The Republican National Convention has been a smorgasbord of rich conservative thought. The speeches thus far have displayed a winning patriotic spirit infused with hope of a brighter future after the failed policies of President Obama. None more so than Ann Romney‘s speech which was hailed as the show stopper of Tuesday evening’s convention festivities.
A few stunning quotes emerge from her speech that are worthy of note and imminently tweet able:
“And while there are many important issues we’ll hear discussed in this convention and throughout this campaign, tonight I want to talk to you from my heart about our hearts.
I want to talk not about what divides us, but what holds us together as an American family. I want to talk to you tonight about that one great thing that unites us, that one thing that brings us our greatest joy when times are good, and the deepest solace in our dark hours.
Tonight I want to talk to you about love.” ~Ann Romney
Truly inspirational. So what prompted the incessantly whiny and inaccurate Juan Williams, (who wouldn’t even be on TV anymore if it weren’t for conservatives) to attempt to insult Mrs. Romney with this insult? Who is Juan to judge her suffering? Should we infer that he didn’t suffer when he was publicly pilloried for his comments on Muslims on planes? More media hypocrisy. Yawn.
- “Real reporter” and real sexist Juan Williams attacks Ann Romney as “corporate wife” (twitchy.com)
- Juan Williams: Ann Romney Looks “Like A Corporate Wife” Hard For Me To Believe She Struggled (buzzfeed.com)
- Juan Williams Blasts Ann Romney as a ‘Corporate Wife’ on Fox News (newsbusters.org)
- The Myth of “The Corporate Wife” (pointsandfigures.com)