Tucked amid the Stupor Bowl teevee commercials for naked chocolate candies, cheesy salt chips, war pornography, and the latest domestic water-beers was this one featuring old Clint Eastwood, the next Bat-Man, scouring stadium catacombs for the The Joker or maybe the Taco Bell. “It’s halftime in America and our second half’s about to begin,” he says, to cringes everywhere. But the ad’s main point is just “Hey let’s hope the Chrysler car company gets back on its feet.” Sure, that sounds fine! Unless you’re known anus Karl Rove, who is offended by Eastwood’s hope for the recovery of one of America’s large companies.

This is not a political ad, but the Washington Post informs your Wonkette that “it’s halftime in America and our second half’s about to begin” could “be interpreted as a reference to Obama’s second term.” Ha ha, savvy read, but no it can’t.

Karl Rove would agree, however, and had much more to say on Fox News today:

I was, frankly, offended by it.

I’m a huge fan of Clint Eastwood, I thought it was an extremely well-done ad, but it is a sign of what happens when you have Chicago-style politics, and the President of the United States and his political minions are, in essence, using our tax dollars to buy corporate advertising and the best-wishes of the management which is benefited by getting a bunch of our money that they’ll never pay back

Another conservative person is upset about this teevee ad for a car company, too:

“Agh. WTH?” tweeted conservative commentator Michelle Malkin. “Did I just see Clint Eastwood fronting an auto bailout ad???”

Yup, that’s what the ad said! Clint Eastwood just drops his pants and says BAILOUTS BAILOUTS BAILOUTS seventy times and then dies in Obama’s arms while Bo Obama licks his armpit. Classless Chicago-style trash. What ever happened to this country? Karl Rove, mostly.

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  • BklynIlluminati

    I am offended by Ham Rove's existence

    • bagofmice

      I am deeply offended by his Chicago-style dishing.

      • CapnFatback

        No self-respecting Chicagoan would get ham on their deep dish. YOU OFFEND ME, SIR! MA'AM? SQEUAK?

        • V572 & friends

          Although I am a native Chicagoan, I am offended by so-called "Chicago-style" cheese pies mislabeled as "pizzas."

    • Generation[redacted]

      Back on the ranch, Dubya pats Rove's head and says, "That'll do, pig. That'll do."

      • Not_So_Much

        Gah! Now I'm plagued by visions of KKKarl "squealing like a pig".

        • Generation[redacted]

          Shoot, you can see that every night on Faux Newz.

    • proudgrampa

      I am offended by the IDEA of his existence…

  • MissTaken

    The Turd Blossom is blossoming. And Phil said we still had 6 weeks until spring, as if!

  • emmelemm

    while Bo Obama licks his armpit

    LOL whut?

    • cobweb2

      Keep Bo out of it. He is an honorable dog and his proclivities are his business.

    • widestanceshakedown

      In Bo's defense, he had just vomited into it. Dogs is dogs, ya know?

      • emmelemm

        Have you ever seen this cartoon, I think it was drawn by Callahan:

        Panel 1: Dog barfs.
        Panel 2: Dog licks up barf.

        Caption: "Nostalgia"

        I haven't been able to find a link to it online. But yes. 1,000 times yes.

  • memzilla

    If the company that was being promoted had been Halliburton, or Exxon, or Lockheed Martin, Rover Boy would have whined that it was an Obama plot because the commercial had only run once.

    • Urban_Achiever

      Anytime anyone whines about entitlement programs, I usually list these as the top 3 recipients

  • Lucidamente1

    Karl's next project: funding Auto Workers for the Truth, with heartfelt testimony about how the Muslim Kenyan Socialist destroyed the industrial heartland.

    • PubOption

      Don't give him ideas.

    • Generation[redacted]

      American Auto Workers for Prosperity demand that Detroit be allowed to fail!

      • sewollef

        Wait a minute, the ad clearly points out that these vehicles are imported from Detroitland.

