Great Video: Dirty Harry Takes Aim at Lying Barry

Clint Eastwood is back on the Republican stage. But this time there’s a script, a 30-second time limit and none of the potential tripwires of live television.

Mr. Eastwood, whose long and sometimes incoherent monologue at the Republican National Convention in August left many ardent Republicans cheering but others dumbfounded, is the star of a new commercial from the “super PAC” American Crossroads.

But if he was all jokes in Tampa, Fla., Mr. Eastwood is nothing but serious in this new advertisement, in which he indicts President Obama’s term as a failure and urges people to vote for Mitt Romney.

“Obama’s second term would be a rerun of the first, and our country just couldn’t survive that,” he says. “We need someone who could turn it around fast, and that man is Mitt Romney. There’s not much time left, and the future of our country is at stake.”


  • Haley

    What most people don’t understand is that Eastwood is not that conservative on many issues and his endorsement of Romney over Obama is an example of widespread dissatisfaction among independents and moderates. Powerful video.

    • Susitna

      Exactly! And this is why I still believe that some so called solid blue States could go to the GOP this year. Many say that it is about the economy only, but many Americans have realized that they are losing their freedom and without freedom the economy cannot prosper.

      • WASP

        Considering the manipulation of poll results, the cherry picking, the carefully selected participants, and, of course, whose paying for it, polls mean nothing, except to the guys being paid to conduct them The only poll that counts is THE POLL, and it’s held on Nov. 6th.

      • LadyforLiberty

        Socialism only prospers because people think they are getting something for nothing. No-one ever thinks of the impossibility of that premise.
        The USA was founded on individuals who yearned for liberty.
        The early Americans took the “Rights of Englishmen” as their model, and improved it, removing hereditary principle and made a Constitution which has served USA well since 1700s.
        Watch the news items carefully if you are a Democrat who voted for Obama.
        You are going to see Obama begin to place roadblocks in the way of any settlement to address the $17Million deficit.
        State spending and loose regulation of banking has caused this deficit.
        Programs to “aid” the poor are failing as they attack the very core principles of the USA.
        Hard work and belief in personal responsibility made the USA a great nation.
        Socialist Programs and Political Correctness have undermined Personal Responsibility!
        Obama is fighting hard to make his version of government the one everyone has to accept.
        So carefully watch how he will manage to prevent real solutions on the Debt Crisis unless he gets the chance to load higher taxes on everyone of us!
        Smaller government and fewer crats are the answer I would agree with, but hey, since when did mere CITIZENS actually get listened to by WH or Washington??

        • nightlight


  • Ted R. Weiland

    Barack Obama is NOT the biggest disaster this nation has faced; George Washington was! Let me explain: George Washington, as the presiding president of the Constitutional Convention and the first president of the United States of America created from the convention and the Constitution thereby composed, marked America’s formal and national rejection of Yahweh as America’s recognized sovereign.

    “How’s that?,” you say? When the framers established a government of, by, and for the people (established on the traditions of men – Matthew 15:6-9) rather than a government of, by, and for Yahweh (expressly established upon His immutable morality as codified in His perfect law and altogether righteous judgments – Psalm 19:7-11), the God of the 17th-century colonials was thrown out for a new god known as WE THE PEOPLE.

    Obama (and every president before him) who swore to uphold the Constitution as the supreme law of the land (over any and all other law, including Bible law) was the
    consequence of the framers’ and the states’ sedition against Yahweh. Consequently, the last 224 years worth of elections have produced an America that is more ungodly, less Christian, and more enslaved, regardless who’s been elected. It’s time we figure out that elections are nothing but a political shell game by which we are always provided the establishment’s choice and the voting population is further lulled to sleep, having “done their duty.”

    Many are touting this election as the most important in America’s history when, if anything, it’s just the opposite. It’s perhaps the least important election in America’s
    history because it is only going to produce more of the same, regardless who’s elected. If elected, Romney, at best, will only be a bandaide on a severed and gushing artery.

    Our vote (or refusal to) should reflect our fear of Yahweh rather than one that reflects
    fear of Obama. America cannot elect her way out of her problems; she must repent her way out, beginning with identifying and repenting of America’s national idol that has put us on the precipice upon which we teeter.

    • PoorPitifulPearl

      There is a major flaw in your thinking, Ted. This country was either founded as it is correctly, or it would be a Theocracy which could not include all people who would come here. It has all the Christian/Judeo underpinnings that are supposed to guide our law making and conduct, but God never would force us to live under a theocracy because then our right to believe as we will would have been abrogated. You cannot have true worship of God by force…it must be freely given…and under our Constitution, which I truly believe was divinely inspired, we have that opportunity. That people today are trying to change that is an indictment on them. We must hold fast to our belief in God and the Constitution or we WILL be lost. George Washington was a great president, as you will find out when you meet him, and you surely will…unless you refuse to keep company with the righteous.

