Former American Icon

5 Comments

  1. Kid Dynamite says:

    Washed up has been?? How are things back in the cave you’ve been in for the last 62 years. Maybe that’s why you still think your surrounded by “fascists”.

  2. mexigogue says:

    As a lifelong resident of Michigan I was astounded to see Obama state that Detroit is on the rebound. That is news to me and now this Superbowl ad is repeating this fiction. The fact is that Detroit has been losing jobs and population for as long as I can remember. And since Michigan has been hemmoraging population for the past ten years I think our biggest export is poverty. If Clint Eastwood is the pretty face they’re trying to paste onto this situation I think it’s kind of appropriate.

  3. Phelps says:

    Nah, Detroit exports a lot more violence than poverty. They keep the poverty in city limits.

  4. Cory says:

    Hey, the ad was a hell of an ad- perfect propaganda / Not once did it mention horsepower, torque or quality….. it hinged on heartstrings and nationalism.

    I pick this ad as best of the year, not because I like it- but because I admire the way they were able to use nationalism to appeal to americans regardless of party…. and basically say ‘buy this bail-out mobile.

  5. Vivian Louise says:

    This is why I hate when actors/artists go political. I prefer to never know their politics.