SAN ANTONIO - Famed country singer George Strait has just issued a statement regarding Clint Eastwood's Republican National Convention speech in which he talked to an empty chair.
Strait, who has had 59 number one hits, told Buck Yazoo with Yippee-Ki-Yay Magazine that he does not appreciate legendary movie icon Clint Eastwood using the idea of an empty chair to make an anti-President Obama speech.
In 1985, George Strait had a number one hit with his song "The Chair" which was written by the country music writing team of Hank "Bubba" Cochran and Dean "Bubba" Dillon.
Prescott "Bronco" Velvetweather, who is Strait's ranch foreman, suggested to the country legend that he hire either Gloria Allred or her cousin Ginger Allred and sue Clint Eastwood, the Republican National Party, Mitt Romney, and Paul "Little Bunny Foo Foo" Ryan.
Yazoo reported that Romney's campaign spokesperson Cooter Ficklefarker has issued a statement apologizing if anyone was offended by Eastwood's comedy shtick.
George Strait responded by saying that he will not accept a non-apology apology and added that he has called up Gloria Allred and she has agreed to take his case pro bono since she said she does not like the fact that "Old Mittens" Romney is still refusing to divulge his income tax returns.
[EDITOR'S NOTE: Why is Romney hell bent on not releasing his income tax returns? Could it be because he made a lot more money than what he showed? Or did he not tithe the 10 percent to the Mormon church as he is required? Or perhaps the form shows that he was not born in the United States.]