The Daily Banter Headline Grab (via Yahoo! News):
Ann Romney, resplendent in red, vouched for Mitt Romney's heart. Chris Christie vouched for the Republican presidential candidate's spine.
The potential future first lady and the blunt-talking New Jersey governor capped the second day of the Republican National Convention with a pair of much-anticipated speeches seemingly designed to counter two of Mitt Romney's perceived weaknesses. Ann tackled his difficulty connecting to voters, especially women. Christie confronted head-on Romney's flexibility on issues the party's base regards as non-negotiable.
"I want to talk to you tonight not about politics and not about party," said Ann Romney, long her husband's best asset on the campaign trail. "Tonight I want to talk to you about love."
"Tonight, we choose respect over love," Christie said, describing how his late mother "told me there would be times in your life when you have to choose between being loved and being respected."