Goodbye Tampa, Hello Charlotte

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Mitt Romney chose the final moments of this past week's hurricane-shortened convention for what was arguably his best outing of the 2012 campaign. He hit all the notes. Did what they said he needed to do. Too bad convention planners put actor-slash-legend Clint Eastwood the same night, to slash and burn his way through a bit of theater that would've done Samuel Beckett proud. Are Democratic National Convention-planners in Charlotte applying that lesson in their speaker line-ups?  If what's past is any kind of prologue, probably not. (Joining us on the Right is James Glassman, Executive. Director, George W. Bush Institute at the George W. Bush Presidential Center.)