Clint Eastwood scored quite the coup and nailed it. He probably has conducted the most honest interview that Barack Obama has ever given. In light of the fact that Barack Obama was unable to attend the RNC in Tampa, Clint spoke to an empty chair (usually we are faced with an empty suit anyway) to add to the ambiance. Even when Barack is physically present, all we get is the empty suit shouting platitudes and doling out goodies from Barack National Bank aka Taxpayer funds.
The hard-hitting questions started right out of the gate. Finally, someone with the backbone to conduct an interview the way it should be done. Clint’s performance was Oscar-worthy. Allowing some latitude for his 82 years, the timing was impeccable and his performance was absolutely hysterical. The fact that he actually had a spine was refreshing!! (MSM are you listening??). Of course, the “we are not amused” bunch will pillory the poor man in the press today. H*ll, it already started last night.
Hands down, the best exchange of the night:
I think you've mentioned something about having a target date for bringing everybody home. You gave that target date, and I think Mr. Romney asked the only sensible question, you know, he says, ``Why are you giving the date out now? Why don't you just bring them home tomorrow morning?''
Eastwood posed such hard-hitting questions such as addressing the closure of GITMO, terrorist trials in NYC, jetting all over the US to visit colleges to discuss student loans (not to mention the cost of burning all that jet fuel), and the national tragedy of 23 million people unemployed.
I am certain Mr. Eastwood alienated a few “friends” last night. The MSM media was beside themselves with rage, lambasting him and leading them to question his sanity and intent. (That was part of the intent – to p*ss off the MSM, right?) Mr. Eastwood succinctly illustrated the antics of Barack Obama with his biting performance, one that will endear him to many voters. Who knew that Dirty Harry would teach the MSM a thing or two about how to conduct an interview? And with a backbone no less.
It’s obvious that Mr. Eastwood is no fan of Barack Obama and seeing Barack removed from the White House in November will just make his day.