CLEVELAND—Indiana Gov. Mike Pence accepted the Republican vice presidential nomination on Wednesday night with a speech designed to communicate one thing: He is boring.
He drinks milk with dinner. He watches "NCIS." He's seen Michael Bublé in concert twice probably.
Pence called his blandness an asset on a ticket with a man who has accused the father of his professional rival of conspiring to murder a president and once said he wouldn't rule out the possibility of using nuclear weapons against Europe. You know, just to keep things spicy.
Mike Pence shared a few other things tonight:
He has a mother and he loves her.
He has a wife and he loves her.
He has children and he loves them.
He cares about police officers.
Welcome to the next the next three and a half months, America.