Balloons and confetti drop on the crowd as Romney's family joins him on stage. (JONATHAN CAPEHART / THE WASHINGTON POST)

After a night filled with speakers who attested to Mitt Romney's excellence in all aspects of life -- family, faith, business, politics -- the man himself hit all the same notes.

He spoke of his marriage and his parents (including a heart-wrenching story of how his mother discovered his father was dead), his own children, his religion and his career. He even tied the latter two together, when talking about not investing his church's pension fund in Bain Capital: "I figured it was bad enough that I might lose my investors’ money, I didnt want to go to hell too." 

But his focus was President Obama, and it was on that topic that he delivered his many memorable lines.

"This president can ask us to be patient. This president can tell us it was someone else’s fault," he said. "This president can tell us that the next four years he’ll get it right. But this president cannot tell us that YOU are better off today than when he took office. America has been patient. Americans have supported this president in good faith. But today, the time has come to turn the page."

Here's the full speech.