Clint Eastwood Talks About National Debt

Clint Eastwood had a lot to say about the national debt. In a new interview, he says that if they don’t give a damn about fixing it then why should we? He also said that he is an odd person so that is why his empty chair ad was so odd. Do you agree with Clint? Check out below what he has to say.

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  • Jon
    February 9, 2013

    I more than agree with Clint, yet these days we hire say… a plumber to fix a problem and often it takes two or three attempts to get a fix done. Being thorough is not common in America anymore, very sad to say it. Even our nation’s leaders ( hard to call them that ) are not used to working for a living, just show up and talk a lot and collect a paycheck. The people voted so now what, we drive him to work to make sure he shows up and then show him what to do?

    • Gail Van Ess
      February 9, 2013

      I agree. They need someone who has balls enough to kick them in to gear and move on. Enough with the Dilly dallying around grow up and stop acting like little children. Many of us need a great leader to stand for their people and not sit down and do nothing about the work that needs to be done. I haven’t seen any type of common sense being used.

  • Patsy Robbins
    February 12, 2013

    We don’t have statesmen any more in Washington. Only professional politicians who pass the pork and get all kinds of kickbacks. Their retirement plan is egregious. Then they retire to “consult” and make more money teaching others how to scam the taxpayers. These people don’t give a damn about you and me. TERM LIMITS and lets get moral, ethical people in office who truly want to serve and solve the problems of this country – fiscal first. Our debt is unsustainable.

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