Along with the rest of the 111.3 million viewers watching the Super Bowl on Sunday, we thought Clint Eastwood's Chrysler commercial was, by far, the BEST!
We took his inspiring words as a metaphor for America working together to overcome the economic problems we're facing (or any problem for that matter), and of course, as a means to sell more cars, but others have insinuated that there was a pro-Obama political agenda behind it.
Karl Rove, a senior advisor to George W. Bush, went as far as to suggest that the White House actually PAID for the ad using our tax dollars! Ridiculous, right?
Clint wants to put the conspiracy theories to rest and spoke to Fox News to clear the air, explaining:
For the second year in a row, Clint Eastwood's Super Bowl commercial is being voted as the best — and is anyone really surprised?
Even if the commercials were incredible this year (they weren't), Clint would still outshine them all with this spot from Chrysler. The thing is epic, and it sounds like Clint Eastwood should enter the Presidential race — LOLz!
Watch this insane video (above) showing Chrysler employees drinking and smoking marijuana during their lunch breaks at a local park DAY AFTER DAY.
Several workers are shown to be drinking heavily and smoking pot as early as 11:00 AM each day. When the men were approached by a local news reporter asking, "Hey, guys I hate to be a buzzkill, but shouldn't you be building cars?" the guys are shown running to their cars and speeding off!! The scary part is that they were probably drunk and stoned off their asses while driving and then went back to work and continued to build cars!!!
When Chrysler's senior vice president Scott Garberding saw the video, he replied:
"I'm very, very disturbed about what I just saw in the video and I want to make it clear that we at Chrysler take it very seriously. For us this behavior is totally unacceptable and will be dealt with swiftly. In fact, we've already identified a few of the people involved in this incident. Each of them has been suspended indefinitely, without pay, pending further investigation. We'll continue to pursue this in fact, until we're done. "