Ann Romney Wins the Night … Lights Up the RNC with a Tremendous Speech … “Mitt doesn’t like to talk about how he has helped others because he sees it as a privilege, not a political talking point” (VIDEO)
WOW, JUST WOW … ANN ROMNEY LIT UP THE RNC WITH A TREMENDOUS SPEECH.
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, the wife of GOP Presidential nominee Mitt Romney, hit her speech out of the park and introduced Mitt to America as a warm loving husband who was a problem solver and who “has helped lift up others.” Ann praised the hard work of her husband at every job he has had and said to America that Mitt will work hard for America to turn the US around and … “THIS MAN WILL NOT FAIL”, “This man will not let us down”. “This man will lift up America!”
“ However, one of Ann’s best lines of the night was when she said that “Mitt doesn’t like to talk about how he has helped others because he sees it as a privilege, not a political talking point.”
“This is the man who will wake up every day with the determination to solve the problems that others say can’t be solved, to fix what others say is beyond repair,” she is to say about her husband, according to the excerpts. “This is the man who will work harder than anyone so that we can work a little less hard.”
“I read somewhere that Mitt and I have a ‘storybook marriage,’ ” she is to say. “Well, in the storybooks I read, there were never long, long, rainy winter afternoons in a house with five boys screaming at once. And those storybooks never seemed to have chapters called MS or Breast Cancer.”
“I Want To Talk To You About Love” ~ Ann Romney’s RNC Speech 8/28/12
Some excerpts from Ann’s speech:
And I want us to think tonight about the love we all share for those Americans, our brothers and sisters, who are going through difficult times, whose days are never easy, nights are always long, and whose work never seems done.
They are here among us tonight in this hall; they are here in neighborhoods across Tampa and all across America. The parents who lie awake at night side by side, wondering how they’ll be able to pay the mortgage or make the rent; the single dad who’s working extra hours tonight, so that his kids can buy some new clothes to go back to school, can take a school trip or play a sport, so his kids can feel. like the other kids.
And the working moms who love their jobs but would like to work just a little less to spend more time with the kids, but that’s just out of the question with this economy. Or that couple who would like to have another child, but wonder how will they afford it.
But let me say this to every American who is thinking about who should be our next president:
No one will work harder. No one will care more. No one will move heaven and earth like Mitt Romney to make this country a better place to live!
It’s true that Mitt has been successful at each new challenge he has taken on. It amazes me to see his history of success actually being attacked. Are those really the values that made our country great? As a mom of five boys, do we want to raise our children to be afraid of success?
Do we send our children out in the world with the advice, “Try to do… okay?”