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Angelina Jolie's Presidential Pick is Undecided

United Nations goodwill ambassador Angelina Jolie hasn’t decided who she’s voting for between Presidential hopefuls John McCain and Barack Obama.

The 33-year-old new mom said in a statement to Variety managing editor Ted Johnson via political adviser Trevor Neilson: “I have not decided on a candidate. I am waiting to see the commitments they will make on issues like international justice, refugees and how to address the needs of children in crisis around the world.”

Back in February, Angie wrote an op-ed piece for the Washington Post, “[calling] on each of the presidential candidates and congressional leaders to announce a comprehensive refugee plan with a specific timeline and budget as part of their Iraq strategy.”

To read the full piece on Angelina Jolie‘s endorsement, visit WilshireAndWashington.com.

Paris Hilton to John McCain: You're Not Hot

Paris Hilton fires back at “that wrinkly white haired guy” in a spoof posted on humor Web site FunnyorDie.

Last week, Republic presidential candidate John McCain likened Democratic presidental candidate Barack Obama to celebrities Britney Spears and Paris Hilton. McCain campaign strategist Steve Schmidt said, “It’s beyond dispute that [Obama] has become the biggest celebrity in the world. But do the American people really want to elect the biggest celebrity in the world?”

Paris‘s rep released this statement in response to the ad: “Miss Hilton was neither asked, nor did she give permission, for the use of her likeness in the ad, and has no further comment.” (Watch the commercial here.)

Watch the parody below–an ad for The Paris Hilton Presidential Campaign.


Paris Hilton Responds To John McCain Ad

Ellen to McCain on Same Sex Marriage: "Our Love Is the Same"

On today’s Ellen DeGeneres Show, the lesbian talk show host talked with Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain about their views on same-sex marriage and her plans to marry her partner, actress Portia de Rossi, this summer.

“I’m obviously excited and to me this is only fair and only natural,” Ellen said.

McCain said “people should be able to enter into legal agreements, and I think that that is something that we should encourage, particularly in the case of insurance and other areas, decisions that have to be made. I just believe in the unique status of marriage between man and woman. And I know that we have a respectful disagreement on that issue.”

“Blacks and women did not have the right to vote,” Ellen responded. “I mean, women just got the right to vote in 1920. Blacks didn’t have the right to vote until 1870. And it just feels like there is this old way of thinking that we are not all the same. We are all the same people, all of us. You’re no different than I am. Our love is the same. To me — to me, what it feels like — just, you know, I will speak for myself — it feels — when someone says, ‘You can have a contract, and you’ll still have insurance, and you’ll get all that,’ it sounds to me like saying, ‘Well, you can sit there; you just can’t sit there.’ That’s what it sounds like to me. It feels like — it doesn’t feel inclusive…It feels — it feels isolated. It feels like we are not — you know, we aren’t owed the same things and the same wording.”

Responded McCain, “Well, I’ve heard you articulate that position in a very eloquent fashion. We just have a disagreement. And I, along with many, many others, wish you every happiness.”

“Thank you,” joked Ellen. “So you’ll walk me down the aisle? Is that what you’re saying?”

“Touché,” McCain laughed.

“Well, my hope is someday it won’t be called a contract; it will be called marriage,” Ellen ended.

You can watch the video of Ellen and McCain here.

Heidi Montag: I'm Voting John McCain

Heidi Montag isn’t backing Hillary Clinton for Barack Obama for president.

“I’m voting for John McCain,” she tells Us Weekly. “I’m a Republican and McCain has a lot of experience. [But] I don’t think anyone cares who Heidi Montag votes for.”

The New York Times recently called Heidi a “feminist hero”. Of course, she was flattered.

“I was very honored to be called a feminist hero,” Ms. Montag told In Touch. “It’s a big deal to be even acknowledged, let alone complimented by The New York Times by such a profound, famous TV critic.”

Now you know who not to vote for in the upcoming election!

UPDATE: McCain has responded to Montag‘s support, saying, “I’m honored to have Heidi‘s support and I want to assure her that I never miss an episode of The Hills, especially since the new season started.” Ummm…

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