Springsteen and Clooney versus Donny Osmond and Clint
Oh, Obama has kicked Romney's ass on this one!
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Clint is worth a thousand Clooneys. Romney is a nut job, but Clint can't be wrong, can he?
Though I thought Romney must be onto a winner roping in Chuck Norris - until I watched this:
Norris Chucks his cool image in one short video
Hmm. 'Dirty Harry' era Clint is a real Top Trump badass, but 'Talking to an empty chair' Clint has rather tarnished the brand.
I'd say a Bruce Springsteen edges out the Clint 2012version, whilst George Clooney smokes the big one all over Donny Bloody Osmond.
Therefore, on the key issue of celebrity endorsement, Obama hurls chunks on Romneys duvet.
Oh yes...and Romney is a nut job. Bizarre they couldn't find a better candidate.
I agree, Obama keeps better company.
... and, the Republicans seem to like nutjobs - Reagan, Bush, Bush, Romney. It's almost like they want a figurehead so they can play their political games behind the scenes and blame the dope when it goes wrong.
At least the Democrats are up front - as Clinton would tell you.
Or am I being cynical ?
I only managed 30 seconds of Mr and Mrs Norris.
BTW have you noticed that Romney's eyes are lying whenever he speaks? Very dodgy character.
Scroat - your stamina astounds me - I should have put a health warning on there that alcohol is needed first
So, voting for Obama means "a thousand years of darkness".
Hank Williams Snr must be turning in his grave
'This land is my land' indeed
So, voting for Obama means "a thousand years of darkness"
His mother was white, so I think five hundred years of twilight would be more accurate
Given that the Hispanic vote appears to be the main engine of change I am surpised we didn't see a candidate with a big, droopy, neet-o, moustache.
"Obama forms Mariachi Band with Bruce Springsteen to win votes."
Being a teen in the 80's I always thought of Regan as a "Let's bomb Russia" Loon.
A couple of years ago there was a documentary on BBC2 or 4 about him, with some pretty high level Political figures talking about him. One was saying how he started off very gung-ho and never stayed in for the whole Washington "lets practice for armageddon" drills. Eventually they got him in there and went through the senarios, and he was so truely shocked at the potential devestation and loss of life (duhh!) that it was his turning point in talking with the Russians about disarming. It seems that was his "road to Damascus" moment. It was a lucky thing with that, and with Gorby comming into power in Russia.
Mind you, quite how you become President without grasping that it's a bad idea getting into a thermonuclear war with the other super power, the one that built the biggest H bomb ever set off, is beyond me.
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