Clint Eastwood made my day

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Debating an empty chair for someone who refuses to answer for his record. Brilliant!

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4 Responses to “Clint Eastwood made my day”

  1. Richard Warnick Says:

    That performance art piece captured the essence of the 2012 campaign: an old white man arguing with an imaginary Barack Obama. Talking to an empty chair is now called “Eastwooding.”

  2. pops Says:

    I love it – the “imaginary Barack Obama”. If he could get his own life story straight when not on the teleprompter perhaps we could get beyond the imaginary Barack Obama. But, unfortunately, that’s all we have.

  3. jbtalcott Says:

    Eastwood embarrassed himself and the Republican party with his dementia-like tirade. The campaign made a huge tactical error in showing the video about Romney’s life 10 minutes before the major networks broadcast the convention to make time for Eastwood’s ridiculous rambling to an empty chair. The proof of this is what is being talked about in the media, including this right wing forum.

    It is interesting that during the convention there wasn’t even a slight mention of the eight years of the previous Republican administration—especially when the policies of the Romney/Ryan team are virtually identical to the tax cutting, trickle down, removing financial regulations, saber rattling, etc. policies that were enacted and failed miserably under the Bush administration.

    I suppose they are hoping the American public have short memories and forget what got us into the financial mess we are struggling to get out of in the first place.

  4. Jan Chisholm Gates Says:

    No he didn’t. No it isn’t. No it wasn’t. No they aren’t. Ditto.

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