012
I like the union car workers waved signs saying "Thank you" during the Obama speech. Ever see a banker be thankful for their bail-out?
— Stanley Pignal (@spignal) September 7, 2012
I like Biden a lot & think it's a refreshing change to have a Vice President who NO ONE thinks is secretly running the country.
— Danny Zuker (@DannyZuker) September 7, 2012
I'm guessing dinner last night at the Romney residence was of the "silent but for the periodic sound of clanking silverware" variety.
— Mike DiCenzo (@mikedicenzo) September 7, 2012
If you took away anything from ScarJo's speech you shouldn't be allowed to vote.
— Andy Levy (@andylevy) September 6, 2012
— JARED LETO (@JaredLeto) September 7, 2012
"and I know, I block recoveries for a living." RT @dcexaminer: Paul Ryan reacts: ‘This is not even close to what a recovery looks like’
— amaeryllis (@amaeryllis) September 7, 2012
The dream, of course, would be a winner-take-all Math Wizard fight at Saruman's castle between Bill Clinton & Paul Ryan.
— Uncle Dynamite (@UncleDynamite) September 7, 2012
I liked Jennifer Granholm's DNC speech, but why not just go for it & wear a track suit if you're going to do such a long Sinbad impression?
— Paul Welsh(@paulbwelsh) September 7, 2012
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