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Monday, 14 January 2013

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A boot Eastwood wore on the first episode of Rawhide, which he had bronzed and keeps in his home in Carmel, California.

HOLLYWOOD - In a surprise move that even surprised his own wife, noted Tinsel Town tough guy, Clint Eastwood has agreed to star in a commercial for gun control.

Eastwood was approached by a national group who asked him if he would agree to make the commercial to show the American public that not all members of the Republican party are against gun control.

The Hollywood star who has appeared in countless westerns and detective motion pictures was only to willing to comply.

He told Vodka Vermicelli with iRumors that after being embarrassed all to hell at the GOP convention in Tampa, Florida, by talking to a friggin empty chair, that he is more than ready to do something that will help the people of the United States forget all about that silly skit.

Ms. Vermicelli told the 82-year-old actor that his gun control commercial will most probably upset some of his fellow GOPers such as Rush Limbaugh, Newt Gingrich, Chelsea Handler, and John Boehner.

Eastwood grinned as he took a straight shot of Jose Cuervo Tequila and said, "Hey, I worked on the TV western Rawhide and I put up with the stinking smell of cowshit for seven years, so those four folks ain't gonna bother me one damn bit."

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