Clint Eastwood Says Romney’s People Were “Dumb” To Let Him Speak

Clint Eastwood was supposed to be the golden ticket of the Republic National Convention. He was the one celebrity legend that everyone would get behind to support Mitt Romney for president. But now, after weeks of backing his wonderful invisible Obama speech, even Eastwood is admitting that Romney's people were "dumb" to ask him to speak.

Clint Eastwood was supposed to be the golden ticket of the Republic National Convention.  He was the one celebrity legend that everyone would get behind to support Mitt Romney for president.  But now, after weeks of backing his wonderful “invisible Obama” speech that became an epic backfire, even Eastwood is admitting that Romney’s people were “dumb” to ask him to speak.

In a recent interview with Extra‘s Jerry Penacoli, the 82-year-old legend finally gave his real thoughts on his speech, saying that if someone wants him to speak, they’re going to have to deal with what they get:

“If somebody’s dumb enough to ask me to go to a political convention and say something, they’re gonna have to take what they get.”

The statement is not exactly a rousing endorsement for the Romney campaign, but Eastwood says he still has no regrets.

When asked if he’d do it all over again, the director simply replied, “I never look backward. It’s done and it’s done. I probably would. I wouldn’t be afraid of it.”
Something tells me the Republican Party would disagree with that statement just a bit…

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