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ROMNEY CALLS AMERICA TO TURN THE PAGE OF HISTORY ON OBAMA<br />
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Mitt Romney vowed to work for all Americans to fix the economy, as he accepted the Republican nomination for president, Thursday night.<br />
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Romney told the convention crowd that he's the candidate to bring jobs back to America.<br />
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He also fired back at the president's attacks on his business experience, saying Americans don't apologize for success, they celebrate it.<br />
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Awkward RNC Moment<br />
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Earlier, actor Clint Eastwood, the evening's mystery speaker, went into overtime with an unusual 15-minute monologue using a chair to represent the president.<br />
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But in the end he managed to make his point.<br />
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"When someone does not do the job, you let him go," the 82-year-old actor said.<br />
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Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president of Regent University, offered his analysis of Romney's big night on the CBN News Channel's Morning News, Aug. 31. Click play for his comments following Heather Sells' report.<br />
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The Romney campaign later defended the elderly thespian, saying "Judging an American icon like Clint Eastwood through a typical political lens doesn't work."<br />
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"His ad-libbing was a break from all the political speeches, and the crowd enjoyed it," the campaign said. "He rightly pointed out that 23 million Americans out of work or underemployed is a national disgrace and it's time for a change."<br />
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How did Mitt Romney and the rest of the Republican speakers do? Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor of government at Regent University, gave his analysis of Romney's speech and the final night of the RNC.<br />
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Romney Hits the Ground Running<br />
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After Eastwood cleared the stage, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio introduced the nominee. Romney lost no time in getting to his main point.<br />
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He laid out a five-point plan to create 12 million new jobs, hitting on key Republican themes, one by one.<br />
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"Now is the time to restore the promise of America," Romney said to a nation struggling with 8.3 percent unemployment and the slowest economic recovery in decades.<br />
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He vowed that under his leadership, the nation would be energy independent by 2020.<br />
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"By 2020 North America will be energy independent by taking advantage of oil, our coal, our gas, our nuclear and our renewables," the former governor vowed, drawing cheers from the audience.<br />
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Romney drew sharp contrasts with the president on issues from abortion to national security. He argued that the country is less safe because the president failed to slow Iran's nuclear threat.<br />
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He urged Americans who voted for President Obama to consider him instead.<br />
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"You know there's something wrong with the kind of job he's done as president when the best feeling you had was the day you voted for him," Romney said.<br />
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"I wish President Obama had succeeded because I wat America to succeed, b

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