Gerald Molen, the Oscar award-winning producer of "2016: Obama's America" sang actor/director Clint Eastwood's praises for his Thursday speech at the Republican National Convention.
"God bless Clint Eastwood for coming and supporting Romney. It shows that he is interested in the outcome of America,” Molen told FOX 411's Pop Tarts column. He continued, “There are those of us who are trying to educate our Democratic friends in Hollywood as fast as we can."
Eastwood, a self-professed Libertarian, roused Republicans with praises for GOP Presidential contend Mitt Romney. He encourage people of all parties and political ideologies to support Romney and VP pick Paul Ryan and regain ownership of America.
"We own this country; politicians are employees of ours," he told the crowd.
The "Make my day" actor also ignited controversy when he joked about President Barak Obama and Vice President Joe Biden.
Standing next to an empty chair, Eastwood mocked an imaginary Obama, telling him, "What do you want me to tell Romney? I can't tell him to do that. He can't do that to himself. You're getting as bad as Biden!"
The Obama-Biden Campaign shot back on Twitter with a picture of Obama in a chair labeled "The President" and the words "This chair is taken."