Skip to comments.Clint Eastwood Says Super Bowl Chrysler Ad Not Linked to Obama
Posted on 02/07/2012 10:15:14 AM PST by ConservativeStatement
Clint Eastwood says his recent Super Bowl commercial wasnt about politics. Chrysler Group LLC aired a two-minute television commercial called Its Halftime in America during Super Bowl XLVI that featured the veteran actor and director. Some pundits have argued that the tone seemed to favor the re-election of President Obama.
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Ya know, maybe I’m alone in the world but I just don’t see what others see. I thought it was just a Chrysler Ad.
Well Clint...you’re wrong. And if you really believe that you got played big time!
Who are we gonna believe, Clinty.....YOU or our lyin eyes and ears?? PLEASE......you are an IDIOT for making this ad.
I know you are kind of new here, but you need to sharpen up if you REALLY thought that was just a Chrysler ad.
Dr. Lightman says you’re not being entirely truthful, Clint. Even through the plastic surgery, he can tell.
Really. With no Chrysler logo? No mention of Chrysler, or Dodge or Jeep? Give me a break. It was propoganda for obama, pure and simple.
But, at the same time, when Newt Gingrich mentions Saul Alinsky's name, he's doing so in order to fan the flames of antisemitism. I know that's true too, because a prominent Democrat psychologist said it was.
I always believe everything Democrats and psychologists say. They're just as trustworthy as Hollywood moguls. When you think about it.
Absolutely was a political ad, probably written by the Obama people.
He made a whore of himself.
Makes me wonder: Now that wealth has been vilified, only whores have wealth!
It was Obama people:
"Still, the advertising agency that created the commercial Wieden + Kennedy has members who have designed Obama campaign items or who have worked on behalf of Democratic causes.
The creative minds behind the ad are in the agencys Portland, Ore., branch. Aaron Allen designed a poster for the 2008 Obama campaign and Jimm Lasser designed a basketball sneaker called the Obama Force One, with an image of the president on the soles and the message A Black Man Runs and a Nation Is Behind Him. Lasser displayed the shoe in a 2008 gallery exhibition with the tagline The Dunk on McCain.
Elsewhere at Wieden + Kennedy, which has Kraft and Coca-Cola on its client list, global public relations director Joani Wardwell worked in the press office of the Clinton White House. She started as a grassroots organizer for Democratic causes in the early 1990s and continues to do political consulting."
Clint’s probably embarassed now that he realizes he got scammed by obama’s organization, but at the time he was just thinking about the money. Money provided by the taxpayers.
I thought so too, until he started talking about "a second chance in the second half", or somesuch.
I see everything through political glasses, so I though that it was an Obama endorsement.
Mr Eastwood says otherwise. However, he might have gotten played.
Rush just played a brilliant satire of the ad, in which Eastwood urges voters to “kick Obama’s skinny ass back to Chicago.”
Same here. The ultra right hating American Automaker types here will twist anything into a liberal "plot" of some sort.
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