Far-left filmmaker Michael Moore quickly fell in line with his fellow Hollywood liberals regarding Clint Eastwood's Republican National Convention speech.
Moore obviously hated seeing Eastwood dress down President Barack Obama, but most of Moore's like-minded pals didn't go as far as the director did in responding to the performance.
It "will live on in infamy as the moment when a crazy old man hijacked a national party’s most important gathering to tell off the president."
"Speaking to Invisible Obama last night, in a performance that seemed to have been written by Timothy Leary and performed by Cheech & Chong, Clint Eastwood was able to drive home to tens of millions of viewers the central message of this year's Republican National Convention: 'We Are Delusional and Detached from Reality. Vote for Us!' Moore wrote on his Web site.
This isn't the first time Moore treated an older person so shabbily. Moore's 2002 film "Bowling for Columbine" found him interrogating an elderly Charlton Heston and, at one point, chasing the actor down to flash a photo of a dead child in his face.