Michelle Malkin is so used to being part of a right wing noise machine that regularly succeeds in creating its own reality that she can't quite believe the machine is malfunctioning -- and, really, how could the propaganda machine function properly if it has to spin Clint Eastwood's Republican convention speech?
Here's Malkin's attempt to put lipstick on the stinking pig carcass that was Eastwood's speech:
What better way to commemorate the Labor Day holiday than to send a message to the AWOL campaign-in-chief -- and support Clint Eastwood, to boot!Um, isn't the right's other anti-Obama propaganda always telling us that his administration is a relentless, 24/7/365 juggernaut of America-destroying initiatives? So, what -- in less than four years he's destroyed what it took Real Americans 200+ years to build up -- even though he's really lazy?
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Besides, don't the wingers want government to do as little as possible? Don't they love Ronnie Reagan for his midday naps?
And, oh, look -- here are the Breitbartniks yelling, "Clap louder!"
After the speech, Michael Moore wrote that, in the future, people won't remember Eastwood's accomplishments as an actor and director as much as they'll remember this crazy speech. I don't really believe that -- but I'm starting to wonder whether that will be the case on the right. Right-wingers consider their own dreadful liberal-bashing humor to be not only hilarious, but timeless -- is it surprising that Mark Leibovich of The New York Times found a delegate wearing a "Ted Kennedy for Lifeguard" button at this year's Republican convention? I could imagine these people placing empty chairs on Eastwood's grave decades after he's shuffled off this mortail coil -- still angry at Obama long after the end of his presidency, and still believing that what Eastwood did back in '12 was really freaking hilarious.