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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.

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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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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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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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Mark Hamill feels Mitt Romney hails from the Dark Side of politics.

The Star Wars actor says the Republican Presidential candidate is a snake oil salesman who must be defeated by President Obama in next month's election.

No, he was not one of the people threatening Stacey Dash.

Hamill Tweet

Hamill first commented on the election in July, joking at Comic-Con (where he was promoting his new film Sushi Girl) that "Mitt Romney is not actually human."

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During the first presidential debate, Mitt Romney and Barack Obama found more common ground than you might think, coming to an agreement on a basic idea:

Shutting Jim Lehrer up.

Watch this skit from Late Night With Jimmy Fallon and watch the two candidates go off on the PBS moderator, who was criticized for not controlling the event last week:

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Snoop Dogg has already endorsed the President, so his political preference is not news ... but this pro/con list for the two candidates is still hilarious.

Predictably, all the "cons" belong to Mitt Romney and not Barack Obama:

Snoop Obama-Romney List

The list was actually created by someone else (@DragonflyJonez) but re-posted by Snoop, and pretty much speaks for itself, even if there are some duplicate entries.

Beyonce and Michelle Obama. Enough said.

Election 2012:

 

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According to the majority of poll respondents, Mitt Romney won the presidential debate Wednesday. Still, he produced the oddest comment of the night by a mile.

In response to a question about what government-funded programs and ventures he would cut, Mitt gave the curious example of PBS ... despite his love for Big Bird.

What would happen if Mitt actually visited Sesame Street and gave the pink slip to the affable avian giant and his puppet pals? Something along these lines:

NOTE: This genius creation comes courtesy of Special Ed from WLLD/Wild 94.1 in Tampa.

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Mitt Romney's comment during last night's presidential debate about cutting funding to PBS - despite the fact that he likes Big Bird - did not go over well with the network.

PBS CEO Paula Kerger told CNN in response, "With all the enormous problems facing the country, the fact that we are the focus is unbelievable to me."

"We are America’s biggest classroom, we touch children across the country in every home."

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The first presidential debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney was won by the challenger, according to more than 12,500 THG readers.

Even the typically pro-Democrat celebrity crowd took notice.

Obama and Romney Debate

During the most tweeted-about U.S. political event ever, President Obama got his fair share of accolades from stars, but Romney's strong showing couldn't be ignored.

Some choice celebrity reactions after the jump:

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