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Clint Still Has the Guts that Punks Lack

PecosPete.38 Wrote: Sep 03, 2012 5:02 PM
The Great Mistake was nominated over Hillary ( who had almost 2 million more votes) because of his skin color...even though his 'blackness'' is only 6.25 %. Those who were numb brained enough to vote for him despite being warned for months about his controversial & secret past did so in order to feel good about themselves as post racial. He's been running on skin color for almost 6 years, and that's all he's got. He's exploited his "blackness,' even though it's little more than a fourth of his heritage...strictly for votes and to advance his sinster handlers' sleazy agenda as a front man.
PecosPete.38 Wrote: Sep 03, 2012 5:05 PM
continued: Unfortunately, for truly qualified black men/women, he has let down many who mistakenly wanted to give a black man a chance....when instead they were giving a mostly white and Arab man a chance.....which turned out to be a national charade and a letdown of cosmic proportions.
A_Nobody Wrote: Sep 03, 2012 6:40 PM

Theater review on Townhall Finance? Hey, it’s a holiday. Anyway, bizarre deviations from the script are cool! Just ask Clint Eastwood.

Old, new, and social media are abuzz deconstructing Eastwood’s performance at the Republican Convention.

Brilliant? Senile? Disastrous?

The right answer is it was a triumph, a gutsy one. In immediate impact, substance, lingering effect, and the personal risk of the messenger, it was a unique accomplishment that has already added a new meme to the campaign: The empty chair.

Let’s dispense with the spin that it was...