Created 08/31/2012 - 8 months ago
I have trouble buying his line about wanting the President to succeed, but there was one genuinely magnanimous moment which Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney offered in an acceptance speech last night heavy on rhetorical symbolism but virtually free of any substance. I …
Our blog on the invisibility of @BarackObama, made literal last night by Clint Eastwood at the #RNC2012: http://t.co/6L76mVJj #nerdland
"@MHPshow #RNC2012: http://t.co/YaSBqUoY #nerdland" odd, I found it quite clever, and I'm an #Obama supporter
RT @JamilSmith: Anyone else wonder what Ralph Ellison would have been thinking watching Clint Eastwood address an invisible president? h ...
The President rendered invisible in a chair http://t.co/PwsCSotO via @mhpshow No one in Rom Camp ? why Mr. Eastwood needed a chair it seems.
RT @Chernynkaya: The invisible Obama as the invisible black man: A greater insult than the N-word. http://t.co/L7P2Wmog
The President, rendered invisible in a chair & Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man #eastwooding #GOP2012 http://t.co/Jx0kOkVt
RT @bananasuit: On Ralph Ellison's "Invisible Man," @InvisbleObama, and black invisibility: http://t.co/BkK3Jyje
RT @adamgolub: MT @Geniusbastard thinking about the connection between Ralph Ellison's "Invisible Man" & last night's #Clintastrophe ...
Seeing the Clint Eastwood speech through the lens of Ralph Ellison's "Invisible Man," on our blog: http://t.co/6L76mVJj #nerdland
Is race an underlying issue behind this symbolic act→→→The President, rendered invisible in a chair http://t.co/FSyfJ9hW
RT @MHPshow: Now in #nerdland: @MHarrisPerry on the #Eastwood speech at #RNC2012, and the "invisible President." More on our blog: http: ...
Even James Lipton, the Actor's Studio guy, smacks down Eastwood/Romney http://t.co/cdIDOJlW #eastwoody