Mitt Romney was in Pennsylvania on Sunday night, the rally drew a massive crowd of 30,000, despite the cold weather.
Breitbart reported on the "Twitter Fury" before the event. Although the rally was not scheduled to begin until 5:30 pm, "tens of thousands of Pennsylvanians have already descended on Bucks County" early. The huge turnout is indicative of the strong enthusiasm for the presidential candidate.
If the GOP candidate wins, hopefully a new bipartisan collaboration will take place, as the stifling polarization has been quite damaging in America; and distracts from addressing problems.
New York Times reporter Jeff Zeleny on Fox News Sunday affirmed the enthusiasm with his remarks, which can be seen here:
"There's a real sense of enthusiasm for the Romney Campaign... And, on the other side, the excitement and enthusiasm is not there."
No matter who wins the election, hopefully there will be a renewed effort to bring civility back to political discourse.
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