Eastwood’s speech: ‘Classic improv’ or ‘bizarre’?

From: The Washington Times | September 2, 2012 

Three days after Clint Eastwood's rambling, on-stage "conversation" with an imaginary Barack Obama, Republicans and Democrats were split on whether the improvisational bit helped or hurt Mitt Romney.

On Sunday's political talk shows, Democrats were careful not to insult the legendary Hollywood actor and director, but they made it clear ...


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