Liberal activisit Tim Robbins — oh yeah, he’s also an actor — ran into a little problem Tuesday morning when he went to vote. His name wasn’t on the registration list and was nowhere to be found at a YMCA in downtown Manhattan, where, since 1988, he’s voted in presidential elections. Robbins, who lives with liberal activist/actor partner Susan Sarandon (who had no trouble voting, so we’re guessing it wasn’t anything personal against the two of them for being pushy, annoying celebrities) was given a paper ballot, but because he doesn’t trust that method of voting, demanded to speak to a supervisor. Robbins wound up waiting four hours, then was told to visit the board’s downtown office, where it was confirmed he’s a registered voter. He then had to have a court order from a judge allowing him to vote, which he did, going back to the same location where he’d started off his morning. Robbins was understandably irate, and pointed out that if it had happened to someone else, with a regular job, they may not have been able to spare the hours it took to get everything straightened out, as he did. But hey, Tim, here’s the bright side. Obama won. You can relax now.