Media Strikes Back After Dirty Harry Dares To Mock Obama

5 responses to “Media Strikes Back After Dirty Harry Dares To Mock Obama

  1. I am a liberal and thought Clint Eastwood was funny last night. I don’t have to agree with him to be amused by his jokes. Hopefully, we will all learn to loosen up a bit, while we debate issues that are important to usl!

    • I think the Roger Ebert’s of the world [and he wrote a column about Clint the next day} are just upset because Clint isn’t a liberal. 99% of the Hollywood types are liberal. Ebert can’t take live with the fact that Clint isn’t one of his ilk. If say Tim Robbins had done that at the democratic convention- about Romney…Ebert would still be laughing…. I agree with you- people take this stuff way too seriously…and i hate to say it but the bottom line is- whoever wins..we all will still end up losing.

  2. As a complete outsider, being a lowly Canadian observer – able only to watch in amazement from the frozen north – my thoughts;
    Was it funny? Sure, in a way. It was also weird and rather sad. Perhaps because Dirty Harry was so frail, perhaps because after Obama was elected 80% of Canadians polled admitted to either shedding a tear or jumping for joy. Certainly it was unexpected, and yes refreshing in a way. That said, Obama was handed the Bush lemons, try as he might, the lemonade eludes him. Make no mistake, a majority of Canada pray for Obama’s re-election. Knock yourself out Clint and Romney, we all had a good laugh. Here’s one Canadian hoping America doesn’t fall for the dog and pony show.

    • The thing is if some liberal actor would do the same thing on the stage of the democratic convention and just change the target to Romney not Obama…the liberal press would be calling it a stroke of genius..

    • You’re absolutely right. And I’ll be the first to admit that it was a stroke of genius at the RNC. Whatever side you may be on, people are talking about Clint, and I’d say – chalk one up for the Romney camp.

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