The web's sexist political analyst, Amber Lee Ettinger, is at it again!

This time, "Obama Girl" is telling Hillary Rodham Clinton - whose chances of winning the Democratic nomination for president dwindle with each passing day - to lay off Barack Obama already! See hilarious video below ...

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Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton have the support of their spouses. That is obvious to anyone who knows about them. But what's less expected are their first-person pieces arguing for the candidates they know best in the latest issue of Us Weekly.

"I tell people I am married to the answer," Michelle Obama, 44, wrote to the celebrity news magazine. "If I weren't married to him, I'd still want a Barack Obama presidency right now �" not in four or eight years, but now."

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Here's a funny YouTube video in which Hillary Rodham Clinton discloses the true nature of her relationship with rival Democratic Sen. Barack Obama.

This is a clear parody of the infamous videos made by Sarah Silverman and boyfriend Jimmy Kimmel, in which they confess that they are f*%king Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, respectively. Like those, this one contains strong language.

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We love politics at The Hollywood Gossip, but we tend to keep our posts geared towards Ashley Dupre, or George W. Bush and the Easter Bunny.

In other words, we try to keep opinions to ourselves and focus on humor or scandal. Other celebrity gossip sites, however, can't help themselves.

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Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are running such a competitive race for the Democratic presidential nomination that many voters want them to run in tandem.

Good luck getting one to agree to take the V.P. spot. Still, one artist's rendering of an Obama-Clinton ticket took on a whole new meaning this week. Gross!

Posted in: George W. Bush

Hillary Clinton's fear-mongering "3 a.m. / red phone" ad helped propel her to big win in the Ohio primary this week - but it turns out one of the stars of the commercial is actually a huge Barack Obama supporter.

The first child featured in the ad - which asks people who they want to answer the phone in the White House at 3:00 in the morning - is actually Casey Knowles, an Obama volunteer in the state of Washington.

Posted in: Barack Obama

We're not sure if Natalie Portman is still dating Nathan Bogle. We haven't heard from that alleged male model in quite some time. Sad.

But we know she's throwing her support behind Hillary Clinton in the race for president, although she likes the other contenders too.

Posted in: Natalie Portman

Live from New York it's... Hillary Clinton! After ripping last week's episode in an actual debate, the former First Lady slipped off the campaign trail and made a surprise appearance on Saturday Night Live.

The show began with a satire of Tuesday night's Democratic debate, poking fun at Clinton's stance on health care and the softball questions posed to her chief rival for the Democratic nomination, Barack Obama.

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A possibly-funny, possibly-bitter Hillary Clinton actually cited last weekend's SNL skit at the onset of this week's debate with Barack Obama in Ohio.

"In the last several debates, I seem to get the first question all the time," the New York Senator said. "I don't mind. I'll be happy to field it. I just find it curious if anybody saw Saturday Night Live ... maybe we should ask [Barack Obama] if he's comfortable and needs another pillow."

Posted in: Amy Poehler

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Hillary Rodham Clinton, often referred to as simply Hillary Clinton, is a lawyer, the former First Lady, a member of the U.S. Senate... More »
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