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    Default Clint Eastwood Supporting Bloomberg?

    Is there any truth to the rumor that Clint Eastwood came out in support of Bloomberg? I'm kind of having a hard time buying it as Eastwood has always seemed like such a pro 2A guy.

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    It appears so.

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    Wow i would have never thought he would do that,
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    Appears so..,
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    A rino, senility has begun. That"s too bad as I liked his movies.
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    Perhaps an actual reading of the article which provides his reasoning might be in order before casting judgements. Eastwood, like many people, is not a single-issue voter. He essentially thinks all current "candidates" and the incumbent are pretty nuts!

    I'll be voting Trump again. But I have a feeling he may have a serious stumble between now and election day, and he will more than likely self-destruct sometime within his second term. Hubris and unfettered ego seem to historically have this effect on powerfully placed people. And the DEMOCRAT Swamp Things will be more than happy to hurry and assist or create Trump's demise.
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    He's 89 years old. If he hasn't entirely lost it, there must be something twisted, or wrong, with the story. There's something here, which either we aren't seeing,
    or we don't know. We're intentionally not being shown the missing piece of the puzzle. There is NO WAY Clint would endorse that patzer.

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    People are free to change their minds, and they do. We've all been witness to this happening. And it leaves us confounded, at times.

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    While i love Trump i certainly do not like everything he does and says. I sort of wish he would lay off twitter or at least tone it down a bit. Many of his comments are childish and that's off putting to a lot of people. His gun control/freedom stances are sort of sketchy. Certainly 100% better than any dem candidate though. I love what he has done with the economy and hands down no democrats or socialist wannabe could even come close. During the obama years our company had raise and hiring freezes for two years and most other years our raises were just in the 1-2% range. I think we got one .50 cost of living raise. Since Trump took office our raises are at around 4% plus we have been getting $1-$2 an hour cost of living raises each year. In other words i got more raises in Trumps first two yeas than i did in all of obamas 8 years. Just on the economy alone i would cast a million votes for Trump before i cast 1 for any of the free stuff.more govt, gun control candidates on the other side.
    I'm guessing someone like Clint doesn't have to worry much about the economy so maybe Trumps comments and actions affect his decisions much more.
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