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Talk of the Town - Clint Eastwood and the Empty Chair

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    OK America....shouldn't the after talk of the town be about the Speech of Mitt Romney? and not Clint Eastwood?  But the whole country is on fire, talking about Eastwood and that empty chair.  What was left in the mind of the people was more of Clint Eastwood than Mitt Romney.  The whole internet community is flooded by mix emotion for Eastwood.  So who's to blame for all this hulabaloo?  Reince Priebus, the RNC Chairman.  He was responsible for all the program(s) and participant(s)  that will take place on the Platform. But obviously, he did do his job and that's what happen.  I like the tweeter sent by the Obama Campaign....the back of the executive chair with President Obama seated on it with his back turn around...and says "this seat is taken" :)  And the rest are images of different kind of chairs. It's either hilarious or sarcastic.  
    The Romney Campaign are pointing fingers at each other.  And for the Campaign...the attention Clint Eastwood is getting instead of Mitt Romney does not sit well with the Presidential Candidate.  What a waste of time in favor of Romney right after a Convention...Eastwood became the starring role, and Mitt Romney got to play the Extra role.
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    sabrina05 Wrote: OK America....shouldn't the after talk of the town be about the Speech of Mitt Romney? and not Clint Eastwood?  But the whole country is on fire, talking about Eastwood and that empty chair.  What was left in the mind of the people was more of Clint Eastwood than Mitt Romney.  The whole internet community is flooded by mix emotion for Eastwood.  So who's to blame for all this hulabaloo?  Reince Priebus, the RNC Chairman.  He was responsible for all the program(s) and participant(s)  that will take place on the Platform. But obviously, he did do his job and that's what happen.  I like the tweeter sent by the Obama Campaign....the back of the executive chair with President Obama seated on it with his back turn around...and says "this seat is taken" :)  And the rest are images of different kind of chairs. It's either hilarious or sarcastic.  
    The Romney Campaign are pointing fingers at each other.  And for the Campaign...the attention Clint Eastwood is getting instead of Mitt Romney does not sit well with the Presidential Candidate.  What a waste of time in favor of Romney right after a Convention...Eastwood became the starring role, and Mitt Romney got to play the Extra role.
    I disagree and distrust Mitt Romney but I did feel bad that the one glorious "coming out party" that should have been about him was overshadowed by an OLD, delusional, man talking to an empty chair...it reminded me of my rounds through the psych ward.
    Whoever planned this should be FIRED!

    Now let's have Chris Rock parody this at the DNC!
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    It is clear Clint has been bought and paid for by oil, at his age, oil probable got a good deal.  When you mess with oil, sometimes it explodes in your face, Romney is finding this out.
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    I believe I have the perfect response to Mr. Eastwood and the RNC cronies:
    Yippie-yi-yo-ki-yay! (Go Ahead - Fill in the blanks)
    Go Progressive Democrats - let's take OUR Country back!
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    ssuh Wrote:
    sabrina05 Wrote: OK America....shouldn't the after talk of the town be about the Speech of Mitt Romney? and not Clint Eastwood?  But the whole country is on fire, talking about Eastwood and that empty chair.  What was left in the mind of the people was more of Clint Eastwood than Mitt Romney.  The whole internet community is flooded by mix emotion for Eastwood.  So who's to blame for all this hulabaloo?  Reince Priebus, the RNC Chairman.  He was responsible for all the program(s) and participant(s)  that will take place on the Platform. But obviously, he did do his job and that's what happen.  I like the tweeter sent by the Obama Campaign....the back of the executive chair with President Obama seated on it with his back turn around...and says "this seat is taken" :)  And the rest are images of different kind of chairs. It's either hilarious or sarcastic.  
    The Romney Campaign are pointing fingers at each other.  And for the Campaign...the attention Clint Eastwood is getting instead of Mitt Romney does not sit well with the Presidential Candidate.  What a waste of time in favor of Romney right after a Convention...Eastwood became the starring role, and Mitt Romney got to play the Extra role.
    I disagree and distrust Mitt Romney but I did feel bad that the one glorious "coming out party" that should have been about him was overshadowed by an OLD, delusional, man talking to an empty chair...it reminded me of my rounds through the psych ward.
    Whoever planned this should be FIRED!

    Now let's have Chris Rock parody this at the DNC!


     Lighten up and get a sense of humor.  Mr. Eastwood brought out  some excellent points using his amazing sense of humor!
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    “When Clint Eastwood stated that the next American President should be a stellar business president and knocked Obama for being a Lawyer this is when I realized if Clint Eastwood ever read an American History textbook . First and foremost most former American Presidents have been lawyers. Clint Eastwood not only came across as needing to take a history 101 course but he also did an excellent job is misinforming the republican audience that night with his ignorance and twisted humor and the crowd cheered and roared. I was really hoping that former President Bush would have taken a seat that night in this imaginary empty chair but the reality is that Bush wasn't even invited.”
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    Hmmm, Clint Eastwood & Ronald Reagan, both Republican actors!

    Need I say more????
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    pr Wrote: Hmmm, Clint Eastwood & Ronald Reagan, both Republican actors!

    Need I say more????


    No need, it is clear why Republicans would have a problem with someone educated to be our president.  Jimmy Carter is by far our most educated president to date, with degrees in subjects such as chemistry.  He was also our last president to be a real solar leader.  Reagan acted like all we needed was oil, what we really need is a real leader for the majority, something I haven't seen since Jimmy Carter.

     I am to the point of giving up on our government ever doing right, but I think that is what the money system hopes the majority will do, and we just believe all the lies told to us, I am not to that point, nor will I ever be.  Do I think Obama is doing all he could for the majority, of course not, but I also know, the alternative of a Republican president is the final nail in the majority's good future coffin.  For some who died from oil pollution and war, it is too late for our politicians to change, this world is over for them over lies.  For sure I know, the ones who kill the majority for money, will not find a better world once they are gone from here.  Still, it would be nice to see justice for the America majority in this world once.  It bothers me knowing that the strongest force in America is powerless to date, thanks to media brain washing and a majority too lazy to use the power we have.      
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    Regarding Eastwood's statement that we need to elect a businessman, history shows that some of the worst presidents ever were businessmen.

    I'll name three: Warren G. Harding, Herbert Hoover, and George W. Bush.

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    Schmidt Wrote: Regarding Eastwood's statement that we need to elect a businessman, history shows that some of the worst presidents ever were businessmen.

    I'll name three: Warren G. Harding, Herbert Hoover, and George W. Bush.



    It is time for clit to fade away, business ethics running our country!  Give me a break, business ethics is far from right for the majority, for that matter, far from right in God's eyes too, but then again, it is clear the Republican Party does not worship a God about good.
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    Certainly clear American oil won't come near to exploding in the "wanna be king's" face, he would rather go to another country than support America.
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    obama is a loser Wrote: Certainly clear American oil won't come near to exploding in the "wanna be king's" face, he would rather go to another country than support America.


    Tin foil hat wearing teapartiest. As such only speaks for others doomed to deletion. 
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    obama is a loser Wrote: "Woven Gems" - Only one person that is "doomed to deletion" is Obama, in November.  You can kiss his ring (or whatever) goodbye!


    Go back to Tampa "Obama is a loser", and stick your Repub. head where the sun doesn't shine, just like Mitt and Paul are doing.