Tag Archive for DNC2012

Joe Biden: Fired Up! Ready to Go!

Vice President Joe Biden speaks to DNC2012 (Photo: John Christian Hansen)

Thursday night Vice President Joe Biden and President Barack Obama laid out the clear choice for America in this year’s election. We can fall back into the failed policies that got our country in a mess in the first place; or continue the journey forward on the road to recovery of our economy and our nation.

Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer: Mitt, that dog don’t hunt.

Brian Schweitzer

In 2008 Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer brought down the house at the Democratic National Convention in Denver, Colorado. Tonight, his remarks didn’t dissapoint the delegates in Charlotte, NC. Governor Schweitzer recalled his experiences with Mitt Romney when they were both Governors. They were both elected straight from the business world. “We travelled together, to Iraq…

Rep. James Clyburn Remarks from DNC2012

Rep. James Clyburn

Rep. James Clyburn of South Carolina reminded the delegates that at the 1960 Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles, John F. Kennedy accepted our party’s nomination saying, “We are not here to curse the darkness; we are here to light a candle.””More than a half century later,” Clyburn said, “the same can be said here…

Barney Frank: Mitt Romney is Myth Romney

Rep. Barney Frank (Photo: John Christian Hansen)

“So let me tell you about two Romneys: the real Mitt Romney and the myth of Romney. The myth of Romney is that his financial experience means he knows how to create jobs. As governor of Massachusetts, the real Mitt Romney’s record on job creation was terrible. During his term, net job growth was less than one percent, about one-fifth the national average, 47th in the country. “

DNC2012 Thursday Agenda

Tonight is the final night of the 2012 Democratic National Convention. Tonight, we’ll hear about the fundamental American values that drive President Obama’s decisions: that hard work and responsibility should be rewarded, that everyone should play by the same rules and everyone has a fair shot and a fair shake. Civil rights hero Congressman John…