In a shocking lapse of security, a heckler was permitted to take the stage of the 2012 Republican National Convention, where he delivered a 12-minute tirade directed to a chair. Perhaps more bizarre was the audience's reaction.
After three days of the Republican National Convention, I'm ready to process all the valuable adages, smart talking points, and LGBT-positive sentiments that Mitt Romney and his coterie offered us. Spoiler: It's a pretty short process. And a sarcastic one.
If Mitt Romney wanted to connect with his audience, he mostly succeeded, at least with the audience inside the Tampa Bay Times Forum. He was measured in tone, not really bombastic and full of pronouncements of love about his family and what he hopes for America.
If Eastwood is, indeed, the "mystery man" tonight, there will be no mystery in his remarks. They will be riddled with further hypocrisy and deceit. That you can count on. "A good man," declares Dirty Harry in Magnum Force, "always knows his limitations." Apparently, his creator does not.