Clint Eastwood made it very clear to Ellen DeGeneres that he's not making any apologies for his speech at the Republican National Convention.
In fact, beyond fiscal responsibility, he revealed he really doesn't share too many values with the political party. Still, he likes Mitt Romney as a presidential candidate and gave him his celebrity endorsement, but doesn't necessarily think his endorsement was a good idea!
The 82-year-old seems kind of amused by all of the attention from his invisible Obama speech and laughs off most of the criticism. While talking to Extra (above), the iconic actor deduced that people either "loved it or hated it."
If any Republicans hated it though, it's their stupid fault, as he quipped:
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"There is not one empty chair and if there was, Clint Eastwood would be talking about it."
- Eva Longoria hosting the 2012 ALMA Awards, airing Friday 8 p.m. ET on NBC
[Image via WENN.]
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Bill Clinton has met his match!
CNN's coverage of Slick Willy's DNC speech tied in ratings TLC's presentation of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo!
That mean Americans are equally as interested in child beauty pageant contest Alana Thompson and her genetically diverse family as they are with with the former President of the country.
What's worse (yes it gets worse) is last week Honey Boo Boo was the HIGHEST rated cable show in it's night. Ratings for the Republican National Convention's coverage didn't tie, or even come close to the amount of viewers Honey Boo Boo and her pig pulled it!
WTF?? THIS IS AN ELECTION YEAR PEOPLE!!
Our suggestion to Americans:
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Is this a trailer for the new Clint Eastwood film?
A light-hearted buddy cop movies where a surly, rambling old man and his invisible friend with a penchant for obscenities overcome the odds to team up and tickle America's funny bone?
No. It very assuredly is not.
What looks like a botched stand-up routine mauled by a tiger and ran-over by a bus was actually Clint's critically important primetime speech at last night's Republican National Convention!
Ch-ch-check out the beloved actor standing in front of millions (above), speaking in half-sentences and incoherently
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The rumors were true!
Clint Eastwood showed his support for Mitt Romney in the BIGGEST way possible… opening for him at the Republican National Convention!
NOW, the headliner, the Presidential candidate himself is taking the stage.
Press Play to watch the most important RNC speech (above)!
Sure, Mitt is not as seXXXy as his VP candidate, Paul Ryan… but it might be a good idea to hear what he has to say anyway!
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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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Introducing…. Paul Ryan!
Tonight the Republican Vice Presidential candidate gave his first BIG TIME speech of his career at the Republican National Convention.
Hear Mitt Romney's running mate talk about the "freedom-less" Affordable Health Care Act, the state of the economy and his less-than positive feeling towards President Obama in part one of this speech (above)!
One thing is for sure, this was by faaaar the sexiest part of the convention!
Watch part two and three of the RNC speech… AFTER THE JUMP!!
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