In all seriousness, Clint Eastwood’s speech at tonight’s GOP convention started out as a train wreck and quickly turned into an unmitigated disaster, and his speech tonight will likely go down in history as one of the worst nominee lead-ins of all time.

Eastwood’s “performance” tonight was summed up best by film critic Roger Ebert.

UPDATE: Here’s some video of Clint Eastwood’s speech at the GOP convention:

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5 Responses to My thoughts on Clint Eastwood’s GOP convention speech in 140 characters (UPDATED)

  1. Neil Franklin says:

    What a political republican racist with the menory of an amoeba.

  2. DGarr says:

    How many ways can one say, “mistake”?
    Republican convention went off the rails with this one.

    Is this a taste of what Republican good judgment looks like?
    What the hell were they thinking?

    This was the last night of the Republican convention.
    And we are given this?

    I am going to try to forget this misstep by this great actor, director.
    Right now, I can only managed to feel sorry for him.
    And to feel sorry for the poor bozo who talked the convention committee into this stunt.

  3. Aaron Camp says:

    Clint Eastwood upstaged Mitt Romney and made a fool of himself in one swoop.

    At least when Barack Obama upstaged John Kerry at the 2004 DNC, he gave an excellent speech that I will remember for as long as I live.

  4. Paul says:

    The best part is how many of the attendees seemed so enthused by his inane ramblings. The upper echelons of the party knew how bad it was according to all the reports of Paul Ryan and Anne Romney’s expressions but the party activists thought it was great.

  5. yelitza says:

    It seemed as though his speech was not prepared or rehearsed. I understand his point of view but Obama cleaned up after Bush. It will take a long time for recovery. Also, i have a editorial to do and my topic is Clint Eastwood talking to empty chair at RNC. But i want opinions about the topuc to put in the editorial. Can someone give me an idea?

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