People are pumped for the Palin speech. Â While my bird’s eye view gives me only a distant view of the stage, it does afford me a unique perspective. Â I can see almost the entire auditorium, save those in the bleachers facing the stage.
Delegates and guests were on their feet and cheering Mitt Romney’s speech when he said, “There’s not a day when I was not proud to be an American.”
Overheard a tech guy from NPR say he hopes Palin “kicks butt tonight.”Â
And now I note the irony of being a blogger at a partisan convention. Â Here I sit in the media section, yet cheering the speakers. Â Unlike the media who cheered ObamaÂ in Denver, I acknowledge my bias.
Cute line: Â Mike Huckabee just endorsed his “second choice” for President of the United States.