      • Ted R. Weiland

        First, government based upon Yahweh’s morality as codified in His commandments, statutes, and judgments does not take away an individual’s choice to serve or not serve Him.

        Second, “there is no escaping theocracy. A government’s laws reflect its morality, and the source of that morality (or, more often than not, immorality) is its god. It is never a question of theocracy or no theocracy, but whose theocracy….

        “People recoil at the idea of a theocracy’s morality being forced upon them, but because all governments are theocracies, someone’s morality is always being enforced. This is an inevitability of government. The question is which god, theocracy, laws, and morality will we choose to live under?”

        Excerpted from Chapter 3 “The Preamble: WE THE PEOPLE vs. YAHWEH” of “Bible Law vs. the United States Constitution: The Christian Perspective” at

        Third, the true Christian founders and roots of America are traced back to 17th-century (not the late 18th-century), when the colonials (e.g., 1639 New Haven,Connecticut) established governments of, by, and for Yahweh upon His perfect law and altogether righteous judgments:

        “Their form of government was as strictly theocratical insomuch that it would be difficult to say where there was any civil authority among them distinct from ecclesiastical jurisdiction. Whenever a few of them settled a town, they immediately gathered themselves into a church; and their elders were magistrates, and their code of laws was the Pentateuch…. God was their King; and they regarded him as truly and literally so….” (William Holmes McGuffey, McGuffey’s Sixth Eclectic Reader (New York, NY: American Book Company, 1879) p. 225.)

        • Ambassador David

          I have to agree with Ted PP Pearl,,
          Who ever or what ever makes ones laws is ones god.
          Plus PP, If your Con-stitution was considered by one as Devine it would be adding and or subtracting from The Word and you know what God thinks of doing that sort of stuff.
          Common Law much like His Kingdom is always within our reach,, but few reach for it as it seperates one and their household from all the Privileges and Benefits that come along with Idolatry and related War and Strife. <<Meaning The presence and implementation of His Kingdom in no way requires all other forms of misgovernment to be illiminated but rather His Kingdom is able to exist 'In The Midst of other Crooked and Perverse nation states,,, See Philippians 2:15 and others.

      • John Englehutt

        “Our right to believe as we will…”
        I would be interested to know just where in the Bible you find such a “right”. True, the Law of God does not force people to worship Him, but it does condemn ALL IDOLATRY as a capital crime. More to the point, God DOES require that we “worship the Lord our God, and Him only shalt thou serve”. If we don’t worship, serve, and obey Him, we will answer for it.
        The Constitution and the Bible cannot both have been divinely-inspired, as they say VERY different things; the Bible ALONE is the inspired WORD OF GOD, and it is to be the rule of our faith and obedience. Their is no flaw in Ted’s thinking on this issue, PoorPitifulPearl; I humbly suggest that your own thinking is more than a little flawed here. Please consider these points very carefully.

      • David Hodges

        The false god We the People forces true worship. Its IRS agents will be glad to make you pay your “tithe.” However, if you are like the men who brought the woman caught in adultery to Jesus, you can’t force people to obey God’s laws. This is because pressing charges brings public scrutiny upon the plaintiff. God’s law requires individuals, rather than tyrannical man-made institutions, to press charges. The beauty of God’s law is that it not only protects us from the blatant thugs, but it also protects us from hypocrites. Anyone who wishes to press charges must live a life beyond reproach. God’s law makes all of us better people, with a force that cannot be matched by any false god

    • Mo86

      The Founders never intended to make this a country just for Christians. This is not heaven. That will come later.

      What they intended was a country founded upon general biblical principles. They achieved that. We must hold on to it.

      • Ted R. Weiland

        Mo86: “The Founders never intended to make this a country just for Christians.” If you’re referring to the constitutional framers (as I’m sure you probably are), you’re correct. With Article 6 and Amendment 1, they turned what had been in the 17th-century, predominately one united nation under God into a divided nation under many gods. With the ratification of Amendment 1’s freedom of religion (aka First Commandment violations), America soon became the most polytheistic nation to exist, outside possibly the Roman Empire.

        If you’re referring to America’s true Christian founders–the the 17th-Century Puritans–you couldn’t be more wrong:

        “They exercised the rights of sovereignty; they named their magistrates, concluded peace or declared war, made police regulations, and enacted laws as if their allegiance was due only to God. Nothing can be more curious and, at the same time more instructive, than the legislation of that period; it is there that the solution of the great social problem which the United States now presents to the world is to be found.

