By John W. Lillpop
President Obama threatened the DNC and really the entire nation with these ominous words, “I am not done yet.”
Good hell, just how much additional ruin and pain must this failed leftist inflect before he takes his foot off the necks of the American people and stops shredding our Constitution just to satiate his Marxist fantasies?
Must poverty by Executive Order disrupt the lives and welfare of all households, including the so-called rich?
Must private enterprise be gutted to the core by an out-of-touch fellow who believes he has the right, if not moral obligation, to use the power of government to “bankrupt” industries which he does not agree ideologically, such as coal?
Must the federal deficit become so onerous as to cause Tim Geithner to pan- handle on the streets of Greece just to round up enough money to at least meet the interest owed?
As reported at the reference, Clinton Eastwood was dead on with words about Obama in a follow-up to the Empty Chair routine at the RNC:
“President Obama is the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on the American people,” Eastwood told The Pine Cone this week. “Romney and Ryan would do a much better job running the country, and that’s what everybody needs to know. I may have irritated a lot of the lefties, but I was aiming for people in the middle.”
Breaking his silence
For five days after he thrilled or horrified the nation by talking to an empty chair representing Obama on the night Mitt Romney accepted the Republican nomination for president, Eastwood remained silent while pundits and critics debated whether his remarks, and the rambling way he made them, had helped or hurt Romney’s chances of winning in November.
But in a wide-ranging interview with The Pine Cone Tuesday from his home in Pebble Beach, he said he had conveyed the messages he wanted to convey, and that the spontaneous nature of his presentation was intentional, too.
“I had three points I wanted to make,” Eastwood said. “That not everybody in Hollywood is on the left, that Obama has broken a lot of the promises he made when he took office, and that the people should feel free to get rid of any politician who’s not doing a good job. But I didn’t make up my mind exactly what I was going to say until I said it.”
The man does have a great way with words!