Monday, March 2, 2009

Clint Eastwood Slams Political Correctness

Is this your lucky day punk!
Clint Eastwood is amazing, both as an actor, screenplay writer and his personality.
The 'new age of Hussein Obama' doesn't extend beyond euforic moonbats, looney liberals and of course the mainstream media parrots - Intelligent people wont give a rats ass.

One Magnum 44, a box of bullets and a bunch of left liberals waving with signs written 'Celebrate the guilt', 'Peace' and 'Celebrate diversity'.

That would make my happy day! And the lunacy left liberals would ascend to their utopia making the real world a better place to be :-))

From NewsMax

Actor Clint Eastwood sees nothing funny about political correctness.

The "Dirty Harry" actor told Germany's Der Spiegel that modern society lives in a state of fear over the possibility of being labeled racist for telling jokes based on ethnicity or nationality.

"People have lost their sense of humor," he told the magazine. "In former times we constantly made jokes about different races. You can only tell them today with one hand over your mouth otherwise you will be insulted as a racist.

"I find that ridiculous. In those earlier days every friendly clique had a 'Sam the Jew' or 'Jose the Mexican' -- but we didn't think anything of it or have a racist thought. It was normal that we made jokes based on our nationality or ethnicity. That was never a problem.

"I don't want to be politically correct. We're all spending too much time and energy trying to be politically correct about everything."


And oh boy, he is right!

Consider his latest film 'Gran Torino', political incorrect and hitting the box office, this is what people they want, compared with the new age unintelligent braindead liberal drivel 'Rachel getting married' hardly selling anything, the stupidity of left liberals completely escapes the liberals themselves.

From Pajamas Media
Some film critics couldn’t wait to declare the dawn of the Age of Obama even before the new president got to know the Oval Office. Too bad audiences had something else in mind.

The new action film Taken, which seems stripped right out of the Reagan era, is the surprise smash of the new year. It’s already hauled in $95 million in four weeks, and last weekend it pushed its way back up to the number two position on the list of top 10 grossing films. Not bad for a film built around an older actor, Liam Neeson, who’s never been confused for box office catnip.

And let’s not forget Gran Torino, Clint Eastwood’s old-school drama about a Korean War veteran who sets aside his racist views to defend a group of immigrants on his block. The film showcases the kind of rugged individualism and refusal to bend to popular will that would have made President Reagan — or President George W. Bush, for that matter — proud. Gran Torino stands as the biggest box office smash of Eastwood’s illustrious career, even if some critics cringed over the movie’s politically incorrect hero.

But let’s get back to the so-called cinematic Age of Obama. That’s what Entertainment Weekly critic Owen Gleiberman declared in his loving tribute to the Oscar-nominated Rachel Getting Married. Gleiberman writes: “The fact that it’s an interracial marriage, and that no one makes even a tiny deal of it, is part of the texture: This may be the first Age of Obama movie, a spectacle of ‘difference’ melted away by the rich, teeming jumble of a family trying to make peace with itself.”

Needless to say, Rachel Getting Married’s box office bounty currently stands at $12 million.

Read the rest at Pajamas.

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