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Eastwood Chrysler Commercial needs to be replicated immediately!

The Chrysler ad last night was so moving. The Campaign or one of the super PAC's need to replicate it.


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I really hated that ad.

(no offense to you) :)

Clint once said he was a Libertarian.

I wonder though now.

That commercial raises some confusion.

It almost sounds like Clint was supporting a 2nd Obama term with this had.

"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with."
-Ron Paul

Clint sells out to highest bidder

Google July 2011 U S takes $1.3 billion loss on Chrysler exit.

Eastwood knows better. And he knows Ron Paul is what America needs.
Not more Obama propaganda.

It's time for Americans to grow the vuck up.

Myths about the previous bailout of Chrysler

Myth No. 1: Government loan guarantees prevented the Chrysler Corporation from going bankrupt.
Myth No. 2: Federal 1oan guarantees were justified because Chrysler's financial problems were brought on by the federal government.
Myth No. 3: The loan. guarantees cost nothing since Chrysler has not gone bankrupt.
Myth No. 4: Chrysler's top management has taken deep salary cuts until Chrysler's financial problems are resolved.
Myth No. 5: Chrysler's new-found profitability shows that it is on the road to financial recovery.


I liked the idea of it

but couldn't get over that it was an ad for a bailed out auto company.

I kept thinking... so we're half way there huh? does that mean Obama's first term was half 1 and now they want Obama to have a good 2nd half? Or was he suggesting that we have only given half the money needed to bail out the auto companies and their unions so get ready for a bigger ask in the near future?

Perhaps I'm too cynical?

It must have struck a nerve

with the PTB because the ad has been pulled.

"The problem is not those in power, the problem is right between your ears." ~Larken Rose