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Dirty Harry Meets Clean Mitt

ssc Wrote: Sep 01, 2012 4:55 AM
Amy, while I loved Clint's act, it was not the best thing for the RNC. Everyone is talking about Clint craziness and not about Mia Love, Condi Rice, Ryan or Romney. Clint is a distraction from the central message the convention should have portrayed.
AmyDB Wrote: Sep 01, 2012 6:39 AM
It is the perfect distraction ssc. Do you honestly that the DNC can reach even mid-stride without some fool messing up?
We can go from the high of the RNC straight to attacking the progressives where they live & breath. Our weapons won't be blunted by fending off attacks on Romney or Ryan.
Eastwood is a big boy, he can withstand the slings & arrows of outrageous Hollyweird.

Aside from that a lot of the Hollyweirdites owe Eastwood in one way or another. They'll be careful in their attacks, Hella's Realm some may even have a modicum of loyalty to Eastwood & may end up defending him if it gets too bad. Now wouldn't that be amusing if some of them jump to Clint's support when he doesn't fire back at those who are insulting him?

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