Today, Friday the 13th, Romney has announced televised interviews with Fox, ABC, NBC, and CBS.
At the end of August, we have the GOP National Convention, and that promises to be a very significant event, especially if the Governor decides to wait until the convention to announce his VP choice. I suspect that Romney’s acceptance speech will be one of the most important of his political career. It could be a game changer. Obama has no such opportunity. He has talked himself to death.
A week later, we have the Democrat Convention, with its results already written in stone. Because of that, it will not be the media event the Republican convention promises to be.
And in October, just before the November 6th election date, we have the presidential debates.
October 3, 2012
October 11, 2012
October 16, 2012
October 22, 2012
These debates promise to be bigger than those in 2008. Something that many do not know, Mitt Romney has faced off with more campaign opposition and has been in more debates than Obama has recorded transcripts. He is surprisingly experienced and far more prepared than the Democrats seem to think. Understand that in the face of some of the Obama false characterizations of Romney, the Governor may be holding his tongue, allowing Obama to stick both feet into his remarkably large mouth, waiting for the debates to challenge Obama’s mindless accusation. Embarrassing !!!
One thing for certain, the next three months promise to be among the most significant of our life and the most critical to life of this nation. Should Obama win and Democrats gain in legislative power (not likely), his promise to FUNDAMENTALLY transform the United States would give us a country none of us recognize - after all, such is the nation of “fundamental” and “transformation.”