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Just when we thought every celebrity and their mama was voting for Barack Obama, the Taco Bell healthy nuts Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag — are showing their support for McCain.

Pictured here, Pratt boasts a rather offensive (no matter your politics) shirt stating: “God, Guns, Glory.” Yowzers! And of course next to him is sidekick Heidi Montag who wants you to: “ Read my lipstick. Vote for McCain/Palin.”

The real question is: how much weight do you put in celebrity endorsements? Is Damon convincing you to vote for Barack or Montag for McCain? Chime in and tell us how affected you are by your favorite star’s political opinion!

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  • http://embritadesign.blogspot.com Emily

    Depends on the celebrity…they have to have already proven that they’re thoughtful and well-informed…something neither of those two have done yet.

  • Alicia

    For my personal decision making I do not look for celebrity endorsements.

  • http://BrainyBlonde.com e

    doesn’t surprise me these two would be wearing mccain shirts. i wouldnt be surprised if they wore i love George bush shirts. i think their IQ is about on Par with his.

  • Renee

    I think the issues and what the candidates have to say is more important than the celebrities endorsing them. If a celebrity I like votes with me, great! At the end of the day, however, it’s the rights and issues that win, not the popularity and celebrity support.

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  • http://greenwithglamour.com deana

    i would seriously lay $ down… i bet neither are registered voters.

    xoxo

    obama/biden 08 (and i’m a voter)

  • The Science Commenter

    Tool and bimbo. What a combination. Very similar to who they are rooting for in the election, huh?

  • http://stimpsonwrites.blogspot.com Run-DMS

    they’re idiots. ’nuff said.

  • Kristy

    I don’t let other people’s opinion sway my decisions. Election or not. Celebrity or not. I can speak for myself and make educated decisions on my own.

    Oh- and I’m voting for Change. GOBAMA!!! :)

  • VeggieTart

    I pick the candidates based on the issues, and who a celebrity endorses only affects my opinion about said celeb. The only way a celeb could influence my decision is if the celeb has been an activist in the past. Matt Damon works with anti-poverty groups, I believe. Other celebs work in environmental activism.

    Who knows what Pratt and Montag have heretofore done, but they are clearly suited to each other.

  • http://www.globe-net.com Stan Leung

    both are too stupid to even know anything about politics

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  • david Allan

    matt damon is a joke. he didn’t even get his facts correct.