Originally posted by grey580
reply to post by sealing
I don't know.
What did he say?
I'm paraphrasing here, but this is essentially Eastwood's script.
"Unemployment is high
Obama hasn't done enough
Time for someone else to actually solve the problem?
Obama lies, not fulfilling his promises to people.
Successfully extracting from Iraq doesn't forgive miserably failing in Afghanistan.
Why set a target date to extract from a failing war instead of simply bringing the troops home now?
Imaginary Obama suggests Romney get to know himself in a carnal fashion, making him as ridiculously clueless as Biden.
Joe Biden epitomizes the Democratic brain trust.
Attorneys make poor presidents, whereas businessmen can better deal with the economic rigors of the presidency.
Air Force 1 uses too much gas when utilized to jet set around for the purpose of spreading personal opinions rather than performing the duties of
Imaginary Obama now suggests Eastwood get to know himself in the Biblical sense.
The people own the USA, the politicians are employees of the people.
America is the best, yay us!
Underperforming employees must be let go.
Some politicians seem like nice guys, but we should vote based on results.
Vote Romney, go ahead and make my day."
His delivery was a bit awkward, but the message wasn't lost nor disagreed with by me, at least.