Sylvester Stallone has apparently testosterone in age management medicine. Senator John McCain is well-known for his anti-steroid in Congress. Nonetheless, Senator McCain’s positive to the endorsement was priceless as seen on Fox & Friends stating “I’m going to Philadelphia and running up the steps.”anti-steroid crusader John McCain for President. Sylvester Stallone has been using his promotional tour to growth hormone and
It is unlikely that Sylvester Stallone is endorsing John McCain based on his record as an anti-steroid crusader. Sly is apparently not a single issue voter. There has been some seriousin the blogosphere about Stallone’s endorsement of McCain and his political leanings based on his Rambo franchise.
believes the is the most “unabashedly right wing in its world view” than any blockbuster action series.
Cowritten and directed by Stallone, the fourth Rambo movie is a bracingly political picture — as much an argument in movie form as No End In Sight; a pro-interventionist rebuttal to all the 2007 documentaries and dramas about America losing bits of its soul in Iraq. The I-word is never spoken in Rambo, yet in its coded way, the film makes a case for why we are in Iraq and should stay there until the job is done, whenever that may be.
Seitz offers an insightfulof Rambo and the Rambo franchise:
[Rambo has] a sharp pro-interventionist flavor. Arriving five years into America’s occupation of Iraq, on the cusp of a presidential election that could determine whether the U.S. stays indefinitely or leaves as soon as possible, its timing is impeccable. It’s a Stay the Course movie, an inspirational blood-and-guts action flick whose message seems aimed equally at the portion of the American left that wants to see democracy spread, but not in this way, and that supposedly has no stomach for war; and that growing sector of the American right that views Iraq as noble crusade led by incompetents.