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    It’s Halftime in America and Obama’s Presidency

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     verichards8 of Houston, Texas, believes that the Clint Eastwood Super Bowl ad "It's Halftime in America" is supportive of Obama. 'Who would take out their number one starting quarterback when he is winning the game, and replace him with an untested second-string quarterback?' she asked. Richardson voted for Obama in 2008 and plans to support him again in the 2012 election.

    Commentator Ruben Navarrette also shared his opinion of the ad on CNN.com.
    - katie, CNN iReport producer

    Republican actor Clint Eastwood’s controversial 2012 Super Bowl ad titled “Halftime in America” is a great example of President Obama’s presidency and a reason to support his re-election. The ad is currently featured in a remix ad for President Obama.

    The remixed ad is so appropriate because in the past President Obama has stated that his first term in office was like the first two quarters of a football game. Who would take their first string quarterback out of a football game at halftime when they were winning the game and replace him (Obama) with second string quarterbacks (Romney or Gingrich)?

    VOTE Obama/Biden 2012 and America wins!

    Vera Richardson

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