“I am sorry about the interpretation. I am sorry about the words.”
A very unfortunate Australian gaffe. UPDATE: Paramount Pictures Australia has deleted the tweet.
The prime minister started talking to bemused Teesside residents about investment in Tyneside.
The network accidentally broadcasts footage of destruction when teasing a segment about how “the LeBron James effect” could revitalize Ohio.
The Thick of It has come true in south London.
Republican Congressman and GOP Senate nominee in Missouri, Todd Akin, said this weekend that so-called “legitimate rape” rarely causes pregnancy.
The VP adresses his “chains” remark with a promise not to change.
Scarborough and company have a good LOL at the MSNBC production team’s honest mistake and then plot to take the wind out of the Internet’s sails.
After days of negative press attention for gaffes and controversial remarks, Santorum says he stands by his comments. Satan, Obama’s “phony theology”, and more — Santorum doesn’t shy away.
While breaking the news of Whitney’s death, ABC News made a slight mistake.
Just in time for the South Carolina primary, Texas’s commander-in-chief has been immortalized in plastic — complete with his famed “three agencies” gaffe. Get your own 12-inch talking Rick Perry doll, courtesy of custom action figure outfit Herobuilders, while supplies (and campaign) last.
On Friday afternoon, Senator John McCain forgot who he was supposed to be talking up at a rally in Charleston, South Carolina, for Mitt Romney.
Rick Perry waited until after last night’s GOP debate to make his biggest gaffe of the night. Learn more about our great nation at #PerryHistory.
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After yesterday’s gaffe, the Internet’s been hard at work coming up with some pretty awesome Joe Biden puns. Use the image overlay to put some other clever words in the vice president’s mouth.
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Has John McCain finally gotten the stroke of luck he’s been praying for? Getting a V.P. with a line on a witch doctor has finally paid off in pure gold.
The AFP photoservice ran an image taken from Tina Fey’s SNL performance last weekend as an actual picture of Governor Palin. Hey, I mean, they do look alike. But Amy Poehler ain’t no Katie Couric.
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