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Clint Eastwood Vs Betty White: Exactly Who Is The Good The Bad Or The Ugly American?

picture and story:   here

Must we compare Hollywood seniors?  Apparently so.

Clint Eastwood, 82, is still working making movies, in excellent physical shape and by all account, in complete charge of his mental capacities – and gave an resounding endorsement of the next President, Mitt Romney.  The Democrats and even some ‘can’t we all get along’ Republicans were quick to rush to a microphone and denounce the star for all sorts of reason.  But mainly because he had not given a big buttock kiss to Obama, as so much of Hollywood is expected to do.

On the other side, we have Betty White, 90, who is still working, in good physical shape and by most accounts, in complete charge of her mental capacities — and who has given an endorsement of our current failed President.  Democrats were quick to rush to a microphone and give a big ‘love hug’ to Betty White.  Mainly because she has given a big buttock kiss to Obama, as so much of Hollywood is expected to do.


Clint Eastwood was maligned, called a senile, ‘has- been’ ‘old man’ and a lot worse (we are talking about Liberals after all).

The same Liberals who are swooning over Betty White and hoping beyond Obama hope, that she’ll endorse Obama in Charlotte this week (no doubt with her usual play on curse words) are eagerly waiting to  giggle, ogle and fawn.

Hypocrisy?  Nah, just typical Democrat behavior.  The hypocrisy is just in your racist mind!

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2 comments on “Clint Eastwood Vs Betty White: Exactly Who Is The Good The Bad Or The Ugly American?

  1. John
    September 7, 2012

    Hypocrisy is a Democrat’s middle name.

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