After Clint Eastwood‘s bizarre appearance at the Republican National Convention last week, it’s safe to say the election season has gotten weird. Are the Democrats courting similar spectacle by inviting famed movie stoners Harold and Kumar to their big show this week?
People worked themselves up into such a fizz over news that the President brews his own beer that the White House decided to share its recipe. You may not be able to debate like Obama, but now you can drink like him!
Oh SNAP! Everyone’s been going crazy about Clint Eastwood’s speech at the Republican National Convention last night, in which he addressed an empty chair as though Barack Obama were seated in it. Jokes were made. Rallying cries were … cried. It was pretty much Twitter insanity. One joke stands above the rest when all is said and done though — this picture, posted by Barack Obama’s official Twitter profile, along with the accompanying text “This seat’s taken.”
While the rumor all week has been that a Ronald Reagan hologram would be the “surprise” guest at the GOP convention, instead it was Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood who helped to introduce Mitt Romney in Tampa.
And we think it’s safe to say Eastwood’s performance was “surprising.”
A Federal court has rejected a Texas law that would require voters to present valid photo identification before voting. The three judge panel agreed unanimously that the law would impose "strict, unforgiving burdens on the poor" when it comes time to go to the polls in November.
Thursday night at the Republican Nation Convention in Tampa, Florida, Clint Eastwood emerged on the stage and revealed himself to be the mystery guest speaker everyone’s been talking about (as if there was any surprise there).
During a videotaped message delivered during last night’s Republican National Convention, both former Bush presidents expressed support for Mitt Romney. But the most surreal moment came when the elder Bush recalled comedian Dana Carvey’s well-known impersonation of him.
You might not have guessed it in a million years, but apparently Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney is a country music fan. As a matter of fact, in a recent interview, Romney cited several country music acts atop his favorites.
Mitt Romney is an avid country music fan, it seems. In a new interview, the Republican presidential hopeful revealed some of the acts he’d like to have perform at the White House — and the country genre dominates his imaginary concert.
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