Stacey Dash For Mitt Romney: “He’s The Only Choice For Your Future”
After the debate that took place last week, Ice T has a suggestion for President Obama. But while Mitt Romney has had trouble gaining support from prominent entertainers, actress Stacey Dash has come out in the GOP candidate’s favor.
Hollywood notables and rappers have been lining up behind Barack Obama for the 2012 election. But the same is not true for his Republican challenger, Mitt Romney. In September, Nicki Minaj rapped her support for Mitt Romney but later acknowledged that she was actually is supporting President Obama.
Coming off the Presidential that took place last week, Stacey Dash has stepped forward to give a full throated endorsement of the Republican challenger.
The star of the 1995 classic teen comedy Clueless, and lead in Kanye West‘s “All Falls Down” video, has come out as a Romney cheerleader.
“Vote For Romney,” Dash tweeted. “The Only Choice For Your Future.”
— Stacey Dash (@REALStaceyDash) October 7, 2012
She posted a picture of herself photoshopped in front of an American flag and leaning on what appears to be a missile or the tale of a plane emblazoned with “Dash America.”
Dash, who is also cousin of hip-hop mogul and Roc-A-Fella Co-founder Dame Dash, joins other Hollywood conservatives such as Clint Eastwood and Kelsey Grammer, who openly supports the Republican ticket. The Clueless star recently reunited for an Entertainment Weekly photo shoot as part of the reunion with the cast of the Iconic film.
Romney has enjoyed a bounce since his debate performance. President Obama’s supporters have also expressed disappointment in the president’s performance.
While Snoop Dogg outlined his own comical, if crude, list of why he won’t be voting for the president, Ice T offered his own advice.
Message to the President: “No weed before the next debate homie….”
— ICE T (@FINALLEVEL) October 5, 2012
The Vice Presidential debate between incumbent Democrat Joe Biden and Republican challenger Paul Ryan is set for October 11. find out more about rappers and their political support here. —Erik Parker, CBS Local