Sorry, but I can’t get excited about the endorsement of a screwed up drug addict. Sounds more like a democrat to me.
Lindsey Lohan didn’t get an Obama phone.
I wonder how many low-information voters got Obama phones and will thus say, “The economy is bad. Obama will give me a phone. I’ll vote for Obama”.
A scenario like that is what our founders said would kill this country. I really hope we’re not already mostly dead.
Lindsey Lohan terrifies me.
Whoever wrote this piece puts way too much importance on lame brains.......uh, wait!....I forgot a lot of the "voters" are lame brains.
Please disregard all of the above.....
Last month, the troubled actress went as far as to tweet the President requesting he “cut taxes for those who need it: middle-class families, small businesses” as well as “those that are listed on Forbes as ‘millionaires’.” Perhaps her tweet was not granted.
I hope she is a voter but this is not the action of a truly low information demographic.
Red Light District endorsements just don’t pack much punch.
Spin like this makes me identify myself as conservative and not Republican.
Hell, it terrifies me!
The fact that Lohan and a number of others have started to voice their opinion against Obama is not an indication of their knowledge or influence. It is an indication that they sense a changing of the season. Much like the ducks know when it is time to fly north or to return south.
The momentum toward Romney/Ryan is resonating with them and if you get a few moving in that direction we may get a larger movement.
Many have jumped the shark for the Hillary of Massachusetts, including his compromised running mate.
Enough people have experienced unemployment in the past 4 years, they’d like to see a former community activist and a lifelong politician see what it’s like to be out of work with no job prospects in your last (and highest paying) field.
Kind of a put down of the 'low information' voter, but excellent, nonetheless!