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Followup: Chrysler, Clint Eastwood respond to criticism that Super Bowl ad was political

Chrysler has found itself in a bit of tangle with the company's Super Bowl ad featuring Clint Eastwood. In it, Eastwood speaks to viewers about "Halftime in America," specifically referring to Chrysler's recovery while drawing parallels with Detroit's own resurrection. If Chrysler were hoping to put its weight behind a second term for President Obama, it chose an odd spokesperson in Eastwood.
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