Lindsay Lohan, Driving Drunk and Strip Pole Dancing

There’s not much news being a holiday weekend, but Lindsay Lohan is helping provide the web with things to talk about. Lohan is under investigation on a DUI charge. Maybe she’ll get to share a cell (or would that be luxury prison pad) with Paris.

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There’s also the video (above) going around the blogs of Lindsay Lohan stripping in her upcoming movie, I Know Who Killed Me. Don’t get your hopes up. By now most people have seen much more of Lohan’s body, even if published photos each provide a view of a differnt part (including this nipple slip posted here previously).

The Maxim Hot 100: Lindsay Lohan Tops List, Beats Mitt Romney in Unfavorability

Maxim’s Hot 100 list has been released. Some of the women on the shows followed in our television posts are included:

Yunjin Kim (Lost) 98
Ivanka Trump (The Apprentice) 83
Evangeline Lilly (Lost) 68
Tricia Helfer (Battlestar Galactica) 57
Kristin Bell (Veronica Mars) 46
Moon Bloodgood (Daybreak) 40
Jennifer Garner (Alias) 35
Elisha Cuthbert (24) 25
Ali Larter (Heroes) 6
Jessica Alba (Sin City, Dark Angel) 2

And the winner is Lindsay Lohan, who is being compared to Mitt Romney in other reports. (Comments on a recent post look at the question of whether Romney is hot.) Fewer people know who Mitt Romney is than know who Lindsay Lohan is. The two have similar favorability (in the 20s), but Lohan has almost double the unfavorability rating (41% vs. 22%). I could bring in Lohan’s Disney connection, such as with the remake of Parent Trap. There’s even a fantasy film connection, even if weak, with Freaky Friday as well as a connection with politcal movies in Bobby. But we all know that Lindsay Lohan’s is primarily known for her inability to keep her clothes totally on in public.

(Updated Warning: Viewing of this picture might subject you to reprimand from the Thought Police at The Democratic Daily. View this photo, and think for yourself, at your own risk.)

Lindsay Lohan Seeks Assistance From Gore, Clinton, and Obama

A post a couple of weeks ago led from the antics of the Bush twins in Argentina to the antics of Britney Spears, Paris Hilton, and Lindsay Lohan in the United States. We’ve now come full circle as reporting on the antics of Lindsay Lohan now involves three of the top contenders for the 2008 Democratic nomination.

TMZ has a rather bizarre story on Lindsay Lohan appealing to Al Gore, Hillary Clinton, and finally Barack Obama for help in fighting the media and cleaning up her image. All three declined, leading TMZ to accuse Obama of wimping out: “Barack, we thought you weren’t afraid to confront the tough issues!”

Of course if they read Liberal Values they might offer Lindsay a bit of advice from yesterday’s Quote of the Day. That new line of underwear from Victoria’s Secret could do wonders for the reputations of those who have been going out in public without any.

Bush Twins Asked to Leave Argentina Following Drunk and Nude Antics

After days of stories of drunk partying coming out of Argentina, including allegations that the Bush twins have been running nude in the halls of their hotel, US australianviagra.com embassy officials have “strongly suggested” that they leave the country.

Obviously the twins will fit in much better back in the United States, where the top news is that Britney Spears is now upstaging Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan in flashing her private parts without panties, along with showing a need for increased support above the waist. From various reports, Paris sounds jealous, and Lindsay was mad enough to hit Paris.

With fun like that awaiting them at home, I’m surprised the Bush twins aren’t rushing back, at least to make sure that their nude Argentina videos make the internet before the rumored Jessica Simpson sex tapes make it on line.

Whenever you question how it is that the American voters reelected George Bush in 2004 despite all the evidence of his failures, keep in mind that this post, and not all that political stuff you read, is all the average American voter is really thinking about.