Stacey Dash took to the Twittersphere and told the world that Mitt Romney as president of the United States is “the only choice for your future” along with a photo of her that screams NASCAR meets beauty pageant.
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The 46-year-old star’s endorsement quickly drew ridicule and disbelief. Huffington Post compiled a few of the most cutting tweets:
Dash responded calmly to the criticism by saying that she was entitled to her opinion. She then went on to retweet support from conservatives and a statement from Romney:
“@MittRomney: Women have had enough of @BarackObama’s disappointment. We need new leadership to get our economy growing again.”
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See how he wrapped so many key words in two sentences and just put “women” in front of it? This is the mind-numbingly generic candidate that Dash believes should be POTUS.
Nicki Minaj also drew the anger of fans when she rapped the following verse on Lil Wayne’s “Dedication 4”:
“I’m a Republican voting for Mitt Romney / You lazy b—-es is f—ing up the economy.”
Minaj later claimed that she was being sarcastic and President Obama came to her defense, claiming that he believed that she was just being creative with one of her characters.
Dash, on the other hand, is serious, and just as “clueless” as ever.
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