I thought it was scary. There were some funny lines, but he was what an old boss of mine called a “loose cannon”. He looked frail and unorganized/disoriented. Like a guy at a wedding who stands up to give some thoughts, off the cuff, about the groom.
At least it was brief and people will probably remember the funny parts.
posted on 08/30/2012 8:57:33 PM PDT
(As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.)
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.
I thought he was great. But I was getting nervous there for a second. I was imagining him not getting off the stage and/or saying something that would ruin the night.
But he ended it great. “We own this country!”
The libtards are already calling it racists
posted on 08/30/2012 9:07:52 PM PDT
(Sarah Palin 12... No One Else)
Let me tell you something. I’m a member of a seniors organization. I’m one of the youngest at almost 69 (on Sept. 13). I can’t count how many of us are “off” (by your standards) when we speak, but what we say can be taken to the bank. You don’t want to listen, fine. But we have a lot to say, and Eastwood said a lot tonight. You simply have to have an adult ear to listen.
posted on 08/30/2012 9:10:49 PM PDT
(Bourbon gets better with age...I age better with Bourbon.)
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