Clint was brilliant, representing 0bama as an empty chair was spot on. 0bama spends more time on the golf course than in the oval office. The only improvement would have been to have an empty suit on the chair.
That was Dubya
NO "Duba" actually spent some time in the oval office.
No, Social Security is the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on Americans. <br />
However, Mr O probably owed more favors to more people when he took office than any other president, but he wanted you to think he was his own man. <br />
There is simply no way that a person so young and barely established can build the necessary network to successfully campaign or even become known to much of anyone -- unless he is independently wealthy or he makes deals with a whole lot of devils. <br />
He was not rich and he is not rich now. He comes from a party machine in a state known for its Democratic party machine. (This is the state whose young, charismatic governor went to federal prison not so long ago.) How could he not have made many whopper-sized deals to become president, or even senator, or even representative?
I think you are correct. I suspect that the Democratic party very cynically chose him because he is attractive and had no known enemies and he could be controlled. Their leadership played him and our public well; whereas, the brain trust at Republican headquarters has been fresh out of ideas since Mr Reagan. It was as if the RNC had a collective stroke and has just lately begun to regain capacity and function again.
I'm thinking the election in 2000 was the greatest hoax, personally. But that's because negative votes for a candidate reported being equated with pokes in chads doesn't add up in my logical mind.
True enough. Probably why I advocate "election tampering" to be under the TREASON heading in crimes, punishable by death.
Gee... He's wrong. The greatest hoax perpetuated on the American people were the moon landings. (joking)
I love Clint and am a conservative republican but, I think the skit he did was terrible. He came accross as a demented old man. I think it was a poor choice to have him as a speaker. He did more harm than good, in my opinion. Too bad Ron Paul didn't endorse Romney. Now, that would have almost assured Romney's presidency.
Now I'm sure he's becoming senile. Too bad, I used to like him.
I think he's an old man who lives in assisted living and watches Fox and listens to Limbaugh. He rants at empty chairs all day long. The Republicans gave him a ticket to Florida, got him into an early bird buffet, had him take a nap then put him on stage.
Well at least I know now what he believes in, and it isn't what I believe in. Far from it. And his campaign promises? There isn't much about him that is positive.
Talking about obama. And it's not so much about what Clint said as to what obama said and did.
In other words, Clint was right.
I thought it was a prologue to 'Million dollar baby -2'
He obviously has not seen his own films