Clint Eastwood found it necessary to disavow the idea that his Superbowl commercial appearance was meant to support President Obama, CEO of government motors, and auto bailouts. Backlash over the ad has been fierce, as many people assumed that the ad was simply a not-so-subtle Obama campaign message.
“It was meant to be a message just about job growth and the spirit of America," said Eastwood.
Government bailouts did not make this nation great. Most of us feel that bailouts, amounting to big union payoffs, are nothing of which to be proud.
Update: Rush Limbaugh's parody of the "Halftime in America" ad.