A humbled city makes its pitch to the GOP.
The RNC star breaks his silence to The Carmel Pine Cone. “Everybody had advice for me, except the janitor.” (via pineconearchive.com)
The former Obama Press Secretary demands that this chair GET OFF HIS LAWN.
“He’s unique,” says one delegate. “I don’t think he was off the rails at all,” says another.
Some Republicans hope voters will understand the party better after the convention. But Gov. Rick Perry says, “There are no stereotypes.”
This time, the Mainers were joined by delegates from several other states. It’s “unscripted, unlike that fiasco in there.”
Many Republican women (and men) are sporting the party’s spirit animal on their hands, necks, and heads.
That was Ann’s role. “It freed me up to put the choice in more general terms.”
In a huge hall next to the Republican Convention, the nation’s media has set up their temporary home. Some of their work spaces are amazing! Some are pretty lame, tbh.
Everything from cowboy hats with Pro-Life stickers, to Abe Lincoln-style top hats.
Undeterred by the hurricane, the Florida Aquarium hosted one of the first of its RNC parties last night — complete with swimming mermaids.
PEOPLE OF NEW ORLEANS! Amateur meteorologist Frankie MacDonald returns with his trademark enthusiasm and justifiable volume to help you prepare for Hurricane Kaissac.
He also joked that to avoid scandal, convention attendees might want to refrain from “naked texting” and “making offensive remarks about women.”
Sure to be a hot spot during the Republican National Convention. Only mildly NSFW.
The network has rented out the entirety of the Tampa Bay Historical Center as their headquarters for the Republican convention.
Campaign is working with its delegates on “decorum and respect” for the Republican National Convention. Consequences for Romney, and for Rand.
So maybe not all Republicans can spell, but they sure know how to draw a fine asterisk. View Image ›