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Lindsay Lohan thinks history is 'all the same'

Mitt Romney supporter Lindsay Lohan took to Twitter today to offer insight on Barack Obama’s debate comment that “the 1980s called and they want their foreign policy back.”  The former teen queen seems to think that a 1980s foreign policy would be fine, because nothing ever changes. At least that’s what we think she might have been saying — we’re not entirely sure.


Why she chose the ’20s and ’50s is beyond us, although we wouldn’t entirely mind if flapper dresses and poodle skirts came back into style.

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