Clint Eastwood was thrust into the political spotlight after his speech at the Republican National Convention, where he had his now famous empty chair speech.  While appearing on Ellen, Clint addressed the criticism and also spoke out about politics and gay marriage.

Describing himself as a Libertarian, he said the government "should leave everyone alone," and that we have more important issues to address as a nation.  He also says the Republican and Democratic parties have been fighting like drunken sailors for the past few years.