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Now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine grapevine yes it is back.
The reviews are in and mixed for Clint eastwood's Republican Convention speech last night.
When he addressed an empty chair meant to represent President Obama the Associated Press called it bizarre rambling and the odd.
Film critic Roger Ebert tweet did in part quote Clint my hero is coming across as sad and pathetic.
Country singer Charlie Daniels -- Claes would made my day.
And Romney called it unique.
President Obama tweeted this picture with the caption this seeds taken.
The -- can't defend -- would tell and the Daily Beast Howard Kurtz quote we know it played well in the hall I think it played well in the living room.
We're not really concerned about how it played in the green room.
The speech also prompted people to upload photos of mostly empty chairs with the hash tag -- -- New York State Democrats are dealing with the scandal involving sexual harassment and hush money.
A confidential settlement that included more than 100000 dollars of taxpayer money.
Went to women accusing a New York assemblyman of sexual harassment.
The assembly speaker negotiated that deal.
The lawyer for the women along with a good government advocate and democratic state senator have called for a special investigator in the case.
News compilation -- -- -- joked quote war on women rhetoric fall silent as feminist.
New York Democrats give a resounding no comment and hey look at the time.
To secret hush money payments to sexually harassed female Democrat assembly staffers.
Finally the State Department wants employees to watch what they say because it says.
Common phrases could easily be interpreted as derogatory.
Chief diversity officer John Robinson writes in the department magazine about the historical context of some every day phrases he warns.
Hold down the fort is a potentially insulting reference to American Indian stereotypes.
Go in Dutch could make Dutch people feel cheap.
Rule of some could be offensive to women and advocates for the disabled could have a problem with the term handicap.
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