Thursday, August 30, 2012

Eastwood at the RNC


Mr. Eastwood: the night America lost a hero and an actor lost his mind. ..Classless, bumbling, undignified and really, pathetic. Sad, sad, sad.

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  1. Sad, pathetic, embarrassing.....inappropriate?

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  2. Very, very odd indeed....

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  3. Eastwood speech/monologue was one for the ages.
    The tide has shifted.
    Best of all was how he finished (with audience help) "Make My Day"!

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  4. Think he made Obama's day more than Romney's.

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  5. Clint..go back to making movies. You embarrassed yourself tonight!
    And why for the life of you are you aligning yourself with a bunch of losers from an out of touch Republican Party? I don't get it!

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  6. Great night for the GOP, Romney was great and Eastwood was super. Obama is a real loser and it's about time we all realize this. You could only vote for Obama if you want this great country to go third world. Time to wake up.

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    1. You are obviously an idiot.

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  7. From where I am standing Eastwood has to be a closet Obama supporter. What an embarrassment for us all in Carmel, Monterey and Pebble Beach. The old fool should just go home and keep talking to empty chairs in private. To the moron who mentioned Jay Z earlier, I think he is more savvy than old ass Dirty Harry

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  8. clint put on an acting workshop

    pretty much on except for the afghanistan line

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  9. Anonymous political comments. Unoriginal. Unpersuasive. Lacking substance, perspective and context. Regardless of point of view.

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    1. Yeah, and how is that different than most other comments on this blog?

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  10. I like Eastwood, still do. One of the reasons is that he is comfortable being himself and won't put on airs for anybody, he is who he is.
    I'm sure the GOP was hoping for a similar performance he gave in that Super Bowl ad that many thought was an Obama ad. They didn't get it.


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  11. we'll discuss ..sat night at 9 on KGO..I have many Clint thoughts, dating back to my years in Carmel. It's so funny that they attack President Obama for using a teleprompter, as all wise presidents do.Clint could have used some assistance.

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    1. Thanks for the heads up Christine, always appreciated. I'll be listening.

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  12. "A man's got to know his limitations!"-Dirty Harry

    Yes, Clint. Yes, you do.

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  13. Watching him in his movies Mr. Eastwood always seemed ageless to me...until last night. I will not be surprised when a diagnosis of Alzheimer's and/or dementia comes around eventually.

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  14. Clint was fabulous!! Injected humor into why a pathetic and either incompetent or devious president needs to be given the bums rush very quickly.

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