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Clint Still Has the Guts that Punks Lack

sam allen Wrote: Sep 03, 2012 1:55 PM
Frankly I don't care whether about his performance. I agreed with his ideas. It is a progressive idea that performance and image are what matter. Substance needs to be recognized over style. I thought his style was fine, but I thought his ideas were even better. We need to teach people that style is not what matters. Obama got elected by appealing to style, but we need to drive people back to substance. To anyone paying attention, it was no surprise that Barack Obama has governed as far-leftist or that he was not particularly competent to be President. His leftist ideology and lack of experience were ready available to anyone paying a little bit of attention.

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...