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Clint Eastwood PUNKS Mitt Romney and the RNC!

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Sad if true

If Clint Eastwood was actually a stealth Ron Paul supporter as suggested here, then shame on him for not being open about it.

As a high profile Republican he could have done a great deal more for liberty than punk the RNC at Mitt's coronation.

I will be telling my kids,

I will be telling my kids, grandkids, and great-grandkids (if I'm fortunate enough to live that long) about this most excellent acting performance of Clint's - the day that Clint Eastwood upstaged Mitt Romney at the RNC by playing the part of Ron Paul and bowing at the end of his performance. LOL Ron Paul (with his loose-fitting suit, occasional stutter, and imperfectly combed hair) would have wiped the floor with Obama using his clear and consistent logic, common sense, and unifying message.

Only the acceptance of the truth can defeat systemic evil.

I loved it

and defended it here


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Uhm.. I think Clint punk'd himself.
IF Clint thinks Romney is for anything he said Mitt agrees with (or said Mitt said), Clint is getting old..
These were all Paul statements and ideas; nothing attributable to MITT.
I really think Clint is confused (as is the audience of republidrones who have NO idea what Mitt stands for.)

Surely, though; any idiotic repub that voted for Mitt was punk'd.

We had SOME proof, but RNC does not care about Rules n Laws- they just break and then change 'em to suit whomever (not PAUL).

I don't think he is confused.

I don't think he is confused. I believe he knows very well what he is talking about and he was for Ron Paul all along.

He just takes the whole RNC for a ride. For a big one. LOL

Punking or stumping for Romney???


A patriot must always be prepared to defend his country from his government.

it was rand who actually went on the campaign trail

for Romney, and followed the RNC orders to the hilt, which included an embarrassing speech.

"I'm not gonna shut up. It's

"I'm not gonna shut up. It's my turn."

Haha who's that referencing.

Rick Santorum comes to mind. Other than him I don't know.

(: Who came to mind for you?


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LOL :)

LOL :)

It is easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled. – Mark Twain
Real patriotism is a willingness to challenge the government when it's wrong. - Ron Paul



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