September 20, 2012

Clint Eastwood just Made my Day.

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asmiley Sep 19, 2012 11:56pm

Eastwood's explanation of his Libertarian political beliefs — "Socially, leave everybody alone, but you believe in fiscal responsibility and you believe in government staying out of your life" — receives wild applause from the audience. And DeGeneres points out that Eastwood has no problem with gay marriage. "With the condition of society right now, with the high unemployment rates and the tremendous debt we're increasing and the government spending, you think there'd be a lot to think about… [rather than] worrying what gay marriage is about," Eastwood says.

I thought this was the relevant and interesting part of his interview with Ellen. He is advocating for accountability of all politicians regardless of their "side".

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