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-- into our discussion Kennedy she's a special correspondent for -- -- She is a libertarian she is on the scene in campus she's been attending the events in the speeches of the RNC this week great to have you back with us your impression he heard us.
A chit chatting in analyzing.
What -- your impressions.
-- I really like Condoleezza rice's speech and it it played well to the room you know this is the party that embraces her they love her she's sort of the brains of the party and she laid out a really important.
Foreign policy perspective as well as touching on the 99% -- And it was her way of saying you know very subtly.
We not to be jealous of other people's wealth and success in this country the great thing about the United States -- -- -- there and create our own successes.
We heard from and Romney obviously this week as well Condoleezza Rice just hit it out of the park I mean she is getting rave reviews this morning.
-- the other Republicans have been so much criticized for having this war on women.
Add to that the criticism on Romney himself for being an approachable -- -- stiff.
Do you think Republicans are softening.
I think either directing any you don't go to stop you don't -- to capitulate to your enemies because it they're trying to paint them into the quarter with.
At these -- ideas that Mitt Romney has to be the warmest person in the world offer free -- ever when he sees and that's not necessarily true -- And I I think there's a way tonight that he can introduce himself.
And talk about the economic issues and I thought Paul Ryan did a nice job -- because he is a policy person he does have a lot of -- and it also I I thought it was good because.
Separated his speech from Sarah -- speech four years ago and if you remember it.
This was her shining moment for years ago this was her -- -- it was all downhill from there for a lot of potential independent voters and female voters.
But for Paul Ryan I think he's just getting warmed up so if he was.
A little bit nervous last night he built very nicely to the end of the speech and I -- he he got very very comfortable.
And having that depth of knowledge and Medicare entitlements and the budget it helps and it separates him and I also there there're couple things that I I thought were really Smart that he did one was he highlighted the generational difference between him and Mitt Romney.
And Sarah Palin couldn't do that because she would make John McCain -- old and he was able to do that it is saying you know I've got an iPod and he not only -- AC DC Led Zeppelin.
He loves Rage Against The Machine.
And -- into hardcore Communists and that drives that -- crazy which I think is all the more -- younger voters a key demographic and it's unclear if there in Obama's camp this time around Kenny thanks again for your input appreciate it expands.
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