31 August, 2012

In the Line of Fire: The Clint Eastwood Train Wreck | Swampland | TIME.com

Time Magazine's take on what was the single most bizarre political speech that I have ever witnessed delivered by Clint Eastwood. Up to now, the honor of the worst speech belonged to Jacques Parizeau in the wake of his loss in the Quebec referendum. (Who can forget his 'it was money and the ethnic vote' rationale for the loss?) But after last night, the former mayor Carmel by the Sea in California occupies the top (?) rung on this ladder of shame and insanity.

In the Line of Fire: The Clint Eastwood Train Wreck | Swampland | TIME.com

1 comment:

  1. Or as Jon Stewart called it, Old Man and the Seat.

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