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February 12, 2012


‘Saturday Night Live’ accurately skewers Verizon 4G advertising | The Verge

This is amazing, but surprisingly, it’s only Bill Hader’s second-best performance of the night. The one that takes the cake is his parody of Clint Eastwood’s excellent “It’s Halftime In America" Super Bowl ad. Bill Hader basically was on a roll last night.

11:25 // 2 years ago
February 6, 2012
l am certainly not politically affiliated with Mr. Obama. It was meant to be a message about job growth and the spirit of America. … If Obama or any other politician wants to run with the spirit of that ad, go for it.
Clint Eastwood • Speaking to Bill O’Reilly about the "It’s Halftime in America" Super Bowl ad he did for Chrysler, which has sparked speculation as to whether he intended a specific political endorsement for the ad. He did not. It’s worth noting that, no, he did not support the auto bailouts, and he’s a lifelong Republican who has only voted for one Democrat as far as he can remember: Former California Gov. Gray Davis in 1998. The effective ad, a political fireball reminiscent of Ronald Reagan’s "It’s Morning in America Again" ad from 1984, has drawn scrutiny from some on the right — Karl Rove suggested the Obama administration was using Chrysler to make indirect political ads for them. With Eastwood’s comments, it’s clear things are more complicated than that.
20:18 // 2 years ago
February 5, 2012
21:06 // 2 years ago

Clint Eastwood (and Chrysler) wants you to know it’s halftime in America. A surprisingly evocative ad.

20:22 // 2 years ago