Bizarre And Amusing Celebrity Endorsements Of The 2012 Presidential Campaign

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Celebrity support for Presidents has definitely evolved. Hollywood Celebrities have always played their roles in presidential-campaign. A CNN analysis of Federal Elections Commission fundraising data shows many that many famous celebrities are teaming up with both the Presidential candidates, Mitt Romney and Barack Obama and are providing them their popularity and riches through support.

Celebrity support for Presidents has definitely evolved. Hollywood Celebrities have always played their roles in presidential-campaign. A CNN analysis of Federal Elections Commission fundraising data shows many that many famous celebrities are teaming up with both the Presidential candidates, Mitt Romney and Barack Obama and are providing them their popularity and riches through support.

Check out Hollywood Famous Celebs Backing Obama And Romney, to see our favorite celebrities supporting their chosen presidential candidate.

Here we have compiled a list of some of the oddest and funniest celebrity presidential endorsements caught on tape. Check them out:

At Comic Con Mark Hamill says that if someone does not vote Obama then that person is insane. He goes on to say, ‘Romney is the like The Thing in that he only imitates human behavior, that he is 'not actually human'.

Take a look at Mos Def supporting his favorite Presidential candidate in a strangely funny manner:

Clint Eastwood’s throat slicing moment, from his famous Republican National Convention speech, showing his support towards Mitt Romney.

Nicki Minaj released a remix of Kanye West’s tune‘Mercy” in which she raps that ‘she's a Republican and voting mitt Romney as these b****** messing up the economy.’

This news was so big that President Barack Obama had to reply at Nicki Minaj’s song on a pop radio station: look what he had to say about it:

Pornographic Star - Jenna Jameson has also put her spin on the presidential race:

 "I'm very looking forward to a Republican being back in office. When you're rich, you want a Republican in office."

Rock musician and 2nd Amendment advocate Ted Nugent explains how Mitt Romney sought his endorsement to be the GOP candidate for President.

You must also take a look at this compilation of different celebrities supporting Obama and Mitt Romney in their own bizarre way.

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