This summer's big, erotic novel is like 'Lolita' without the charm
Tampa invokes but doesn't challenge the sexual double standards it presents.
TAMPA—Mitt Romney did what he had to do during this convention. He avoided scandals and untoward incidents, and he gave an acceptance speech that puts him in a good position to run against Barack Obama. There was a downside to the convention, however, that was not visible on television. It pitted Romney against the Republican party’s activist core.