Apparently some people think so, so I'm embedding it for educational purposes only without any implicit endorsement of the Chrysler Corporation.
What have we come to if some Republicans assume that a commercial narrated by arch-"fascist" and professed libertarian Clint Eastwood is some sort of subliminal endorsement of Barack Obama? The issue seems to be the implication of "halftime." The ad appeared during the halftime of the Super Bowl, and the metaphor of "halftime in America" would be just as relevant in any year. But because this is a presidential election year, some people apparently read "halftime" so that it can only mean the campaign between a first and second Obama term. Would people react the same way if Eastwood had appeared in a boxing ring and told us that it was Round Ten in America? Or have some people's consciousnesses become so completely politicized that they see propaganda everywhere? If so, think of this ad as a rohrschach blot. If it looks political to you, you may be paying a little too much attention to the news, or to the wrong kind of news.