Clint Eastwood (actor/director of such films as Gran Torino, Million Dollar Baby, Unforgiven, and his lesser known directorial debut of his own birth tape) gave a speech at the RNC which can only be described as "awkward," "schlocky," "peneral," "telharsic," and "awkward."
Eastwood's speech focused on a man who we all are familiar with, Invisible President Obama. Before Eastwood begun his "interview" with Invisible Obama, he assured the audience that there were significant portions of Republicans in the film industry including John Voight (who later told The Leaky Wiki that he resented being mentioned in that "horrible disgrace").
TLW met with Invisible Obama at a Denny's at 3 A.M. after the convention was over to discuss his point of view of Eastwood's speech.
The Leaky Wiki: What are your overall thoughts and feelings towards Mr. Eastwood's speech?
Invisible Obama: I'm sitting in this chair, over here.
TLW: Oh. I apologize.
IO: That's alright. It happens all the time. Anyway, I can't say, at this point, that I have nothing but respect for Mr. Eastwood.
TLW: Why not?
IO: Well, because I don't... The first question he asked me was sort of a curveball.
TLW: How so?
IO: Well, I could have been able to answer him if he wasn't having a stroke at the time.
TLW: A stroke?!
IO: Yes. Not a lot of people noticed it, but afterwards, he said he was sorry that he wasn't able to form coherent sentences. I mean, before the speech I assumed that he was going to be alright since his directing policy is usually to use only one perfect take."
TLW: I see. And what about your first response: 'Shut up'?
IO: I didn't say that at all. Another thing that not a lot of people know is that I was tied to the chair and gagged. So, I was left sitting there, having everyone laugh at me, and I didn't even say anything. I couldn't! Mr. Eastwood completely misrepresented and humiliated me! But, after a couple of minutes of that insufferable and illogical berating, I calmed down. I began to realize that Clint was humiliating himself more than he was me. Once I realized that, I made peace with the situation."
TLW: "Even after you made peace with the situation, you still say that you don't forgive him. Why?"
IO: "Aside from the fact that he left the stage without untying me, I don't forgive him because he treated me like a friend, then proceeded to mislead, temporarily incapacitate, and publicly humiliate me. That, in my invisible book, is unforgivable."
This reporter thanked him, then went on his way having learned that our invisible president is not as transparent as we thought.