Shocking stuff here, folks.
Shocking stuff here, folks.
Insane has-been Glenn Beck endorsed a Republican presidential candidate in the most insane way possible.
You might be surprised by the stuff that is occupying Herman Cain’s mind instead of a solid grasp of U.S. foreign policy.
She finally came out to speak about her husband on his behalf. They make a cute couple, no?
Last night’s big election that had nothing to do with Obama is magically made to be all about Obama by the Fourth Estate.
The Washington Times asked all of the GOP candidates what their favorite movies were. As this is obviously the most politically important issue of our time, we’ve broken down and graded their answers. (via washingtontimes.com)
Adolf has had enough of Herman Cain’s famous catchphrase. Watch Video ›
Michael Bay has a new movie coming out about Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry! Oh, it’s just his official campaign advertisement that looks just like Tim Pawlenty’s official campaign advertisement. My mistake. Watch Video ›
The 76-year-old Texas Congressman won 44.9% of the votes in last night’s California straw poll, beating out Rick Perry by a substantial 15.6%. Plus Barry Manilow likes him. So he’s got that going for him, which is nice. (via.) View Image ›
Jon Huntsman skips Nevermind and straight drops an In Utero Kurt Cobain reference at the Tea Party Republican presidential debate. And he didn’t even get it right! Amazing. Oh, and Rick Perry lets us know that he can be bought, but it’ll cost ya more than $5,000. Yeee-haw!!! Watch Video ›
Last night at the CNN/Tea Party debate, Wolf Blitzer asked everyone what kind of stuff they’d shlep to the White House if they were elected and pizza man Herman Cain absolutely nailed it. View List ›
Not even super duper Libertarian Ron Paul could admit that he’d sit there and let an uninsured sick person die. Good thing there were some bloodthirsty Tea Party folks in the crowd who would! (via 2012.talkingpointsmemo.com) Watch Video ›
I watched the whole thing and I’d say this pretty much covers it.
Take a walk down cheesy-old-website lane with this gallery of former campaign homepages. Needs more animated flags.
Things are getting desperate on the right when a former three-term Republican governor of New York is going to step into the GOP’s 2012 mess. Watch Video ›
Shelly must have been too focused while working undercover at the IRS to notice that the Cold War ended.
After finishing third in yesterday’s Iowa Straw Poll behind Michele Bachmann and Ron Paul, the former Minnesota governor decided to call it quits. “Obviously the pathway forward for me doesn’t really exist so we are going to end the campaign,” he said. “I thought I would have made a great president.” (via.) View Image ›
Until someone notices the apparent typo, GOP.com is claiming at the very top of their website that Obama’s last day in office will be in 2017 or the end of a second term. Maybe they’ve really just given up faith on Bachman and Romney though? (via nymag.com) View List ›
“Those blood-sucking liberals are absolutely worthless.” He’s basically the Neil Hamburger of the 2012 Election. Watch Video ›
With each election, presidential campaigns are run more and more like ad campaigns—sporting branding, taglines, and flashy marketing. We at BuzzFeed got to joking around about which brands should sponsor each 2012 Presidential candidate and what their ads might look like. And then this happened… View List ›
Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain should take his own advice and reread the Constitution before lecturing Americans on our knowledge of said document, because the phrase “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” does not appear anywhere in that text. (via ThinkProgress) Watch Video ›
Meet congresswoman Michele Bachmann. If you weren’t already acquainted with the outspoken Minnesota Republican then prepare yourself for this soundbite machine’s divinely inspired run for the presidency in 2012. Watch Video ›