        So why oh why don't we buy domestic cars instead? What about real American workers jobs, not these Detroitish

  • sylamore1

    Do ya feel lucky, Karl? Well, do ya?

    • bumfug


      • DaRooster


  • jus_wonderin

    Clint makes my throat hurt. He could stand in for Marge Simpson.

  • I speak fluent Wingnut. Allow me to translate:

    I’m a huge fan of Clint Eastwood, I thought it was an extremely well-done ad


  • Jaded[redacted]

    This is yet another reason why Clint Eastwood > Charlton Heston.

  • ChernobylSoup

    I know what you're thinking, 'did Obama save one car company or did he save two…'

    • BerkeleyBear

      All of them, Katie.

  • CapnFatback

    Rove never forgave Eastwood for not giving him the role of "comic orangutan sidekick" in Every Which Way But Loose.

    • ProgressiveInga

      Oh, that wasn't him?

      • It was Brent Bozell, but I can understand your confusion

    • HarryButtle

      Clyde Libel!

  • Remember the guy who used our tax dollars to turn the entire Federal Government into an advertising and action campaign for the Republican party?

    And then was given a pass for it all by President of the United States and his political minions?

    Yeah, me neither.

  • Ducksworthy

    Hope that the US will recover is clearly treason. And would someone please direct me to a leftist site that is approximately as hate filled as the GOP?

    • prommie

      I have got a whole bunch of hate in me, seriously, I cannot express to you how much I hate these evil pigfuckers. But this is deserved, righteous hate, because they are evil, so I guess its not the same.

    • Crank_Tango

      I think you're already here.

  • SexySmurf

    In Rove's defense, that commercial does make me want to vote for Clint Eastwood.

    Eastwood/Clyde the Orangutan 2012!

    • jus_wonderin

      Clint is Ram tuff.

  • Don't you just love it when, once in a lifetime, a Conservative icon speaks up and shows what a bunch of backwards dumbasses the rest of them really are? You made my day, Mr. Eastwood.

  • Jaded[redacted]

    To be honest, this commercial stuck out the most to me. I may have even shed a tear or two into my locally-sourced, organic, micro-liberal beer.

  • prommie

    See, America's industrial and manufacturing capacity, thats the baby, and unions, they are the bathwater, and the republicans are determined, absolutely determined, to throw the baby out with the bathwater. The automakers, if only Obama let them go under, then the UAW would be destroyed! Yay! And if we privatize all the schools and all government functions, there go the public worker unions! Yay! They hate unions so much, they want to kill the jobs just to screw the union workers.

    • SorosBot

      That way, the now jobless workers will be willing to back to being paid by scrip that can only be used at the company store.

      • ProgressiveInga

        And have to take a piss test to qualify for the scrip.

      • bagofmice

        Ah, the way those ChiComs do it at Foxconn.

    • Biff

      See also: US Postal Service.

  • SorosBot

    Karl then went on to say that Clint is overrated anyway, and more credit should go to Lee Majors, the unknown stuntman that makes Eastwood look so fine.

    • HistoriCat

      Are you trying to get that song stuck in my head? Damn you!

      • SorosBot

        Mission accomplished!

      • BarackMyWorld

        I'm glad I'm not the only one.

        • SorosBot

          I'm just glad some people got the reference – I was afraid that show might be old and obscure enough that no one would recognize the line.

          • BarackMyWorld

            But we ARE old and obscure.

  • Thurman Munster IV

    I thought the "half time" reference meant that the USA has only another 235 years left, to which a queer threw up when he thought of Karl Rove.

    • montreal_bruin

      Ziggy ref ftw!!

  • widestanceshakedown

    It's not like Obama himself was standing on a boat with a banner reading 'HalfTime Accomplished.'

    • bagofmice

      Why am I stuck thinking about Zeno's pair o' docks?

  • Baconzgood

    Remember that part of High Plains Drifter when the man with no name pulled the dude out of the saloon with a whip, whiped him to death in the street, then threw the whip into the bar to taunt the dudes friends to come out……I'd like him to do that to Rove.

