Rob Lowe has voted already in California, where he sadly noted that “my presidential vote won’t matter.” Take from that what you will, but don’t take it as an endorsement of Mitt Romney. Oddly enough, Lowe’s supposed support of the GOP was trumpeted enthusiastically by a Twitter account called Hillary Clinton 2012 (which has since apologized and corrected the record). Are Hillary supporters hoping to strip away some of Obama’s lock on Hollywood before the next election?

As far as Hillary Clinton’s presidential chances in 2012? Not so good; in fact, they’re about as likely as rapper Nicki Minaj’s “endorsement” of Romney, which turned out to be two lines on a Lil Wayne mixtape: “I’m a Republican voting for Mitt Romney/You lazy bitches is fucking up the economy.” The president himself addressed that lyric on the “Morning Mayhem” radio show, much to Minaj’s delight over his getting her “creative humor and sarcasm.”

Lowe? Perhaps. Lohan? Who knows.

The Scott Baio and Chuck Woolery endorsements, though? Rock solid. Woolery/Baio 2016?

  • Chas Holman

    Vote Vote Vote..

    I already voted for the President and it felt great to have it said and done.

    No matter what candidate you support, get out and participate in the great American Democracy.

    Don’t let folks like me or the Governor or Bart Simpson, get two votes, because you decided to not cast one vote

    • GreenEyedGal

      @facebook-1333779011:disqus Again, this is a REPUBLIC, not a DEMOCRACY. Therefore, we do not participate in a democracy. We participate in a republic.

      “Democracy leads to anarchy, which is mob rule.” -Plato
      I agree. So did our Founding Fathers. As evidence, I present to you the electoral college which allows a candidate to win an election even if they don’t win the mob/majority vote.
      Now that you know the truth, I hope you’ll take this message out into the street, pass it along to your friends and neighbors. You can even explain it to the friend you take to the voting booth.

  • aegean1

    “my presidential vote won’t matter.”

    Could go either way, if you think about it. CA is going to vote for Obama, that’s pretty much a given (unless they all sober up). If he voted for Obama, that’s just a drop in the ocean, so doesn’t really matter unless all the drops stay home.

    • rbtpowell

      CA is gonna have to sober up soon, it is rapidly heading towards attaining the dubious distnction of going bankrupt……seems odd for a state with so many generous celebs……..go figure.

  • rbtpowell

    Whats really impressive is that he has the humility not to assume his celebrity status somehow bestowes some extrodinary intellectual capacity.

  • Cruz2016!!!

    Rob Lowe has voted already in California, where he sadly noted that “my presidential vote won’t matter.” Meaning, he voted for Mitt but California is a blue state so basically, his vote didn’t matter there…That’s how I’m taking it :)

    • Ian Andrews

      could have also been for gary johnson or Paul as a write-in.

      • Cruz2016!!!

        No way, Lowe isn’t a whacky truther or Israeli hater…

  • nc

    As a lifelong Californian who has voted every chance I could, I’m tired of hearing “my presidential vote doesn’t matter.” Yes, this is a blue state and things rarely go my way, but I fear this attitude might cause some not to bother or to disengage from the process (I see a lot of that anyway). SOMEBODY’s voting and it also should include us. You never know when the tide will turn.

  • Elaine

    Come on Rob.. you KNOW you voted for Romney but it really is no one elses business!