Relying on Graham/Eastwood for political direction speaks volumes about the lack of neurons in your frontal lobe. One is a preacher who lost much of his evangelical cache by abandoning his long held principles in favor of political expediency, and the other is an "image" produced by Hollywood. While I like most of Mr. Eastwood's commercial products, he hasn't distingushed himself in the political arena enought to have his opinions matter. The GOP wanted to be associated with the "image" (John Wayne wasn't available), not the man (they got the man). In retrospect, his "empty chair" speech at the RNC probably lost some votes for Mr. Romney, as Mr. Romney was unable to show his slick, 10 minute biography during prime time.