    • heathenette

      Who wouldn’t?!

  • Schmannnity

    Karl, you seem to have forgotten; criticizing the President helps the terrorists. PS, Clint is a Republican.

    • Also, it's the *old* guy that's supposed to sound like he's wearing an onion on his belt.

  • LiveToServeYa

    And this is yet another reason why Republicans should be shit out of this country so the rest of us can get along with trying to revive it from the aftershocks of poisonous greed.

    • Isyaignert

      True 'dat! It's going to take a generation to unfuk all the fukkiness they caused.

  • bumfug

    For Karl Rove and Michelle Malkin it's about to be "Mourning in America".

  • WELL played!

    *polite golf clap*


    • widestanceshakedown

      I never drink and comment, but you can be my designated drinker.

      • DaRooster


  • VinnyThePooh

    Karl Provolone still has a rash from that rich, Corinthian leather.

  • using our tax dollars to buy corporate advertising and the best-wishes of the management which is benefited by getting a bunch of our money that they’ll never pay back

    TRANSLATION: Rove says here, "Advertising is just a waste of money for people trying to sell something to a mass audience."

    • Isyaignert

      Fux News is a 24-hour advertisement for the Republicon party.

      • GOPCrusher

        That needs to go on a bumper sticker.

  • Chichikovovich

    Yes Karl et al. Now that the smoke has cleared, the auto companies appear to be doing astonishingly well (GM is making a profit, and Chrysler, well, given that virtually no commentator informed about the situation thought Chrysler had a chance of surviving three years ago, just producing cars that sell is miraculous.) If they had gone into uncontrolled bankruptcy all but Ford would be gone, taking the economy of Michigan with them.

    It's time to double down on the "bailout was a bad idea" theme. Tell Mitt to shout it louder too.

    • Negropolis

      People need to be reminded that Ford would have been gone, too, if the other two would have collapsed, because it have destroyed the supplier chain, GM being the biggest of the three, and all. If they wouldn't have been destroyed, Ford would have been reduced to making niche cars, and would have ended up a shadow of itself. It's why Ford flew to Washington to sit shoulder-to-shoulder with the other two.

      These three are so inextricably linked, that the death of two would have meant the death of all three. The death of one (only Chrysler) could have been mitigated, but GM going down would have brought down the entire house. Even Toyota North America was pulling for a bailout behind the scenes because of the supply chain.

  • Lionel[redacted]Esq

    All right everyone, just get it straight, any indication that Obama may have done anything right, no mater how obliquely the reference might be, is all a commie pinko plot to destroy this country.

    And now they have gotten to Clint Eastwood. What's next, someone quoting Reagan in defense of taxing the rich at a greater level than the poor!!!!!

  • meatlofer

    That Evil Mothrfucker Rove.Fuck him,Fuck himFuck him till the next Superbowl,and then FUCK him again!

    • heathenette

      Yeah, what meatloafer said!

  • Mostly Karl is upset that he hadn't thought of coercing oil companies into producing simpering pro-Republican pablum.

  • Lionel[redacted]Esq

    I never heard Karl Rove complain about the Budweiser add in the '04 Super Bowl "It is halftime in America, and don't you wish you could be water-boarded with a cool Bud Lite?"

    • bagofmice

      A reverse keg-stand?

  • chascates

    Karl is probably offended by this hede in today's WSJ:
    GM Aims to Reach $10 Billion Profit
    The auto maker is expected to report 2011 net income of more than $8 billion and has set its sights on a once-unthinkable goal: make more than $10 billion a year.

    Stating that 'Government Motors' is going to declare a profit is obviously taxpayer-funded journalism spun to make Obama look good.

  • SayItWithWookies

    On the other hand, Karl was thrilled with the ad featuring Iraqi president Jalal Talabani talking about how their government is stable, everyone's buying their oil, and they're in a new era of peace and prosperity.

    Oh wait — that didn't happen.

