Romney adviser opens up about Eastwoo...

Romney adviser opens up about Eastwood, the '47%'

There are 6 comments on the Click2Houston story from Dec 6, 2012, titled Romney adviser opens up about Eastwood, the '47%'. In it, Click2Houston reports that:

A top adviser for Mitt Romney's failed presidential bid weighed in on some of the campaign's low moments, pointing to Clint Eastwood's unexpected monologue, the '47%' comments and Superstorm Sandy as three challenges for Romney's team in the final months of the campaign.

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Lance Winslow

San Jose, CA

#1 Dec 6, 2012
Romney's team's greatest challenge was Romney.
Duck or Fish

Nha Trang, Vietnam

#2 Dec 6, 2012
Lance Winslow wrote:
Romney's team's greatest challenge was Romney.
Lance! U not goin to buy Romney n Annd book!! it"s good for kristmass gift!!;)
Lance Winslow

San Jose, CA

#3 Dec 6, 2012
Duck or Fish wrote:
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Lance! U not goin to buy Romney n Annd book!! it"s good for kristmass gift!!;)
Good for parts of fish U don't cook.
Makes sense

Dearborn, MI

#4 Dec 6, 2012
Most of America LOVES Clint Eastwood and LOVED his dialog with the chair.

Talk about scapegoating....


Even in this article:

In an interview with PBS' Charlie Rose, Stuart Stevens said Wednesday that Eastwood's now-famous skit at the Republican National Convention was a divergence from what the actor had originally planned to say...

"To a degree it was a distraction, it was bad."

During his RNC appearance, Eastwood spoke to an empty chair as if President Barack Obama were sitting in it. His performance was described as random and out of rhythm with the convention, though it drew laughs from the roaring audience.

"What do you want me to tell Romney?" Eastwood asked the empty chair. "I can't tell him to do that to himself."

Stevens gave a different interpretation last week when he spoke during a symposium with Obama campaign officials at Harvard University's Institute of Politics. "I don't think it was a big deal," he said.

So, Stevens, which is it a big deal or a little deal?????? Do all Mormons have Romnesia????

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#6 Dec 7, 2012
GOP racism was rejected by more people than those who embraced it. That's the bottom line. Nothing else mattered. The race card innately consumed the whole deck. GOP played race to the hilt.

GOP was so sure showing Romney's lilly white family would trump images of Barack's black family. Romney thought just the image of a black family in the white house as non maids and wait staff would be so repulsive that folks would vote against it.

Even Dubya knew that having latinos in his family and showing them helped him.

GOP still running from essence of their problem, the impossibility of trying to keep this nation white, the vamosing of pale face.
Sheik Yerbouti

New Hope, PA

#7 Dec 7, 2012
I'm surprise he didn't mention mittwit's draft dodging in the 60's!!

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