GOP Governors Lead the Way

One of the things we heard last night, we had a lot of governors at our convention last night make really great speeches. Scott Walker, Wisconsin, Bob McDonnell, Virginia, and Christie. You know, Nikki Haley, we don’t have any sound bites from Nikki Haley, but she was awesome. She was awesome and she took it to Obama, too. And as I said earlier, MSNBC did cover her because they didn’t realize she’s a minority. They thought she was just a babe that had a good tan. Didn’t realize that she was Indian in her heritage. But every one of these governors told the stories of economic revival.

Nikki Haley was the only person I heard last night mention illegal immigration. I must confess, it’s another reason I was a little less than satisfied. I think that’s a winning issue for us. I don’t know why it wasn’t mentioned. But she mentioned it. Of course, it wasn’t in primetime. Kasich told great stories, too. So all these governors, but she specifically talked about the problems they are having in South Carolina with illegal immigration. And what does she do? The federal government will not enforce the law. They have to do it themselves. Then Obama sues them. I thought this is great. Because how many people in this country don’t know that Barack Obama is suing individual states because he’s not enforcing the law? Arizona, South Carolina. How many people need to know? The president of the US is suing states. The National Labor Relations Board telling Boeing, “You can’t build a plant in South Carolina because it’s a right-to-work state.” She did all that.



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