Thousands of red, white and blue balloons fell on the Republican National Convention Thursday night after GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney gave "the speech of his political life." Well, that's what all the pundits called it.
One little boy literally got lost in the sea of globes. A woman in heels nearly broke her ankle as she navigated the helium-inflated obstacles littering the floor of the Tampa Bay Times Forum.
It's become a poltical tradition that'll be repeated at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte next week. Yes, the balloons there will be red, white and blue too.
But what becomes of the balloons when all of the speechifying and celebrating ends? Listen here and find out.