Posted by RB in Blog, Featured on August 31, 2012 12:09 pm / 16 comments
After watching the Republican National Convention last night, what do you think of when you look at this picture.
Clint Eastwood is a genius.
Wasn’t that his point all along? I think a lot of people just don’t get it.
Obama’s empty chair (and promises!) vs. TOTUS vs. Mitt’s Ipod–all of them STILL smarter than Joe Biden, ‘the intellect of the Democratic party’!
Yup, Clint Eastwood IS a genius. But then, his fans already knew that.
Love it! Wish you had a fb share button!
Lol absolutely correct!!
Hmmm. When it comes time for the debates Obama better get in his seat before Romney. Empty chair where the president is supposed to sit? Heh.
I would imagine Clint Eastwood rambling.
LOL! Good luck on that spin. If anything I will think about Eastwooding… or Salvador Dali… I have to say that Clint as crazy as he seemed still has a lot of charisma.
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Of the RNP missing the most important TV hour to highlight the candidate video.
We have a virtual president. No tangible substance is character, his actions or his policies.
President Max Headroom.
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Maybe the rants of an 82 year old Clint Eastwood to an empty chair were actually more clever than we initially realized. Do this. Go back, watch Mr. Eastwood’s 10 minute rant, but place the missing president in the chair, the real missing president, the former 8 year Republican President so conspicuously absent from the convention. Put G W Bush in that chair and see if Clint’s diatribe doesn’t make more sense.
A10+ the chair a Obama signature get a button guys
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