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Dirty Harry Meets Clean Mitt

George10 Wrote: Sep 01, 2012 4:04 PM
I wouldn't hesitate to say that Bam Bam is a bad person. Anyone who criticizes someone when they can't defend themselves (Supreme Court justices, Paul Ryan), who accuses or countenances accusal of illegality (Romney), who twists another's position into an absolute pretzel, is not a good person. He's a nasty SOB.
Anne_1 Wrote: Sep 01, 2012 4:12 PM
There's no question that bad things do happen to good people.

But there's also not question that good people don't go out of their way to do bad things to others.

Obozo has been hell-bent to destroy a whole country, so I'm not sure anyone can call Obozo a "good person."
RHSimard Wrote: Sep 01, 2012 6:43 PM
Yes, and Eastwood covered that masterfully, whether ad-lib or prepared, when he first seemed to label Obama as a nice guy but incompetent, and then amended that to question that in the light of Obama's ad campaign.

TAMPA, Fla. -- Clint Eastwood put on an odd skit Thursday night at the Republican National Convention. It was awkward to watch and hard to hear, but I have to hand it to Eastwood. He achieved the impossible; he made the gaffe-prone Mitt Romney come across as supremely tactful.

Four years ago, when Barack Obama was elected president, Eastwood told the Republican National Convention on Thursday night, Eastwood thought: "This is great. Everybody was crying. Oprah was crying. I was even crying."

But with 23 million Americans unemployed and the Obama White House not sufficiently interested in solving the nation's...