Actor Ben Affleck, a staunch Democratic supporter, isn't fully voicing a Barack Obama endorsement this time around.
In a new interview with the AP, Affleck examined the presidential race.
The actor and director said: "I voted for Obama last time although he got to be all things to all people then. And now he's got a record which makes it really different ... I obviously have more complicated feelings."
Affleck then gave his examination of the Romney campaign and RNC, "I think Republicans really had a chance to win. And they kind of ended up with like a sort of Mike Dukakis, Al Gore, Bob Dole type - who just couldn't get people to see him as a real person somehow. Romney just had such trouble coming off as just like the kind of person you see at the grocery store. And I truly believe that has cost him the election."
At the end of the interview, Affleck admitted that he isn't focused on the current presidential election this time around but is more worried about the next one. He said, "The world is a very tricky place in terms of foreign affairs. And really, really we're in very bad shape economically."
While Affleck looks like he's unhappy with Obama, it doesn't look he's going red any time soon.