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Now that the hurricane has caused us to lose some of our schedule, here’s what’s going on in Tampa today!


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3 Responses to The First “Unofficial” Day of the GOP Convention

  1. Terry says:

    It’s finally happening! For me, and remembering my disappointment when Mitt wisely and graciously exited the race in 2008, this is an especially sweet moment. In hind sight, I believe that had Mitt won the nomination back in 2008, he would not have been successful in the general election. Candidate Obama had reached the status of rock star by then. It’s taken 4 years under his disastrous leadership for a lot of people to wake up and realize that his promises are still waiting to be fulfilled. We need a change alright–not the change Obama promised–but a change from Obama himself. I consider Mitt’s first run as a training run, and now it’s time for Obama to step aside and let someone who knows what he is doing take leadership of the country. I firmly believe that Mitt will go down as one of the great presidents of our time (and I don’t say that lightly or just because he’s Mormon, as am I). Mitt’s life experiences and the positions he has occupied have uniquely prepared him to take the reigns of this country at a time when qualified leadership is so desperately needed.

    Thank you, David, Nancy, Charles, and all you other EFM’ers for playing a part in making this happen. You have proven that we can lay our theological differences aside, and as AMERICANS, unite together in a righteous common cause.

    May God continue to bless this great country and those who will lead it.

  2. Mike (Green Eyeshades) says:

    The Utah delegation along with delegates from Hawaii and Arizona spent Monday putting together emergency humanitarian kits in anticipation of Isaac’s landfall. The kits will be distributed through the local LDS emergency preparedness networks. So much for those heartless, uncaring Republicans.

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