    • Generation[redacted]

      I seem to remember a commercial in the 2004 Olympics about the latest happy member of the democracy club. It wasn't until 2005 that most of America realized things had been going horribly wrong the whole time.

  • SexySmurf

    Clint Eastwood, Michelle Malkin and Karl Rove=The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

    • ProgressiveInga

      The Cool, the Skank and the Indictable.


    • cobweb2

      Karl and Michelle are both bad and ugly, but to suggest that Karl is uglier than Michelle is ludicrous. You should have stated the obvious:
      "Clint Eastwood, Karl Rove and Michelle Malkin =The Good, the Bad and the Ugly." Were you to bring K. Lopez into the equation, there might be some room for argument.

  • Fare la Volpe

    Karl was just offended that Clint didn't call his Hyundai competitors gooky chink bastards.

    • SayItWithWookies

      Don't worry, Pete Hoekstra's on the case.

      • Crank_Tango

        Miss Go-right-ree!!!

    • horsedreamer_1

      Quit being a Toad.

      (Love that movie. Which was the inspiration for the ad. Last year, Eminem, in a Chrysler, with strains of "Lose Yourself" in the background. This year, a Gran Turino homage.)

  • GOPCrusher

    Watching this commercial last night, the first thought I had was, "Which wingnut will be the first one to piss and moan about it?"
    I have my answer.

  • jodyleek

    I can never remember, does Chicago-style politics have the cheese under the sauce or the sauce under the cheese?

    • IceCreamEmpress

      Stuffed crust means more room for BRIBES!

    • fuflans

      just never add ketchup.

    • arihaya

      concrete cement under your feet, and fishes as your sleeping mates

  • Goonemeritus

    If Chrysler had the same moral compass as Carl Rove they would have produced an ad that accused General Motors of having an interracial affair with Ford and fathering mixed race Mazda.

    • ChernobylSoup


  • Shit blossom still shitty.

  • Humourless

    Someone's forgetting that Chrysler is owned by Italian dinky car maker Fiat.

    • Biff

      But also Ferrari. These are serious car people.

  • CapnFatback

    Perhaps this little piggy needs to heed the sage words of some Gorillaz: "No squealing, remember that it's all in your head".

    • sewollef

      Damon, is that you?

  • Soylent Green

    Thank you former Republican mayor and recommended G.H.W. Bush vice-president. You were great in Tarantula. Welcome to the Socialist Party.

  • bagofmice

    There's only one thing to say, Karl: Mission Accomplished.

  • SheriffRoscoe

    I won't know what to make of this until Sarah Palin weighs in.

    • widestanceshakedown

      Me, also.

  • MrFizzy

    These repubelickins sure seem shocked, offended, disgusted and dismayed a lot lately. Could it be because the other team keeps bashing the living shit out of them? BTW there's pretty much nothing better than when Colbert puts glasses on the ham Rove.

  • prommie

    He should stick to explaining exactly where those weapons of mass destruction are.

  • not that Dewey

    Karl Rove is gonna look pretty silly with that knife sticking out of his ass.

    • Beowoof

      i thought it would be Jeff Guckert

  • fartknocker

    Thank you Chrysler and Clint Eastwood for pissing off Karl Rove.

  • Like all conservative family values patriots, Rove doesn't actually want American manufacturing to recover. He just says he does. What he really wants is all manufacturing to be outsourced to sweatshop child labor so that more money can be funneled into the pockets of the very wealthy, like him. He then wants Halliburton, etc to sell this made in China crap to the US army for $40,000 per hammer or whatever, funneling even more money into his pocket.

    • HistoriCat

      Now now – that's not fair. I'm sure Rove would be happy for American manufacturing to recover, as long as we go back to sweatshop conditions and low low wages. Bring back the 80 hour work week!

    • Rotundo_

      That is the operational definition of Corporate America! in this wonderful new century. So long as this quarter looks good for the value of the stock, fuck everything and everyone else. 90 day slices of time, no further thought than that.

