Hey, stranger things…
Apparently, people think Clint Eastwood's speech at the Republican National Convention on Thursday night (above) was SO weird, awkward and cray cray that they're assuming it HAD to be part of his reality show, Mrs. Eastwood & Company.
However, sources are assuring the world that the Hollywood icon was not encouraged by any producer of the show to talk down to an invisible Barack Obama in an effort to pump up the crowd.
This thought never really crossed our mind, but maybe a lot of Dirty Harry fans were giving the actor the benefit of the doubt.
No matter what
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We are extremely disappointed by former Governor Mitt Romney regarding his selection for Vice President, as new evidence suggests Condoleezza Rice's tolerance cost her a spot on the ticket.
According to her friends, she was a definite finalist and her penchant for equality worked against her.
One source admitted:
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"This seat's taken."
It was a clear and concise response to the most incomprehensibly awkward attack in Convention history!!
Clint Eastwood is Hollywood's most openly conservative movie stars, so an appearance at the RNC designed to take President Obama
out for a seafood dinner down a few notches was far from surprising.
The 82 year-old actor's
speech conversation with an empty stool, however, was downright inexplicable!!
We're not sure his makeshift comedy routine won over many undecided voters but The Left took no chances.
The President's immediate Twitter rebuttal (picture and quote above) very effectively took the wind fromf Dirty Harry's sails.
Bam! Take that, yo.
No response yet from
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Move over, Republicans!
The GOP might've held their convention last night, but it was also our First Lady Michelle Obama’s time to shine on late night TV!
MObama stopped by the Late Show to have a little chat with David Letterman, and they covered everything from the Republican National Convention to Todd Akin and of course, her presidential hubby!
Check out the vid (above) to hear Michelle talk the convention and find out what happens behind closed doors when the Prez comes home!
LOLz! We can always count on Mz. Obama for an entertaining interview!!
She somehow manages to let her guard down… but with class, of course!
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Hey! They can’t be expected to be cooped up in the convention center talking traditional family values ALL DAY, can they?
Everyone deserves the chance to blow off a little steam… and what better place to do it than at a strip club!
Skin Tampa, a strip club located in the Florida city hosting the RNC, says that profit has D-D-DOUBLED since the conservative crowd came to town.
The management sent the club's hottest ladies to the convention to personally
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People are praising Paul Ryan's speech at the Republican National Convention last night. We've got to admit, he's pretty to look at and has no problem speaking clearly in front of millions.
The only problem is that another portion of the people watching noticed that his speech may have been built off of
a few "seven or eight points…the fact checkers will have some opportunities to dispute."
CNN's Wolf Blitzer was quick to point that out, although didn't go in to specifics because "as far as Mitt Romney's campaign is concerned, Paul Ryan on this night delivered."
Let's talk about a few examples of some of the exaggerations and less-than-honest attacks that the Republican Vice Presidential candidate made against Barack Obama.
For starters, he blames the current president for
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If you believe Fox News, at least.
The 24-hour news channel is speculating that the late Ronald Reagan could be taking the stage at the Republican National Convention on Thursday to endorse Mitt Romney for president!
The deceased president is one of a few possibilities for Fox since there is a "To Be Announced" speaker scheduled minutes before Romney will officially accept the party's nomination to challenge Barack Obama for the presidency.
So how is a dead president going to give his endorsement? Via hologram, of course! As a Fox News anchor points out
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