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In less than fifteen minutes, Eastwood managed to entertainingly address many of the major failings of the Obama administration. That alone was impressive, but more importantly was the way Clint, using a hilarious delivery combined with deadpan serious criticisms of the Obama administration, manages to address those whom I like to call the ”prodigal voters.” Prodigal voters are those voters who were enticed by Obama’s promises of “hope and change” and “yes, we can,” and other absurdities. Prodigal voters are not necessarily traditional swing voters who tend to vote on issues and facts, but rather those 2008 Obama who voted based upon their heartfelt emotions. Eastwood understands this, he masterfully seeks them out and beckons them back to the Republican fold, no matter what their party affiliation. He directly interacts with them in a playful, personal way and squarely hits his mark with his oratorical fatted calf – no hard feelings, we’re just happy to have you back.
What is most humorous is that by presenting in a seemingly unscripted manner, Eastwood masterfully uses his craft to interact with all voters in a playful, personal way. His performance caught the liberal main stream media off guard because they didn’t understand the intent of his speech, and so in their haste to destroy all things Romney, they’ve dutifully trashed Eastwood’s appearance. What the liberal pundits do not realize (yet) is that by trashing Mr. Eastwood’s speech, they have simply helped to bring more attention to Eastwood’s message: Obama must go.
Well-played, Mr. Eastwood, well-played, indeed.
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From New Hampshire’s Union Leader Editorial:
This newspaper endorses Newt Gingrich in the New Hampshire Presidential Primary.
America is at a crucial crossroads. It is not going to be enough to merely replace Barack Obama next year. We are in critical need of the innovative, forward-looking strategy and positive leadership that Gingrich has shown he is capable of providing.
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Back on August 11, 2011, Newt Gingrich lauds the Debt Super Committee as being useless. Guess what? He was right again. Gingrich has great insight into how American politics should work. He is my choice for President in 2012!!!
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