Michael Lohan to Barack Obama: Let go of Lindsay's past
Michael Lohan says Barack Obama is like the pot calling the kettle black.
This week, he reacted to Barack Obama's rumored refusal of Lindsay Lohan's offer to do a fundraiser for him.
According to the Chicago Sun-Times, Barack's camp felt that her Hollywood party girl reputation would not be helpful to his campaign.
"For Barack Obama to condemn my daughter for past indiscretions when he admitted to the exact same himself is indicative of what kind of president he would be," Michael Lohan told Fox's News Pop Tarts via e-mail on Wednesday night.
"His visions of a positive future for this country should be representative of a positive future for people as well. It is looking beyond the difficult times and letting go of the past. Obviously, Obama can do this for himself and not others, when in fact a good president should have hope for all."
Let's face it, Michael Lohan will use any excuse and any event in his estranged daughter's life to offer his opinion, grandstand and further embarrass the girl. But maybe this time he has a point.
What do you think?
Does Barack's admitted wild teenage drug and alcohol use mean that he should not judge LIndsay Lohan so harshly, if indeed, he actually did?