I have to be honest...my stomach turned when I saw and heard his schistick(sp?). The convention was rolling find and we didn't need this distraction. Are we this desparate to have a big name hollywood star that we didn't care how he would come across? Cause I'll be honest, when I heard Clint was the mystery actor I leaped for joy only to have been brought down from the cloud. This is ALL the media will talk about tomorrow...WHAT A horror idea to bring him on. Love him but he was kinda of weird and the chair didn't help any. OH BOY! Let's pray the folk saw the humor and comedy in it.
You completely lost the magic of the moment. He’s an icon to many in his age group (ever heard of seniors?). And he did fine. Maybe you should get an idea of things outside your general age level. His “schtick” was top rate. I meet with seniors equal to him, or older, every week. He’s an actor, he performed his act [figured that out yet?], and went off stage. Mission accomplished; and magnificently, I might add.
posted on 08/30/2012 9:17:56 PM PDT
(Bourbon gets better with age...I age better with Bourbon.)
Harvey - a 1950 Jimmy Stewart movie where Harvey was an invisible rabbit. ; ) That is why Eastwood was stammering so.
posted on 08/30/2012 9:27:22 PM PDT
(WSJ, Coulter, Kristol, Krauthammer, Rove et al., STFU. TY)
I agree with you 100%, but we appear to be the only ones on this thread that think it was awful.
It disrupted not only the flow, but the unwritten message of the convention-that the party is now the younger, more diverse party of Ryan, Rubio, Haley, Martinez, Cruz, etc.
Eastwood just fed on the stereotype that the GOP is comprised of cranky old white guys.
posted on 08/31/2012 3:17:18 AM PDT
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