Obama was right, Romney was not – squall actually hit Charlotte

Obama was right, Romney was not – squall actually hit Charlotte

Charlotte : NC : USA | Sep 06, 2012 at 7:29 PM PDT
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It has been proved once again that Barack Obama was right and that Mitt Romney was not – the foresight of Obama prevented what might have been a chaotic situation at the venue and could have led to a major problem for the delegates and supporters at the DNC convention in Charlotte as well as the organizers.

Yes, a squall did hit Charlotte and it would have been terrible if the venue of Obama’s acceptance speech had remained outdoors in the Bank of America football stadium in Charlotte and not been shifted indoors to the Time Warner Cable Arena.

Weather is unpredictable – hence, it is always wise to be prepared rather than be caught unawares.

This has been reported in theaustralian.com.au of dated the 7th of September 2012.

The program had James Taylor performing ‘Carolina on my mind’, while Marc Anthony performed the national anthem.

Other snowpersons to go on stage were the Foo Fighters apart from actors Eva Longoria, Scarlett Johansson and Kerry Washington.

And – on the streets there was a festive mood.

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prabirghose is based in Nāshik, Maharashtra, India, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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