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Clint Eastwood: halftime in America vs. the empty chair

When iconic American actor, director, and sometime badass Clint Eastwood appeared in this memorable Super Bowl spot for Chrystler... ...right-wing pundits and conspiracy theorists cried "foul," Karl Rove was "offended," some accused Clint of being "in the tank for Obama," and one even called the spot "the most expensive political commercial in history."… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the
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