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August 19th, 2012, 22:36
Not sure I can agree completely with that. Moral self-interest means you do what you can to improve yourself and your situation with a conscientious approach to not screwing others in the process. The type of greed where you will do anything to make a buck at the expense of other people does not qualify. Rand was also incredibly critical of power and those that seek it. To her it was probably was one of the most immoral things a person could do. So to be honest, there is an inherent dysfunction to discussing Ayn Rand in relationship to a politician.

As for Eastwood, you haven't liked some of his more recent movies? Gran Torino, Mystic River, Million Dollar Baby, Flags of Our Fathers, the Sands of Iwo Jima?
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