We know that President Obama spent the week dismissing the Republican National Convention as a rerun, but if you thought San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro’s speech echoed Sen. Marco Rubio’s more than just a little bit, that was just a taste of things to come.

As pundits carefully judged “corporate wife” Ann Romney’s success in “humanizing” her husband Mitt at the RNC, who knew that the first lady would take a similar path, humanizing a man who’s been in office a full term. So, which candidate had worse furniture during his courtship? Does a coffee table from the dumpster trump a table made from a door propped up on sawhorses?

Of course, Salon’s Joan Walsh points out that the Obamas’ humble past was authentic.

Both candidates have certainly come a long way, though. You have to love success, right? As long as your success is “fair and square.”

You have to admit that, at some point, you’ve made enough money. You just didn’t think you’d reached that point yet. Now, can’t we all just get along, one nation under Barack?


Now, about that “incomplete” grade…

So, what were the overall impressions from the Right?