Celebrities React to Bizarre Clint Eastwood Speech at RNC


Academy Award-winning actor Clint Eastwood took to the podium last night at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, FL to throw his support behind recently nominated candidate Mitt Romney.  

During the speech, Eastwood, who served briefly as the mayor of Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA, had an awkward "conversation" with an invisible President Barack Obama in an empty chair.

Celebrities from the world of entertainment took to Twitter to respond to the somewhat bizarre presentation. Even President Obama had something to say, tweeting: "This seat's taken," along with a photo (see above) of the back of his chair with him sitting in it. Check out more celebrity tweets below!

 "20 years ago I wanted Clint Eastwood to make my day. Now I just want him to take his pills and b grateful he doesnt need medicare." – Nancy Lee Grahn, "General Hospital" actress.

"I demand to see Invisible Obama's invisible birth certificate." – Michael Schaffer, The New Republic.

"Clint Eastwood made my day." – Charlie Daniels, country singer.

"And so on this day, August 30, 2012, (at)MittRomney became a better actor than Clint Eastwood." – Lawrence O'Donnell, host of MSNBC's "The Last Word."

"I can't believe I just watched (hash)ClintEastwood turn into somebody's DRUNK UNCLE HARRY on the stage of the (hash)GOP (hash)RNC. He humiliated himself." – Star Jones, "Today" contributor.

"I. Love. Clint Eastwood." – Blake Shelton, country singer and judge on "The Voice."

"I heard that Clint Eastwood was channeling me at the RNC. My lawyers and I are drafting our lawsuit." – comic actor Bob Newhart, referring to his signature one-way-conversation routines.

"'If Clint Eastwood ever talks to a chair on national TV, people will need a way to reassure each other' – inventor of Twitter, March 2006." – Patton Oswalt, comedian and actor on "The King of Queens."

"Clint Eastwood's RNC speech was to imaginary Obama in an empty chair. I'm drafting a DNC speech to imaginary Romney in an empty factory." – George Takei, Mr. Sulu of "Star Trek."

Source: Huffington.com