Aimee Patton

A pleasantly eccentric take on politics

Dear Mr. Eastwood,

First, well done last night at the RNC!  You really told President Obama, I mean the empty chair, that was symbolic of President Obama.

I also thought the messy hair was a nice touch to emphasize the mean guy message playing hardball with American politics.

Let’s just take a second to review my favorite part of your speech where you really gave it to President Obama:

“See, I never thought it was a good idea for attorneys to the president, anyway.”

(APPLAUSE)

“I think attorneys are so busy — you know they’re always taught to argue everything, and always weight everything — weigh both sides. They are always devil’s advocating this and bifurcating this and bifurcating that. You know all that stuff.

But, I think it is maybe time — what do you think — for maybe a businessman. How about that?”  Clint Eastwood, RNC 2012

(APPLAUSE)

You really told President Obama!  Lawyers for Presidents suck!  Let’s take a look at the other Presidents who were also  lawyers and see how bad they sucked just to further prove your point:

John Adams

Thomas Jefferson

James Madison

James Monroe

John Quincy Adams

Martin Van Buren

John Tyler

James Polk

Millard Fillmore

Franklin Pierce

James Buchanan

Abraham Lincoln

Rutherford B. Hayes

Chester Arthur

Grover Cleveland

Benjamin Harrison

William McKinley

William Howard Taft

Woodrow Wilson

Franklin Roosevelt

Richard Nixon

Gerald Ford

William Jefferson Clinton

Barack Obama

Yep. Mr. Eastwood, I agree.  When I look over this long list I can only just review it in amazement.  A long list of Presidents who were once lawyers who just stunk up the county.  None of them did much of anything memorable.  Thomas Jefferson…can’t think of anything.  Abraham Lincoln….nope…nothing comes to mind.

I think you and the GOP are correct.  Elect a businessman.   I wouldn’t elect anyone like Thomas Jefferson or Abraham Lincoln.  Lawyers can’t be trusted to do anything right by the White House.  History shows us this,you pointed it out and the GOP applauded in agreement.

Yours in historical studies,

Aimee

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Clint Eastwood line 1 – it’s the Founding Fathers

  1. Ronnard says:

    Well done. To further contradict Mr. Dirty Harry and his odd speech, Mr. Romney has a law degree. So I’m not quite sure he even knows much about his candidate.

    1. I think Mr. Eastwood was just happy to be out of the home 🙂

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