‘I don’t give a f**k about who wants to get married to anybody else… Just give everybody the chance to have the life they want.’
by Lorraine Devon Wilke •
Law enforcement rushed to Eastwood’s home after a 911 call reported multiple males armed with assault weapons inside the actor’s house and people shot.
Once upon a time, before the NRA went completely insane, they actually supported universal background checks. Seriously! They really did!
by Elisabeth Parker •
‘Crazy Eyes’ biting off more than she can chew, an electoral map covered in ‘Santorum,’ Mittens packing fudge, Trump’s hell toupee, and other unforgettable images from Election 2012.
by T. Steelman •
Whether spoken by a high-profile politician, or one of their high-profile supporters, these one-line (or two-line) zingers have helped frame 2012′s most important political debates.
by Cicero •
If you can think of things that worked better than Congress in 2012, join the fun and share your thoughts on Twitter with the hashtag #ThingsThatWorkBetterThanCongress.
by Nathaniel Downes •
In a pro-Romney advertisement, Clint Eastwood accidentally agrees that Romney would lead us back to economic ruin.
Because nothing says ‘patriotism’ to a redneck conservative than a naked display of racism and violence.
by Teeluck Sooknarine •
Clint Eastwood says the GOP shouldn’t have expected more.
by Wendy Gittleson •
It wasn’t an accident that Eastwood was yelling at a chair. He’s a movie director. He knows how to use fiction to make a point. He knows that in 2012, Republicans are running both to, and away from, an empty chair.
by David E. Phillips •
Tonight’s inspirational Super Bowl ad featuring Clint Eastwood on behalf of Chrysler is another in a long line of befuddling artistic and socially conscious choices by the famed filmmaker. You see, Eastwood didn’t vote for the man who saved Detroit, he went with the other guy.
by Wendy Gittleson •
Republican politician and Hollywood macho man, Clint Eastwood has bigger things to worry about than whether gay people get married. In an interview with GQ Magazine, he went against his own party and said that Republicans were making a big mistake by fighting against gay marriage.