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Lindsay Lohan has gone on record saying she supports Republican Mitt Romney in his bid to unseat Barack Obama in next month's presidential election.

Whether the actress actually votes for him is another matter.

  • Lindsay Lohan on Glee
  • Willard Mitt Romney Photo

The Los Angeles County Voter Registration office says that since she moved from her previous house in Venice, the starlet has yet to register to vote.

She did vote in the 2008 presidential election, however.

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Welcome, readers, to another edition of THG's Caption Contest!

After the AP released (and later apologized for not explaining) this classic Mitt Romney photo this week, we knew it was prime Caption Contest material.

The possibilities are endless. What would the best caption be?!

You tell us! Just leave comment(s) below with the best caption(s) for the photo! Go to it! Winner will be announced on Monday. Best of luck!

UPDATE: Our winner is Francis. The entry appears below.

Thanks to all for playing and best of luck again next time!

Best Mitt Romney Picture

"... and the seemingly innocent campaign stop came to a dramatic and horrifying conclusion when the politician revealed where his ideas truly came from."

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Paul Ryan talked extensively about budget cuts in last night's V.P. debate.

Now the Wisconsin Congressman's showing how cut he is in Time!

  • Paul Ryan Pumping Iron
  • Paul Ryan Ripped
  • Paul Ryan Weight Lifting
  • Paul Ryan Time Magazine

Mitt Romney's running mate, 42, not only held his own against Joe Biden in the political ring, he looks like he could go 12 rounds in another ring right now.

Rocking a backwards baseball cap (red, obviously), a tight t-shirt and his trademark grin, the possible future U.S. vice president is one cool (and ripped) dude.

Politics aside, Paul and Janna Ryan make one good-looking, fit couple. Let's see if Biden's smiling ear-to-ear after a push-up contest with this guy!

Tell us: Who won last night's debate?

 

Who are you voting for next month?

 

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Lena Dunham is unafraid to expose various body parts on HBO's smash new comedy, Girls. Seriously: she's naked A LOT.

In real life, meanwhile, the actress/director/writer is equally unafraid of expressing her political views, which she did yesterday via Twitter.

"I'm voting because I want to party at my sister's future wedding #ForAll," Dunham wrote, while making clear her affection for Barack Obama and her support of gay marriage:

Lena Dunham Twit Pic

Where do you stand on these pressing issues? Do you support marriage equality?

 

Who will you vote for in the Presidential election?

 

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Unlike President Obama, Joe Biden actually showed up for his debate with Paul Ryan last night in Danville, Ky., with the V.P. candidates putting on quite a display.

While both sides could take away plenty of political positives from the vice presidential debate, the general consensus was that it made for great TV.

Some of our favorite celebrity Twitter reactions appear below:

Dennis Miller: "Biden’s incessant smile is reminding me of the Cleveland Indian’s Hat Logo which is reminding me of baseball. Adios."

Donald Trump: "Pretty even debate- no knockouts. However Ryan's closing statement somewhat stronger. What do you think? #VPDebate"

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The first and only 2012 vice presidential debate has come to an end.

Who do you think was the winner of the showdown in Kentucky?

Biden, Ryan

After last week's presidential debate disaster for Barack Obama, V.P. Joe Biden was tasked with righting the ship, while Rep. Paul Ryan sought to keep Mitt Romney's momentum going.

Which candidate do you think better achieved his goals coming in?

What was the most meaningful exchange? Did Ryan help make the case for Romney and the GOP's views on foreign and domestic issues over this 90-minute tussle?

Or was it Democrat Biden who bettered his boss' chances for re-election?

Share your comments below, and vote in our survey:

Who won the 2012 Vice Presidential debate?

 

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David Letterman (jokingly, mostly, maybe, sort of) predicted that Mitt Romney will lose this year's presidential election due to his snub of The Late Show.

Last week, Dave urged voters to vote against Mitt unless he came on the program. With Romney still reluctant to do so, Letterman now predicts his defeat.

Watch the segment below:

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A pro-life, family-values congressman, Scott DesJarlais of Tennessee is also a doctor. Who had an affair with a patient and pressured her to get an abortion.

Scott DesJarlais Pic

According to the Huffington Post, DesJarlais was trying to save his marriage at the time, according to his remarks on the call, made in September of 2000.

According to independent sources familiar with the call, he made the tape himself.

DesJarlais, who was provided a copy of the transcript by HuffPost, did not deny its contents, but in a statement through his campaign, railed against the opposition.

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Possible First Lady-to-be Ann Romney co-hosted Good Morning America this morning and shared her delicious Welsh cakes with the cast and crew.

Those things look pretty amazing.

Ann's GMA appearance was free of any hard-hitting campaign news, but there was some culinary drama as her famous cakes began burning on the griddle.

Fortunately, the wife of presidential candidate Mitt Romney resolved the situation before the scone-like delicacies were ruined. What are they exactly?

Follow the link for Ann's Welsh cakes recipe!

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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is again trying to distance himself from his infamous "47 percent" comment, calling it "completely wrong."

As opposed to "ineloquently stated," his original description of the quote.

Romney, whose comments were caught on video at a private fundraiser in May, says "the words that came out were not what I meant" and disavowed them.

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