Fresh off her confusingly worded Mitt Romney endorsement, Lindsay Lohan stayed close to Twitter and posted her reactions to the last presidential debate.

As Romney and Barack Obama squared off, the "Liz & Dick" actress tried to converse with everyone from Bill Maher to Vanity Fair. Check out the tweets below:


Lindsay Lohan
OMG it is HAPPENING!!!!!!!! The Final Debate!!!!! I'm so nervous!


Lindsay Lohan
1920s, 1950s.... ITS ALL THE SAME, History repeats itself.... Only if you let it


Lindsay Lohan
I really want to know your honest to G-D thoughts... would you please DM me?

She also responded to a pretty simple tweet from Sarah Silverman:



Lindsay Lohan
Teachers are the BEST!

... And offered Vanity Fair a lesson in journalistic responsibility:


VANITY FAIR
Why didn't Romney finish his story about Appleton, Wisconsin? That sounded interesting! He met a woman. Then what? Cliff-hanger?


Lindsay Lohan
I think that we should be focusing on and 's policies rather than their personal cliff-hangers w/women.

In the end, she was glad it was over:


Lindsay Lohan
Nice work to both and ... i'm so relieved that its over. Maybe more than both of you..severe anxiety-God Bless xo L

Early polls conducted Monday night called the debate for Obama, who came out swinging and maintained pressure on Romney throughout the entire evening. In one spirited exchange, Obama mocked Romney for not understanding how the military worked.

"You mention the Navy, for example, and that we have fewer ships than we did in 1916. Well governor, we also have fewer horses and bayonets," Obama said. "We have these things called aircraft carriers and planes land on them. We have these ships that go underwater, nuclear submarines."

"It's not a game of battleship where we're counting ships, it's 'What are our capabilities?'" he said.

It was a complicated night for Lohan's Twitter -- Politico reports that she retweeted --- then un-retweeted -- a pro-Obama tweet. Here's a gallery of more celebrity reactions to the debate.

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