ROLL CALL: Lindsay Lohan Live Tweets Presidential Debate; Shows Obama Some Love
First Published: October 23, 2012 12:30 PM EDT Credit: Getty Premium
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LiLo Catches The Debate Bug: Most of America – including Lindsay Lohan – was glued to the final 2012 Presidential debate between President Barack Obama and former Governor Mitt Romney. She blasted off a slew Tweets including, “OMG it is HAPPENING!!!!!!!! The Final Debate!!!!! I’m so nervous!” followed by “1920s, 1950s…. ITS ALL THE SAME, History repeats itself…. Only if you let it” and ended with “Nice work to both @BarackObama and @mittromney… i’m so relieved that its over. Maybe more than both of you..severe anxiety-God Bless xo L” According to Politico, Lindsay – who has publically endorsed Romney – gave Obama some love, but then deleted the reTweet. “RT if you’re #ProudOfObama as our commander in chief,” she reportedly wrote and then deleted from her feed.
More LiLo Twitter Fun: The Lindsay Lohan Twitter fun continues! According to BuzzFeed, the actress posted (and then deleted) a Tweet earlier this month that we had to share! “wtf is emma stone,” she reportedly wrote then deleted. Lindsay, we’d like to introduce you to actress Emma Stone… just in case you thought she was a type of rock!?
B’s Bling For POTUS!: Beyonce showed off her support for President Obama in a fashionable way over the weekend. Check out B’s Obama bling, HERE!
Romney’s “FNL” bracelets: In more Presidential jewelry news, “Friday Night Lights” creator Peter Berg has asked the Romney campaign to stop using the catchphrase “Clear eyes, full hearts, can’t lose,” from beloved TV series and movie, but that hasn’t stopped the Republican candidate’s website from selling “Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, America Can’t Lose!” bracelets for just $10. Where is Tami Taylor when we need to her to come rectify this situation?!
-- Jesse Spero
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