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Tom Thompson

How about Clint...God bless him.. He sure took His shots at Hollywood & Obama. I wish he actually had a Dummy sitting in that chair!! The only thing better that he could have said besides "Make My day" would have been "Whats in Your wallet?". LOL
Sure He is showing his age but I think he has the right frame of mind fully accomplished what he intended to do. I heard some commentator criticize his composure or what ever you want to call it and was appalled that this guy had the nerve to say that about a Senior Citizen on National TV. After all the man is 82.
Say what you want but his message was loud and clear to any active Gray Matter. Wake up America, It's time for people to get real and that is what he did last night.

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