If Bill Mahrer had talked to an empty chair

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    it would have been hailed as a stroke of genius.

    The lib media who bashed it were just sore that Clint was quicker-to-the-draw.....................
     
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    Mahrer would have used expletives.

    Clint kept it clean.
     
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    Colbert did it, and damned well. He is, of course, a satiric genius. Usually the technique is used in print. It carries better. Colbert demonstrated the proper use of it by making people aware of both sides of the conversation.
     
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    I never watched Colbert.
     
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    Maher praised Clint dipshit.
     
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    Eastwood's faux pas will live in infamy with "I am not a crook" and "There is no Soviet dominance of Eastern Europe."


    From now and forever, if Bill Maher or anyone, does a skit that includes talking to an inanimate object it will be considered a parody-----a parody of a moment of primetime idiocy at the incredibly ineffective 2012 political convention of Romney's Republican Party.


    I wonder if Clint can see Hawaii from his house? LOL
     

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