Did you get a chance to watch the Republican Convention the last 3 days? It was a beautiful party of true positiveness, love and good function. This election is so clear. It’s about love and positiveness and a good track record vs. lies and negativity and failure (dems). Mitt Romney is an unbelievably good man. He’s also an unbelievably effective economic problem solver. I hope that everyone will hear the stories and speeches that support both of those things in his history.


But EVERY speaker was also “good”. Even though most of them didn’t get into prime time on the alphabet channels, it would be great if those speeches could be replayed. I keep hearing how it is being said that people don’t know Romney that well. The speeches at the convention and documentaries would resolve that problem. And I was even surprised to see NBC run a nice one hour documentary on Mormonism, and CNN had a very favorable 90 minute documentary on Romney’s life story – which they replayed a number of times. Could the media tide be changing? And after hearing the hispanic, black and female inspired speakers, the dems have no claim anymore about the GOP being against those groups and not including them. This country will be making a HUGE error if it doesn’t elect Romney/Ryan.


The overwhelming feeling from the convention was not anger or unjustly negative attacks, it was love and positiveness. Instead of “Yes we can” (but “No you didn’t”), it was “Yes we can … and here’s how.” And Clint Eastwood bolstered that idea by saying that we don’t need a lawyer (who are trained just to make a case, even in defense of the guilty) for president, we need a businessman. After such a nice feeling it was even hard for me to consider watching the run of the mill TV shows that are much lower consciousness.


The convention had the essential components of love … optimism and concern for others … as opposed to Obama’s blind enslavement to a socialist agenda that sounds flowery but has only proven to be a failure when applied in the world.


After experiencing such goodness and normalcy, I find it hard to imagine what the liberal nay sayers will come up with against it. Hopefully people will see through that now.



Dennis Marcellino is the author of The Plague Of Liberalism (which can be seen at www.ThePlagueOfLiberalism.com) and THE Solutions (which can be seen at www.TheOptimumPoliticalSolutions.com). He is also available to speak: www.BiblicalValues.com, where you can also donate to his PAC: Americans for Biblical Values. He also is the author of the highly successful, inexpensive program that guarantees a permanent end to addiction at www.AddictionFreeForever.com.