Skip to comments.Lindsay Lohan endorses Mitt Romney
Posted on 10/12/2012 7:23:08 AM PDT by Perdogg
LOS ANGELES Four years ago, Lindsay Lohan referred to Obama's Presidential victory as "amazing," but cut to 2012, and it seems the "Mean Girls" star has had a serious change of heart.
"I think unemployment is very important for now, so as of now I think (my vote) is Mitt Romney," Lohan told reporters, including FOX411's Pop Tarts, at the Mr. Pink Ginseng Drink Launch Party Los Angeles on Thursday night.
(Excerpt) Read more at nypost.com ...
Who flipping cares!!
I smell a rat.
more bad press for her
So much for her getting hired in La La Lamd.
Well, she has had trouble finding work.
Setting the stage for their “you’ve gotta be on crack to support Mitt” campaign
Now Obama is done. /sarcasm
She is a sad, adult-child who confuses attention with love. When she sees someone getting positive feedback for certain behavior, she immediately mimics it in hopes of erasing her latest outrageous behaviors- Stacey Dash (Mitt Romney endorsement) and the poor high school girl who was bullied (LL immediately twittered that she was bullied in high school while her fellow classmates have recounted staying the heck out of HER way) are her latest victims.
The best thing to do is to ignore her.
LL will do anything to get her name in the news.
Lindsay Lohan Endorses Romney, And It’s Actually A Really Big Deal
Walter Hickey | 42 minutes ago | 1,206 | 6
Lindsay Lohan came out in support of Mitt Romney yesterday.
While most would at first glance write this off as gossip, it’s the latest instance of an evolving trend that jeopardizes President Obama’s chance at winning the White House.
Lohan, by all accounts, is a typical low-information voter. And low information voters, like it or not, will decide this election.
The first person to pick out this trend was Dave Weigel at Slate after sportswriter Buzz Bissinger endorsed Romney after his positive debate performance. Bissinger, Weigel notes, was a low information voter. He ignored the election, watched the debate, took everyone’s word for it on the facts, and backed Romney.
As Weigel notes, it’s not like either side was falling over themselves to score the lusted-after and enviable Bissinger endorsement.
But Bissinger is emblematic of millions of Americans. These people don’t follow politics, don’t understand the issues with depth, and plan to vote based on what little information they’ve gleaned.
Adult film actress Jenna Jameson has backed Romney because “when you’re rich, you want a Republican in office.” Wrestler Hulk Hogan has backed Romney because he wants someone to “just take the lead and run.”
Lohan said that the reason she was voting Romney was “employment.” From The Blaze:
I just think employment is really important right now, the troubled star told E!, while at Mr. Pinks Ginseng Drink event in Beverly Hills, California, on Thursday. So, as of now, Mitt Romney. As of now.
Here’s why the Obama campaign should be worried.
Lohan is a low information voter convinced that (a) employment is really important, (b) thinks that employment is not being sufficiently handled by the White House right now and (c) thinks that Mitt Romney is better equipped to handle employment.
That arguably logical sequence is all that it takes for a low-information voter to support Mitt Romney. The thing is, there are millions of voters like her. That should terrify the Obama campaign.
See the other celebrities who have backed Mitt Romney >
We can counter with our own “even addle-minded junkies eventually wise up to the truth about Obama” campaign.
Endorsed by that train-wreck. Just what we need.
Good, now maybe she’ll go find a nice conservative/republican young man and avert the disaster and death that is awaiting her if she doesn’t straighten out her pointless hollywood life of excess and unbridled morality.
So yea, we should care, because it helps chip away at a support group Obama takes for granted.
Obama better give Lohan a UN position in order to keep her quiet.
thank you, I could not have said it better myself.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.