This morning, the GOP announced that Artur Davis -- a 2008 Obama campaign co-chair, who's flipped sides -- will speak at the GOP convention.
It's not clear what particular slot he'll get, but it's a mutually beneficial relationship. Republicans get a symbolic, African-American defection from the Dems, while Davis gets a nice perch from which to launch his likely political career with the GOP.
Also announced as convention speakers today -- three former vice-presidential possibilities, Kelly Ayotte, Bob McDonnell, Rob Portman, and Bobby Jindal.
Earlier this week, Chris Christie was tapped to give the keynote, and Marco Rubio was given the high-profile gig of introducing Mitt Romney.
That's a big roster of talent and sort of like the film High Society, which featured Frank Sinatra, Grace Kelly, Bing Crosby, and Louis Armstrong in the same room!