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Bondi and Bush to be part of RNC’s Wednesday night lineup

by John Kennedy | August 22nd, 2012

Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi and former Gov. Jeb Bush have been named part of the Republican National Convention lineup for Wednesday’s third night of the event.

The economy — and soon-to-be Republican nominee Mitt Romney’s ability to fix it — will be a central theme of the night. The GOP mantra for Wednesday will be “We Can Change It,” said Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus.

Priebus said the Wednesday night program “will show that the Romney approach is both optimistic and achievable.” 

Bondi and Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens are scheduled to share an early evening stage, shortly after 2008 presidential nominee John McCain addresses the gathering.  Bush will be on a little later, amid vice-presidential runners-up Rob Portman and Tim Pawlenty, who will speak before Romney running mate Paul Ryan takes the stage.


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3 Responses to “Bondi and Bush to be part of RNC’s Wednesday night lineup”

  1. no surprise here Says:

    At least Romney didn’t take Jeb Bush’s VP pick. Not that we don’t like Marco Rubio, it actually looks like Rubio is trying to keep his distance from the Bush Mafia. They sure do keep blowing all the Clint Curtis links off the air about Tom Feeney and Jeb Bush having Clint Curtis invest the vote fixer chips. When they blow this one off just google Clint Curtis Voter Fraud and see the dozens of articles concerning this and the mystery durround the death of FDOT IG Investigator Ray Lemme. Way to mush evidence here to blow this off again!

    Why did Jeb take Daddy “GHW” Bush to the White House recently in a wheel chair? Can you say New World Order comrades?

    Nothing besides murder is worse than manipulating the peoples votes and thereby governing the people by their selected criminals.

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