One of the recommendations in the Republican autopsy of the 2012 campaign is "Establish an RNC Celebrity Task Force of personalities in the entertainment a way to attract younger voters." Like the kids say, that's so rad, daddy-o!

Just who are these celebs going to be? And which inanimate objects will they debate?

Clint Eastwood

Has chair, will travel.

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Jon Voight

Willing to debate foreign policy with couches, love-seats and ottomans. 

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Chuck Norris

Probably won't debate inanimate objects. May shoot them. 

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Fred Thompson

The former senator is ready, willing and able to remind seniors of the dangers of Obamacare and why a reverse mortgage might be right for you.

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Ted Nugent

What, you think the guy who sang "Jailbait you look so good to me/Jailbait won't you set me free/Jailbait you look fine fine fine/I know I've got to have you in a matter of time" isn't the best political surrogate? Pshhaw.

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Ben Stein

Ready to deliver economic lectures to sofas. Or real people, whichever.

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Kevin Sorbo

Nerds! You sign on to Paul Ryan's budget or Hercules isn't signing jack for you.

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Wilford Brimley

He can explain how Obamacare causes diabeetus.

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