Eastwood Makes McCain's Day
By Robert Barnes
Legendary tough guys John McCain and Clint Eastwood got together Wednesday night when they discovered they were staying in the same hotel in Birmingham, Mich., a suburb of Detroit.
Eastwood was in town filming a movie; McCain was in town trying to convince Michigan voters to change their Democratic ways.
"A great hero of mine,'' McCain described Eastwood to four women he met with Thursday morning at a West Bloomfield diner to discuss what the campaign called "everyday economic struggles.''
McCain's wife Cindy agreed with the hero tag. She was still wearing a sling after her run-in with an "enthusiastic'' supporter who shook her hand too hard and left her with a sprain. She said she was fine but still sore.
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