        “Amongst these documents we shall notice, as especially characteristic, the code of laws promulgated by the little State of Connecticut in 1650. The legislators of Connecticut begin with the penal laws, and … they borrow their provisions from the text of Holy Writ. “Whosoever shall worship any other God than the Lord,” says the preamble of the Code, “shall surely be put to death.” (Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America, 2 vols. (New York: NY: The Colonial Press, 1899) vol. 1, pp. 36-37.)

        Mo86: “What they intended was a country founded upon general biblical principles.” If the framers intended this, they failed. There is hardly an article or amendment that is not antithetical, if not hostile to Yahweh’s morality as found in His commandments, statutes, and judgments.

        Find out how much you really know about the Constitution as compared with Yahweh’s morality as found in His perfect law and altogether righteous judgments (Psalm 19:7-11). Take our Constitution Survey at and receive a free copy of the 85-page “Primer” of the book just mentioned.

        • Mo86

          America was not founded as a theocracy, as was ancient Israel. (Nor should it be or can it be, since God is not among us as He chose to be with ancient Israel, and how He will be at the end of time!)

          We do not live in a country where are its citizens are followers of Christ. This is self-evident.

          We need to deal with reality as it is, which means voting for the candidates whose policy views and voting records are most in line with biblical principles. We will never have a perfect candidate, but we must do the best we can with the choices we are given at the time.

          I have no idea how your comments here address this point.

          • Ted R. Weiland

            “there is no escaping theocracy. A government’s laws reflect its morality, and the source of that morality (or, more often than not, immorality) is its god. It is never a question of theocracy or no theocracy, but whose theocracy….

            “People recoil at the idea of a theocracy’s morality being forced upon them, but because all governments are theocracies, someone’s morality is always being enforced. This is an inevitability of government. The question is which god, theocracy, laws, and morality will we choose to live under?”

            Excerpted from Chapter 3 “The Preamble: WE THE PEOPLE vs. YAHWEH” of “Bible Law vs. the United States Constitution: The Christian
            Perspective” at

          • Mo86

            No clue what you’re even getting at, at this point. It’s folks like you that give the rest of us followers of Christ a bad name!

            The Bible does not command Christians to establish any sort of theocracy in America or wherever they happen to live.

          • David Hodges

            If you believe that man’s law, rather than God’s, should be the supreme law of the land, then go wallow in the cesspool of lies: “…because they received not the love of the truth…God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie.”–2 Thessalonians 2: 11, 12. I look forward to the day when Jesus will say: “But those mine enemies [constipationists, demoncraps, repugnicans, libertines], which would not that I should reign over them, bring hither, and slay them before me.”–Luke 19: 27.

          • Mo86

            It’s remarkable to me how, regardless of the topic, some of the most ugly, hateful and/or ill-informed responses come from (supposed) fellow followers of Christ.

            (No wonder we have such a poor reputation among the world! Look how I am being spoken to here, for no reason.)

          • LadyforLiberty

            Mo86: I see that. But I also see that God fearing Americans have seen how the left wing socialists have pushed abortion, same sex marriage etc and that you can tell which states agree with this approach. (EG California).

            If we allow socialism to get a firmer grip on USA, laws will emerge which will ban the right to express real feelings for fear of State disapproval.

            Remember the Christians that Great Satan USSR held in captivity, until our last Christain and family loving President, R Reagan, got the Soviets to let them go free? (No other Nation ever did that all through the Cold War)

            America has (so far) retained the Freedom of Speech that our revolutionary forefathers fought and DIED for.

            We all have opinions. We all have the RIGHT to express them. (Even if others may DISAGREE with us!)

            Now, THAT is the Freedom which the world does not understand, and it is the principle that Americans should cling to in these next four years,

            For who knows, there may well be an attacke by Washington Crats as never before, after all many have been forecasting this since 2008!

            All good Americans should be ready to fight to stop our freedoms being stolen from us by stealth or regulation!

          • Mo86

            I’m not disagreeing with anything you’ve said. I’m not sure what this comment is in response to.

          • mitch hampton

            Agian,Ted, you are not even close to the truth.

        • mitch hampton

          I think thou dost protest to much, Theo. You seem to have a fair understanding of the Constitution, but not so much of the Bible or God’s principles. Even Satan can quote Scripture, usually in a perverse manner to back up a lame point that could not be made any other way.
          Next you will be telling us that we are not a Christian nation, eluding that
          we might be a Muslim nation as our misinformed Prez has said. By the way, he can quote Bible verses,too. Not very impressively, though.

