Clint Eastwood Leaves No Doubt That He Branches Out To Politics - Unusually

 THERE WAS MUCH HOO-HAH WHEN CLINT EASTWOOD GOT A SILENT STARE FROM A CHAIR AT THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION.
The movie star turned up in Tampa in August to give what was supposed to be a five-minute speech blessing GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney.

Instead, the Oscar winner delivered a rambling monologue of 12 minutes' duration toward an empty chair which all agreed beforehand was supposed to represent President Obama.

Almost uniformly, reporters pounced on the movie star, pronouncing the moments as the weirdest ever in convention history. Film critic Roger Ebert tweeted: "Clint, my hero, is coming across as sad and pathetic."

Obama's team seized the momentum: They tweeted a picture of Obama in a chair with the line "This seat is taken."
A rumpus if we ever saw one...