Schumer says he’s anxious for Romney’s acceptance speech
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ONONDAGA COUNTY, N.Y. -- Count democratic U.S. Senator Charles Schumer as one of those who will be watching closely Thursday night as Mitt Romney makes his acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention.
Schumer was on the road across Upstate New York, but says he's anxious to see what Romney has to say.
Schumer says the speeches that have gone before, from Romney's wife, Ann and his running mate, Paul Ryan, will dwindle in significance once Romney takes to the podium.
"The $64,000 question happens tonight. Mitt Romney has to lay out the direction he is going to go. For him to simply say, I'm a businessman, I can fix everything. That's not going to satisfy the American people whether they be democrat, republican, liberal or conservative," Schumer said.
Schumer says he's hoping the GOP outlines a clear agenda so that voters have a clear choice in November.