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Incredible picture. Even more incredible speech. What an amazing convention.
President Barack Obama joins former President Bill Clinton (R) onstage after Clinton nominated Obama for re-election during the second session of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, September 5, 2012.   REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES  - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
8:45 PM PT:
Romney campaign/RNC haven't put out a press release since moments after Clinton took the stage.

@ZekeJMiller via TweetDeck

8:48 PM PT: Hahahaha, they just don't get it;

Krauthammer:  speech "a giant swing and miss."  Seems drunker than usual tho.  "One of strangest speeches ever."

@GregMitch via web
Shouldn't be to surprised. After all, this asshole wanted the Iraq war. And thought Bush's tax cuts made sense. And wanted to impeach Clinton as president.

8:55 PM PT:

AP's lede: "In an impassioned speech that rocked the Democratic National Convention..."

@jmartpolitico via UberSocial for BlackBerry

8:59 PM PT: Wha...?? Hahahahaha:

Romney camp response to Clinton speech: "President Clinton drew a stark contrast between himself and President Obama tonight." #dnc2012
@mollyesque via TweetDeck
Okay, it's late. Maybe they're just tired. We'll let them try again in the morning. But still, LOL! 9:07 PM PT (Kaili Joy Gray):
This may be the first time in 2012 that I've had trouble getting a Romney statement that mentions Bill Clinton ...
@aburnspolitico via web

9:11 PM PT (Kaili Joy Gray): Oh, by the way, President Obama is officially our nominee now.

9:17 PM PT (Kaili Joy Gray): New thread here.

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