michaelangerlo replied to your photo: Forget the Obama commercial, that’s a non-issue. …
Eastwood is more libertarian than Maher, by far. Plus, Eastwood’s speech was kind of sticking it to Romney
Kind of sticking it to Romney but still endorsing him is an endorsement. Calling it otherwise is nonsensical. Romney stands for everything that the libertarian mind-set opposes. You can’t endorse him for President and still be considered a libertarian.
That’s like Paul Ryan’s “violating my own principles to save my own principles” speech. It’s trying to blur the line. It’s a bait and switch.
Like I’ve said before, nothing wrong with Clint having some libertarian values but endorsing a NeoCon for president, to each his own and he’s free to support whoever he wants but don’t claim to be a libertarian and then support a platform that ideologically opposes nearly every libertarian principle.