Skip to comments.In defense of Clint Eastwood: He was weird, but fantastic
Posted on 08/31/2012 3:26:48 AM PDT by nuconvert
Go ahead. Vet my day. A fistful of incoherence. High slurs rambler. Every which way and loose.
Clint Eastwood, the 82-year-old movie star and director, inspired what seemed like enthusiasm inside the Republican National Convention's Tampa Bay Times Forumand disbelief outside it and on Twitter.
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No...That was painful to watch...
Between Akin and Eastwood, I guess I can conclude that...
... I can see weird people.
Some liked it; some didn’t. I enjoyed it. I think the liberals hated his words/routine going after Obama because it was effective in some ways. At least, he was honest, funny and you know they didn’t write his message for him. To me, he was the best of the speakers because he is solid; he could care less what they in the media say.
Haha. It was weird. He’s old. But I laughed & so did the audience.
He was fantastic. He made many great ponts. He needs no one to defend him. YAY CLINT!!!
I'm guessing he sort of winged it and was making it up as he went along.
Naturally, all Leftist/Libs/Commies/RATS, etc. and their sycophant Dear Reader supporters are going to be upset that a notable Hollyweird actor was making sport of their Messiah.
I thought I was going to fall out of my chair when he supposedly was told by O'Bummer to tell Mitt to go fungool himself and said: "what do you want me to tell Romney? I cant tell him to do that. I cant tell him to do that to himself.
He brought the house down when he said "We own this country" and he said what needs to be said over and over and over: The pols (and all other gov't employees) "WORK FOR US", hinting "We hire(d) you, we can fire your worthless asses" and then he drove the Libs nuts when he made a throat cutting gesture.
THE best line of the Convention: Clint talking to Obama
“NO, I can’t do that to myself.”
Not sure if this is true but I read on a thread a few minutes ago that his telepromter froze on the first page. He was doing it from memory. Not bad for a 80 year old.
Hmmm....Am I rambling???
He wasn’t wierd at all. Clint was awesome and it was one of the best moments of any political convention. He could have been the next Reagan if he had pursued it.
“No...That was painful to watch...”
No, I thought he was great.
At age 85, YOU will be pushing up daisies :P
lol..just watching it now...it wasn’t “weird” at all unless you’re a democrat. It was funny. He made specific appeals to different groups. I got it.
Full text of his speech :
Hahahaha! Boy can I identify with ...wait...what were you saying? Meanwhile Hey you kids...get off my lawn.
That was a good line. The only problem is that everyone is talking Clint Eastwood and not Romney who should have been the main topic today.
Anything that tweaks the liberals and the media (but I repeat myself) is fine with me. The empty chair was a great representation of Obama.
The empty chair is Obama.
The only difference is if Obama had actually been there is, there would have a teleprompter on each side of the chair... and an empty suit sitting upon it.
>> No...That was painful to watch...
And you’ll be savoring every breathless moment of the Democrat convention.
Go ahead, punk...
from another article...
“By 11 p.m. ET, a parody Twitter account @InvisibleObama had more than 20,000 followers.”