  • Chichikovovich

    the management which is benefited by getting a bunch of our money that they’ll never pay back

    Karl is a bit confused, and makes an understandable mistake. The money from Chrysler and GM we are getting back. It's the more than a trillion piasters we dropped in Iraq that will never be seen again.

    • Veritas78

      Got back, actually. With interest. We, the taxpayers, ended up making money on the deal. Soshulism!

  • Soylent Green

    Meanwhile, Chuck Norris practices his comeback commercial in a mirror…

    • GOPCrusher

      Isn't doing World Of Warcraft commercials already a sign that your career is on it's last legs?

      • Generation[redacted]

        Mr T pities the fool who shills for WoW.

    • Rotundo_

      Chuck has been masturbating at his own image for a long long time. Maybe he tells the wife he's practicing commercials, but sooner or later, Chuckles is mopping down the mirror.

  • SexySmurf

    Here's what some retard named Christian Schneider at The Corner had to say:

    Although Eastwood represents modern America fairly well, too, as he has fathered seven children with five different women.

    You know why? Because he's Clint Mother Fucking Eastwood! He's the fucking man! He can fuck any chick he wants. He's probably fucking Christian Schneider's sister right now just for shits and giggles.

    • Blueb4sunrise

      >Sondra Locke had a fourteen-year relationship with actor Clint Eastwood. They cohabited from 1975 to 1989.[5] During the early years of the relationship, Locke had two abortions and a tubal ligation, which she claims were at Eastwood's request.[6]

      • If only he had insisted on aborting her movie career. She's a blind man with no sense of touch's idea of what an attractive woman looks like.

  • Blueb4sunrise

    January 23, 2004 by The Nation

    CBS will air a pair of advocacy commercials prepared to advance the agenda of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy

    • SorosBot

      Weren't those the ones that claimed that smoking a joint meant you supported terrorism? And yet they didn't say anything about filling up your gas tank.

      • Blueb4sunrise

        I reckon, though I'm not gonna search for them.
        See. Progress! Now it's just against the law again.

      • Generation[redacted]

        The commercial about filling your SUV's gas tank offended Karl Rove and was pulled off the air after only a few showings.

  • thefrontpage

    Go ahead–make my Obama re-election day.

  • 1984: Morning in America
    2012: Halftime
    2040: Game over.

    • Generation[redacted]

      2041: Stay tuned for a new season of American Idol!

  • Isyaignert

    Everytime I see that smug evildoer or hear that little shit's name, I ask myself, "Shouldn't he be in jail?" Karma KKKarl Karma.

  • Soylent Green

    Staring steely-eyed until the pudgy man breaks into a sweat, he turns and spits black tobacco juice straight onto that mangy dog! Right between the eyes! Clint Fucking Eastwood!

  • orygoon

    Oh Karl–you cunt.

  • rickmaci

    Only thing missing was: "I'm Barrack Obama and I support this message."

  • mavenmaven

    Yes, they are offended, the Koch bros and the like want to see all industry in the US fail so that they can reinstate child labor, death like work conditions, and no minimum wage for profit.

  • thefrontpage

    Hey, Michelle Malkin, I've got YOUR big, generous bailout package right here!

  • Redhead

    I was highly offended by that ad too. All I wanted was to watch football and ads about dogs killing cats and musicians whose looks rival their names for ridiculousness in my half-drunken stupor. Damn real world, pissing in my (watered down American) beer.

  • Wonderthing

    Karl with a K. Karl with a K. Still a little skumbag, hey, hey, hey.

  • Mr Rove and Ms Malkin:

    “Take your message disparaging achievement, take your message of offense at economic success, take your message of belittling the entrepreneurial will and spirit of the American people somewhere else,” he continued. “You can take it to Europe, you can take it to the bottom of the sea, you can take it to the North Pole, but get the hell out of the United States of America.”

  • Rove is a liar (surprise!), we got back all of the money Obama gave Chrysler, and 70% of the money that Bush gave Chrysler.

