More Moore: "Clint Eastwood's Delusional and Detached from Reality Speech"
Moore yesterday. More Moore today.
Michael Moore got his start interviewing an empty chair (see picture above). So maybe he's mad at Clint Eastwood for stealing his shtick. But he hardly has room for calling Clint "delusional" and "detached from reality." (Come to think of it, Mike hardly has room. Period.)
But hypocrisy has never stopped the Left. We know that's Clint's performance art, interviewing President Emptychair, must have really struck a nerve. And so they want to disparage his speech as "weird" and "bizarre," and dismiss Clint as a doddering old fool. But they know Eastwood exposed most vividly the vacuity of Emperor Zero's failed promises.
Thus Michael Moore gives his review of Clint Eastwood's performance here in this THREAD, "Michael Moore on Clint Eastwood's Delusional and Detached from Reality Speech." And the DUmmies join in.
So, speaking of delusional and detached from reality, let us now check in on the Reality-Based Community®, i.e., DUmmieland, in Chairy Red, while the commentary of your humble guest correspondent, Charles Henrickson, hoping Michael Moore will make a speech at the Democrat Convention touting Michelle Obama's exercise program, is in the [brackets]:
Michael Moore on Clint Eastwood's Delusional and Detached from Reality Speech
["Delusional" and "detached from reality." But when Michael Moore interviewed an empty chair to make a point, it was "inspired" and "edgy."]
The Hollywood legend growling at an empty chair will live on in infamy as the moment when a crazy old man hijacked a national party’s most important gathering to tell off the president. Michael Moore on the creepiness of crazy Clint.
[Crazy like a fox. Or a Fox. Clint really struck a nerve.]
Speaking to Invisible Obama last night, in a performance that seemed to have been written by Timothy Leary and performed by Cheech & Chong. . . .
[Dope & Chong. Mike, you guys don't have room to talk about drug-fueled craziness, when your boy Barry belonged to the Choom Gang. Yes We Cannabis!]
Clint Eastwood was able to drive home to tens of millions of viewers the central message of this year's Republican National Convention: "We Are Delusional and Detached from Reality. Vote for Us!"
[Yes, we are delusional and detached from reality for mocking Empty Chair and his empty promises.]
The footage of Eastwood rambling and mumbling to his "Harvey". . . .
[Mike, you hereby admit that such a thing can be done for humorous effect. You even tried it yourself in "Roger & Me."]
Most Bizarre Convention Moment Ever
[I don't know, Mike. You came up with a pretty embarrassing one back at the RNC in 2004.]
The people of the future will know nothing about Dirty Harry or Josey Wales or a Million Dollar Baby. They WILL know about the night a crazy old man hijacked a national party's most important gathering so he could tell the President to literally go do something to himself (i.e. f*** himself).
[Mike, get your facts straight. Clint didn't didn't tell the President to do that to himself. He had *Invisible Obama* telling *Romney and Eastwood* to do that to themselves. And Barry HAS been known to give his opponents the finger.]
A few years ago, at the annual National Board of Review film awards . . . I was there to hand out one of the honors. When it came time for Eastwood to accept his, he went up to the microphone and growled to me in front of the audience, "If you ever show up at my house with that camera, I'll shoot you on sight." The audience laughed, I laughed, but the person who issued the threat wasn't laughing. That creeped me out a bit. I made sure never to go stand on Clint Eastwood's lawn.
[Maybe Clint wants his lawn to get some sun.]
it showed just how out of touch Republicans are these days. It's as if they want a divorce from us, the American mainstream, so they can go live in the land of legitimate rapes and ice caps that don't melt.
[Mike wants to live in the land of legitimate crepes and ice cream that never ends.]
Most Americans don't live there on Planet Koo-koo, and I don't suspect many will be visiting there any time soon.
[No, you Democrats don't live on Planet Koo-koo. You live in the land of Sandra Fluke and the Dancing Vaginas. You live on Planet Occupy, with Ted "Help us now!" Hall and Misty "Huff and Puff" Rowan and Thistle "the Frustrated Anarchist" Pettersen. Play Misty for me, Mike, and then tell me you guys are the mainstream.]
Thanks, Clint: you made our day!
[Thanks, Mike, you told me he struck a nerve! Now let's hear from the DUmmies . . .]
No more chairs?
[Oh, how about this one, Mike talking to a chair?]
I pounded the RWer here at work about that "speech" and he was genuinely confused. He said "I thought the speech was awesome and so did everybody else." I said "are you f-ing kidding me? The Eastwood speech was regarded universally as the most pathetic display of babbling ever. Who is this everybody else you're referring to?"
[They're called "voters."]
Michael Moore needs to be viewed with just as much suspicion.
[Michael Moore needs to be viewed with the Hubble telescope.]
I loved "Gran Torino."
[Michael Moore loves "Grande Tortilla."]
"Every Which Way But Loose"
[The story of Mike's pants.]
Bridges of Madison Co.
[Mike's remake: "The Britches as Wide as a County."]
Letters from Iowa Jima
[Isn't Madison County in Iowa Jima?]
Two Mules for Sister Sara
[Mike's remake: "Two Mules al Primavera."]
Million Dollar Baby
["Million Calorie Belly."]
Clint Jumped the Shark
[And Mike ate it.]
Clint's theme of "You haven't done what you said you would do Mr. President" is one we're likely hear over and over.
[By George, I think DUmmie Billsmile gets it! A Kewpie Doll with you, sir!]