By Wyatt Earp | August 30, 2008
Last week I published the Democrats’ Convention Intentions, and this week, it’s the Republicans’ turn. Of course, there will be little “CHANGE!” at this convention, since most Democrat Kool-Aid drinkers think John McCain is George Bush’s evil twin – that’s what McCain gets for trying to reach across the aisle to these toads. However, there should be enough excitement to keep folks interested.
Here’s my take on it from this week’s article posted at Family Security Matters:
Last week, the Democrats’ convention intentions were highlighted here, and judging by the actual festivities that were held this week, Howard Dean should have taken that advice. All conventions are infamously boring, but this year’s DNC festivities have made a Dennis Kucinich-Joe Lieberman debate look like Mardi Gras! Thankfully, relief, albeit minor, is coming in the form of the Republican National Convention, which will begin on September 1st in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota.
Naturally, the Republicans will want to insert some jocularity into the proceedings, while trying not to encourage the pot-smoking hippies that showed up in Denver. Good, clean, wholesome family fun is the aim here. Will the Grand Old Party hit a home run, or will it strike out like Bill Clinton at Ladies’ Night?
Here is a partial list of their itinerary, courtesy of Julie, the Cruise Director:
Speak Like Ah-Nuld Monday. For those not lucky enough to be an Austrian-born, muscle-bound actor-turned Governator, this is the chance to speak like one. Participants will be able to pronounce such tricky words as California (Cal-ee-for-nee-a), Maria, (Mar-ee-a), and mandatory layoffs (man-dee-tor-ee lay-offs).
You can read the rest HERE.