    • widestanceshakedown

      It is official (R) policy that we never got any bailout money back. Please make a note of it while saddling grandchildren with non-existent debt.

    • Tundra Grifter

      Chet Kincaid:

      Yes – it was during the second Bush (43) Administration that TARP and the auto bailouts were initially funded.

      I haven't heard Karlrove mention that fact lately.

      Additionally, if he looked into it, he would discover that Mr. Obama's primary change to the Bush bailout wasn't more money – it was including a mechanism for the taxpayers of the good old USofA to actually be repaid.

    • Negropolis

      The silliness of Rove is further on display when his boss, Dubya, said yesterday at some fancy dealership dinner, I think, that if he had to do it again he'd have done the loans for the GM and Chrysler.

  • valgal2342

    Why hasn't Karl just gone off to fuck himself yet? We've asked him 8 billion times already.

    • Isyaignert

      I should imagine that Karl Rove finds Karl Rove disgusting.

  • Schmegeg

    It's halftime in America, Soon Madonna will fall through a trap door onto my face. In the meantime you should consider buying a really shitty car which was designed and built with tax dollars, instead of the twenty or so other cars that have already been advertised during this extremely overblown spectacle. Christ, I could shoot two movies during the pregame show alone.

    This will, for some reason, really piss off the wingnuts who must hate halftime because they couldn't play and had to join the band. I am going to make a WIngnuts movie now, which will be released next week and get thirty Oscar nominations for no reason.

    • Mondo_Cane

      Bandjock libel!

  • Rotundo_

    Oh Karl, you gave us Dubya, will you just fucking stop it already, we have had enough of your shit. Retire. Go fishing, go off with Rusty and fly down to the DR and bang some cabana boys or whatever it is that makes your little tails curl. Just fucking stop it already. Jeeeeeeezussssss!

  • OneYieldRegular

    I believe Karl Rove long ago forfeited the legitimacy of his being "offended" by anything.

    Anyway, who won the game? The Piledrivers? I was driving around the gorgeous Sierra Nevada foothills in a rented Chrysler all day yesterday, but heard there was some sort of sporting match going on.

  • SheriffRoscoe

    They should always run these things by one of Frank Luntz's focus groups.

  • Dashboard Buddha

    Karl would have liked it, and approved of it if they could get Clint to say, "Get your stinking hands off me you damn dirty liberal"

  • Hey Karl, M.I.A. was singing just 4 U.

  • DaRooster

    How dare anyone in office run an ad pointing out things they have actually helped with. Don't they realize that one should only run ads completely shredding the other person?

  • Callyson

    using our tax dollars to buy corporate advertising
    Has this moran never seen the insipid ads by Boeing, Raytheon, Lockheed Martin…?

    • SorosBot

      I certainly haven't seen any ads or gotten a ton of junk mail from the big banks since 2008.

  • Extemporanus

    Is everyone's "Gran Torino" comment in the goddamn shop or something?

    • Generation[redacted]

      Get off my lawn!

    • horsedreamer_1

      Great movie. I think Walt Kowalski was Ken Layne, with a soupçon of racism.

  • Generation[redacted]

    Needz moar Gran Torino.

  • Karl, Karl, Karl… A man's got to know his limitations.

  • Tundra Grifter

    When George Bush (43) was President, on a rare trip to California he visited the plant that manufactured Hummers.

    This was owned by the Carlyle Group – headed by his father and other former members of his administration.

    The Hummers were unarmoured – and military personnel were getting blown to bits in them.

    Yet Karlrove and his ilk were perfectly willing to use that factory as a photo op prop.

    Just where the fuck does he get off lecturing anyone to the left of Uncle Joe Stalin about anything on the face of this earth?

  • real_dc_native

    Karl Rove is such a turd. And I ask all of the turds of the world to forgive me for saying that.

  • Monsieur_Grumpe

    How much would cost to hire clint to punch Karl Rove in the nuts?

    • Generation[redacted]

      You could show that at Sundance and win the jury award.

