30 August 2012 9:57 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

The Republican National Convention's surprise speaker Thursday night was none other than Hollywood heavyweight Clint Eastwood, who had one message for the Democratic party come November, 2012: "Go ahead, make my day."

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The 82-year-old stepped on the stage at the Gop convention in Tampa, Florida prior to Mitt Romney's acceptance of his party's official nomination, and the Oscar-winner rallied for the cause with all the fire you'd expect from Dirty Harry.

Throughout his ten minutes onstage, Eastwood directed his no-nonsense attitude at President Obama, who he mock-conversed with via an empty chair.

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"I've got Mr. Obama sitting here… and … I was going to ask him a couple of questions," he began. "I remember three and a half years ago, when Mr. Obama won the election. And though I was not a big supporter, I was watching »

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