Clint Eastwood Has Been Barred From The Democratic National Convention

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Wednesday, 5 September 2012

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Clint Eastwood's favorite horse "Ann Coulter."

CARMEL, California - Reports out of the Left Coast are that Clint Eastwood had asked that he be allowed to appear at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina.

According to Mistletoe Bulova with The Political Drive Thru Window News Agency Eastwood wants to get up on stage and do a follow up to his empty chair comedy routine that he did in Tampa at the Republican National Convention.

President Obama reportedly confessed that he had a heck of a time trying to understand Eastwood's words and wondered if it was due to alcohol, medications, or his funky-as-hell hairdo.

The 82-year-old legendary icon stated that he knows that everyone loved his 13-minute act. He remarked that last Sunday as he was having some beers with his pool man and two landscapers that they suggested that he make another national appearance.

Eastwood said that his pool man, identified as Trasco Rococo, said he loved his empty chair comedy routine and stated that he hadn't laughed so hard since March of 1990, when he caught his grandfather Rumsfeld Rococo, 83, trying on his grandmother's blue gingham picnic dress and pink Walmart brand sneakers while she was at a Bingo parlor.

News From The World of Politics. GOPicky Magazine is reporting that Mitt Romney is very upset with Paul "Lyin" Ryan due to him lying about finishing a marathon race in less than 3 hours when it was actually 4 hours, 1 minute, and 25 seconds.

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