    • real_dc_native

      I'll chip in my lunch money. Anyone else?

  • chitrade

    I like to think Clint was squinting through his reading glasses, balancing his accounts, when he saw how his Chrysler LLC bonds were doing…

    "For the love of…Sergio, get the damn cameras. We're going to make a damn Crysler commercial.




  • Tundra Grifter

    Not willing to take the outside chance there was an adult in the Western Hemisphere who hadn't yet seen this commercial, Karlrover goes out of his way to call attention to it the next day.

    A fuckin' genius.

  • owhatever

    The second half? Clint knows when the America is going to end? According to my home school math teacher, if the first half lasted from 1776 to 2012, then that's 146 years, so in another 146 years (that would be 2193), the USA is history. Clint will still be making movies, and Chevy will still be making Fords in China.

    • real_dc_native

      I hate to be the math nerd here but your teacher needs to check the figures. I remember the bicentennial you see. Oh, home-school? Never mind.

    • Negropolis

      "Clint will still be making movies"

      Yes, in Bollywood.

  • BarackMyWorld

    Hmmm….who will win this feud between Rove and Clint Eastwood? Hmmm….let me think….

  • Steverino247

    What Republicans used to do in this country was acquire capital and use it to build things. They were like kids with train sets, wanting bigger train sets. Republicans used to measure their worth in how much they (and their companies) produced, by the size of the company, which meant the number of employees. You didn't have to like them necessarily, but you knew they provided a steady paycheck and job opportunities that went on from generation to generation. Then the corporate raider Republicans came along and stripped those old guys for everything they built and sold it off. Manufacturing got moved overseas in order to maximize profits for the investors until it got to the point where nobody builds a damned thing that does't involve cheese or bacon. If those old Republicans (like Mr. Eastwood apparently is) returned and took their party back, we'd all be better off for it.

    • real_dc_native

      Making "things" instead of money and employing people is so 20th century.

      • Biff

        Early 20th century, at that.

  • fuflans

    karl, if that ad were paid for by chicago style politics, the shadow in the tunnel would have turned around, pulled out a tommy gun and blasted ole clint back to the first first half.

  • fuflans

    why so serious??

  • "What ever happened to this country? Karl Rove, mostly."

    You gotta give it to Gross Karl, not just anyone can sleaze up an entire nation.

  • crybabyboehner

    Dirty Harry vs. Turdblossom … hmm that's a tough call …

    • GeorgiaBurning

      c'mon turd, make my day…

  • GeorgiaBurning

    You have some tax dollars backing (1) a loan that is being paid back to a company that (2) manufactures something tangible and useful and (3) employs a lot of Americans at (4) good wages to do it. I can see why Republicans are offended, that's four things they've been working hard to eliminate from any of their corporate giveaways.

  • SolitaireRose

    So, in other words Rove thought "Gran Torino" was a documentary and is shocked that Eastwood isn't really that character?

  • kateinmt

    That is just fucking it! I've been offended by Karl "Canned Ham" Rove and his ilk for YEARS now, and you don't see me whining all over like some little kid who had his dick slapped out of his hands. Jesus Christ on a pogo stick – isn't there ANYONE in the Republican party who has a functioning pair of brain cells? As odious as they all are, there should be a shitty yellow cloud surrounding them wherever they go. Just FUCK THE HELL OFF, you nasty, deformed pieces of faulty DNA.

    Thank you. I feel somewhat better now. Not a lot, but a little.

  • BZ1

    "Chicago-style politics" behind a Detroit success story, another geography major, obviously…

  • Negropolis

    Clint was almost playing a caricature of himself by the end of the ad.

    I love that they've become so twisted out of shape that they are now forced into the position of rooting against America. lol Reap what you sow, mutherfuckers; reap what you sow and like it.

  • joobajooba

    Now, get off my lawn, Karl Rove.

  • ttommyunger

    Karl knows, even in his sweaty fantasies, that Clint wouldn't give him a reach-around. That's why he's offended.

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