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Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood saddled up for Mitt Romney last onight.
Clint spoke at the Republican National Convention, telling America, people aren't all "left of Lenin" in Hollywood. "There are a lot of moderate people, conservative people, in Hollywood who play it a little closer to the vest, they don't go around hot-dogging it."
He called 23 million unemployed in the country a "national disgrace" that the Obama administration hasn't addressed.
Clint said: "It's time for someone else to solve the problem".
He spoke to an empty chair set up next to the podium as "President Obama"—and played off comments from him, tellling the "president" that no, he wouldn't "shut up."
Clint told the chair: "I never thought it was a good idea for attorneys to be president.... Maybe it's time for a businessman. How about that? A stellar businessman. I think it's that time."
Eastwood told Americans, we "own this country. Politicians are employees of ours. You're the best in the world," regardless of political affiliation, and "we should never forget that. And when someone doesn't do the job, we gotta let 'em go."
He concluded his speech with, go ahead, and the crowd roared in response: "make my day."