Just minutes ago, The Political Dish asked for some humor at the Republican National Convention. Looks like someone was listening, as Clint Eastwood just took the stage as the convention’s guest speaker. Now don’t get me wrong, Clint Eastwood is an amazing filmmaker. But we’re a little confused by his speech-making skills. He’s currently talking to an empty chair that’s supposed to be President Obama, and I think the teleprompter is malfunctioning.
If you don’t have a TV (who are you?) tune in online, via the Huffington Post live stream. Trust me, you don’t want to miss this…it’s the best only part of the Republican National Convention guaranteed to make you laugh.
It’s night three of the Republican National Convention in Tampa and you would think we’d have some witty RNC food parody to kick off the blog. But the RNC has been so dry (wasn’t there supposed to be a hurricane, or something?), that we’re scratching our heads over here at The Political Dish.
How does one make the Republican National Convention FUNNY?
Condoleezza Rice and Senator McCain brushed over the past eight years of U.S. foreign policy as though Iraq and Afghanistan never happened, Paul Ryan revved up sexually frustrated single women and small business-owning moms (that was redundant, wasn’t it?), and everyone is glued to the edge of their seat awaiting what will surely be a thriller from Governor Romney himself.
We need someone to add a little humor to the Republican National Convention. Cue Newt Gingrich, who will address the convention shortly (see his prepared RNC remarks here).
This election just hasn’t been as fun since he dropped out of the race back in April. Let’s take a trip down memory lane to visit my favorite Newt quote:
“There’s a large part of me that’s four years old…I wake up in the morning and I know that somewhere there’s a cookie. … Read More »