Mitt Romney delivered an acceptance speech that stretched, massaged, distorted, and flat out violated the truth. Here are the five biggest lies uttered by Romney in Tampa.
The GOP's Mitt makeover isn't going over well with American television viewers. Compared to night two of the 2008 Republican convention, viewership is down by 17 million.
If Republicans are attempting to make an impression on voters, they are reveaing themselves as mean-spirited with no love for the American people or this country.
Sarah Palin has taken to Facebook to complain that Fox News has canceled all of her scheduled interviews during their coverage of the Republican Convention.
Republicans have spent the past four years fearmongering that Obama is coming for their guns, but at the 2012 convention, the GOP has banned all guns and weapons.
The Todd Akin, Tom Smith one-two media gut punch is hiding the fact that three quarters of those polled oppose the Republican Party's no exceptions anti-abortion plank.
Rush Limbaugh is claiming that President Obama is manipulating the forecasted path of Hurricane Isaac in order to hurt the Republican Party.
According to new poll by the Pew Research Center, more Americans are interested in Bill Clinton's convention speech (52%) than Mitt Romney's (44%).
Rush Limbaugh is even blaming Obama for the weather. On his radio show, Limbaugh claimed that Hurricane Issac is an Obama conspiracy to shut down the Republican convention.
Fox News began their arm twisting to get Sarah Palin a speaking slot at the Republican Convention with Bill O'Reilly laying out all the reason why Palin should be speaking in Tampa.
Once Republicans are stuck with him as their nominee, Mitt Romney may decide to release more years of tax returns.