* Someecards is rockin' the Labor Day humor.
* Acting normal is totally Greek to Joe Biden.
* Republicans just don't agree with Mitt Romney.
* The Senate wants in on today's savings, from The Onion.
* President Obama brews his brewskis at the White House.
* A summary of what one man learned at the Republican National Convention.
Tags: Clint Eastwood, Daily Links, Joe Biden, Republican National Convention
If the Republicans wanted to induce a convention bounce in Florida, they should have really scheduled an Early Bird Mitt Romney speech, because as it is, the evening speeches did not improve Romney's chances, according to Public Policy Polling.
After his speech, 49% of voters had a positive opinion of Romney to 47% with a negative one, a mediocre rating compared to the overwhelming popularity of Condi Rice (66% positive, 22% negative), Marco Rubio (51-33%) and Clint Eastwood (72-11%)…
Everyone else who spoke in the 10 PM hour at the convention has better favorability numbers than Mitt Romney. Besides those already mentioned Susana Martinez has a +19 spread at 35/16, Chris Christie has a +9 spread at 41/32, and Paul Ryan has a +7 spread at 47/40.
Wait, everyone else who spoke after 10 PM has better favorability numbers? That means Clint Eastwood's chair is more popular! It figures. Lazy Americans are way more into empty chairs than empty suits.
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Tags: Florida, Mitt Romney, Polls, Republican National Convention
As their time in Tampa came to a close, Jared and Jordan sat down with Arianna Huffington to talk Mitt Romney, the Book of Revelation and what it's like to be in bed with Al Franken.
Tags: Guam, Indecision Delegates, Republican National Convention
From Arriana Huffington to the governor of Guam, Jared Logan and Jordan Carlos reported to the max this week in Tampa. Still, they somehow found time to splash in the water and hang out with the cops.
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Tags: Indecision Delegates, Republican National Convention, Tampa