Who was more appalling—Clint Eastwood or Marco Rubio?
Maybe it's a good thing that I don't review movies for the Georgia Straight.
I was mildly amused by Clint Eastwood's speech last night at the Republican National Convention. But judging from what was going on Twitter, the public clearly hated it. And so did Michael Moore.
I thought the Eastwood routine was far more enjoyable than listening to Republican senator Marco Rubio's repeated references to God and his unabashed embrace of U.S. exceptionalism.
I'm stunned that Washington Post writer Chris Cillizza could describe Rubio as "a MAJOR political star" and that his speech "was, without question, the best of the convention".
Does Cillizza want to live in a theocracy?
You can judge for yourself who offered a better performance by watching the videos below.
Clint Eastwood tries a different approach.
Marco Rubio offers God and U.S. exceptionalism to Republican delegates.
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