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Mitt Romney Personally Invited Clint Eastwood to Speak at RNC

For all the finger-pointing about Clint Eastwood’s rambling conversation with an empty chair on Thursday night, the most bizarre, head-scratching 12 minutes in recent political convention history were set in motion by Mitt Romney himself and made possible by his aides, who had shrouded the actor’s appearance in secrecy.

Source: New York Times. Read full article. (link)

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  • Homple||

    Yeah, I always check the New York Times for straight unbiased information about the Republican party.

    Eastwood's routine lit up the crowd, turned loose a whole lot of fun on the right side of the internet, provoked a Presidential response to some jokes by an old movie actor, and set the lefties in a howling rage.

    Good enough for me.

  • mattrue||

    Everything must seem bizarre and head-scratching when you suffer from cognitive dissonance.

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