Patt Morrison for August 31, 2012

Mitt Romney’s acceptance speech

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Mitt Romney speaks during the final day of the 2012 Republican National Convention at the Tampa Bay Times Forum August 29, 2012 in Tampa, Florida. Romney accepted the Republican nomination to run as the party's 2012 US Presidential candidate against US President Barack Obama.

The stakes were high last night as Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney finally took the podium to deliver his speech accepting the party’s nomination. Though some would suggest it wasn’t a home run speech, others say it was effective nonetheless. Was he able to deliver the clear and concise vision for America’s future that many analysts and voters have said he lacks? Patt checks in on the contents of Romney’s speech, as well as his delivery.

WEIGH IN:

What did you think of Romney's speech last night? Did it change your mind about how you're voting come November?

Guest:

Dr. Jack Brown, physician and Body Language Expert; he writes the blog for bodylanguagesuccess.com


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