        • WASP

          You’re somewhat of a bible-thumping loon, aren’t you, Teddy?


      You sure like to waste paper and time, Ted. I just read your peice of garbage and got absolutly nothing out of it! Do you just enjoy making noise?

      • Ted R. Weiland

        Some have ears to hear, some do not.

      • David Hodges

        What do you get out of Luke 19: 27?

    • mitch hampton

      Ted, I agree with the last part of your blog, but must take issue about your account of our Founding Fathers going out of their way to exclude Yahweh. I believe that
      you need to go back to whereever you did your research and take a second look.
      You are way off base in your conclusion and I would love to debate you on this, if
      we could find a venue that is good for both of us.

      • Ted R. Weiland

        Mitch, thanks for responding. Hopefully, you’ll agree with me that there is only one standard (Yahweh’s morality as codified in His commandments, statutes, and judgments) by which everything (including the framers and the Constitution) must be ethically judged. What the framers said or did not not say has little to do with the issue at hand (see Matthew 7:21-23). Regrettably, the debate has been reduced to a war of quotations.

        If we can agree on this, I would challenge you to do as I have and actually examine the Constitution by the Standard. When I did, I found there is hardly an article or amendment that, in some fashion, is not antithetical, or even hostile, to Yahweh’s sovereignty and morality.

        Perhaps the best way to begin our discussion is for you to take our Constitution Survey at by which you will receive a free copy of the 85-page “Primer” of the 565-page “Bible Law vs. the United States Constitution: The Christian Perspective,” in which I devote a chapter to every article and amendment, examining it by the Bible. The “Primer” will give you a good idea as to whether there’s any basis to what I’m claiming. You can find the Survey at

      • David Hodges

        Alexander Hamilton told Professor Miller of Princeton that he and the other framers of the Constitution forgot God. This is from Benjamin F. Morris’ The Christian Life and Character of the Civil Institutions of the United States (Powder Springs, GA: American Vision Inc., 2009, originally published 1864) pp. 296, 297

    • LadyforLiberty

      Ted! respectfully, my God did not hold my hand as I voted.
      My party LOST although the popular vote was more or less 50/50!
      The Founding Fathers made the USA a Secular Government with the right to worship enshrined in Law, for ONE reason.
      Because of the Havoc they saw in Europe where Priests and religions brought man low, and kept them subservient.
      No citizen in the USA is subservient, even God fearing ones, as we all have the right to believe in any religion or none.
      When or if unscrupulous politicians begin to chip away at YOUR rights along with MINE, remember that the USA was always One Nation Under God.
      Meaning not Ruled by God, but ruled by men who respected those who had a religion and a god however they chose to pray.
      That has worked for some long years.
      If the drift to Socialism is not resisted, the one pushing its ungodly message will win in USA as they won in Russia in 1917!
      God Bless you. And God Bless America!

      • Ted R. Weiland

        “Ted! respectfully, my God did not hold my hand as I voted.” I know He didn’t being that constitutional elections are entirely unbiblical and because you voted for a man (yes, Romney) who (among other things) promotes the murder of infants in their mother’s womb.

    • Admiral America

      We The People want to be free of all shackles, and do not want to live under a theocracy. If God wants to rule over us then let him descend to us, and stop hiding. Realistically all forms of government, including theocratic, become tainted by the corrupt.

      • Ted R. Weiland

        “There is no escaping theocracy. A government’s laws reflect its morality, and the source of that morality (or, more often than not, immorality) is its god. It is never a question of theocracy or no theocracy, but whose theocracy. The American people, by way of their elected officials, are the source of the Constitutional Republic’s laws. Therefore, the Constitutional Republic’s god is WE THE PEOPLE.

        “People recoil at the idea of a theocracy’s morality being forced upon them, but because all governments are theocracies, someone’s morality is always being enforced. This is an inevitability of government. The question is which god, theocracy, laws, and morality will we choose to live under?”

        Excerpted from “The Preamble: WE THE PEOPLE vs. YAHWEH” at

  • b351

    Yea Clint!!

  • Silas Longshot

    Hope they’re running that one a lot on the west coast. And everywhere there’s an excess of 0’bots in the country.

  • Admiral America

    To bad Eastwood, and apparently Romney as well, know nothing about voter fraud. The election was clearly stolen. The majority of Americans do not approve of Barry’s Bull!

  • nightlight

    “..Romney is the kind of person who could turn this country around..”??
    I’m absolutely anti-Obama/pro America and the Constitution but come on, Clint; Romney??? Get real!!!

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