Clint Eastwood Delivers Humorous and Acrimonious Speech in RNC 2012; But Everybody's Not Impressed By It Says GreenBeanBuddy

Clint Eastwood as the celebrity mystery speaker during the 2012 RNC delivered a humorous and acrimonious speech. However, GreenBeanBuddy.com said that comments about his made it apparent that not everybody is impressed with it.

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...Eastwood delivered a sort-of standup routine in the RNC. It shared that he had a conversation with an invisible Obama on a seat next to him on the stage.

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) August 31, 2012

The Republican National Convention 2012 in Tampa Florida was graced by a movie star presence. Actor Clint Eastwood made a surprise appearance and even delivered a speech in the said RNC as related by a report from washingtonpost.com. However, after GreenBeanBuddy checked out the response of the public, it concluded that not everybody was impressed with it.

According to the report, Eastwood delivered a sort-of standup routine in the RNC. It shared that he had a conversation with an invisible Obama on a seat next to him on the stage. Additionally, the report said that while on a chat with the invisible president, the actor made critical remarks about Obama being a lawyer-president, about the unemployment and the war in Afganistan.

The 82-year-old actor delivered his speech right before Marco Rubio's introduction for Mitt Romney, detailed by a separate report from theglobeandmail.com. But though the diatribe was humorous in some parts, it was also described as scathing. And as it was pointed out by many people, the general message of it is that “When somebody does not do the job, we’ve gotta let them go” in Eastwood's own words.

Below is an excerpt of the post Eastwood Makes a Surprise Speech in RNC by GreenBeanBuddy.

“Clint Eastwood added a touch of Hollywood to the 2012 Republican National Convention on August 30 in Tampa Florida. But as “invisible Obama” went viral after his speech, many said he actually overshadowed Mitt Romney in the said RNC.

The Academy Award-winning actor was the surprise celebrity speaker of the convention. He gave his almost 10-minute speech imbued with ad libs before Marco Rubio's introduction of Romney. And as it was described by many, Clint's talk was humorous but also acrimonious.”

As it was stated in the reports, Eastwood's speech was warmly accepted by the audience. Nonetheless, after taking a look at the comments about it, news website GreenBeanBuddy.com said that it was apparent that not everybody was impressed with his speech. But then again, it was always like that in politics, it added.

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