Clint Eastwood Makes Mitt Romney’s Day … Oscar-winning director & Movie Icon Endorses Romney

 

Clint Eastwood looks to make a ‘Sudden Impact’ as he makes Mitt Romney’s day with a political endorsement for the 2012 Presidential election. Romney looks to improve the Obama economy by providing Americans with job growth and ‘A Fist Full of Dollars’.  Eastwood was among those attending a Romney fundraiser Friday night in Sun Valley, ID looking to get Romney ‘A Few Dollars More’.

The Oscar-winning director and longtime movie star says he’s endorsing the Republican presidential candidate.

Eastwood tells The Associated Press that he’s backing Romney because, in Eastwood’s words, “I think the country needs a boost.”



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    One Response to “Clint Eastwood Makes Mitt Romney’s Day … Oscar-winning director & Movie Icon Endorses Romney”

    1. NGBoston on August 5th, 2012 8:25 am

      The Good, the Bad and the Romney?

      You know what- when I read about this endorsement yesterday, that completely made my DAY.

      I’ve always liked Eastwood, just for having the stones to come out in Uber Liberal Hollywood and say what he feels, do his own thing, and go against the establishment in general. He’s also a great Director and Jazz Enthusiast.

      =)

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