We’ve all been there.
We’ve all been there.
Ed Balls just couldn’t remember the surname of Labour’s key business supporter. He’s not the only one to have suffered a brain freeze.
Want to know why Aereo is dead? Follow the money.
Warning: contains terrible puns.
Who could play a Disney villain?
Because they’re not real people.
“When you play the elections, you win or you die. There is no middle ground.”
Since they don’t have a reputation to protect, there’s no need to think about the consequences.
I like taking selfies. These guys should have not ruined it for the rest of us.
Show business for ugly people? Check out that haircut.
Plus the 10 most sinister fictional politicians, 4 weird ways to conquer your food cravings, and how to get Justin Bieber to follow you on Twitter.
Vandalizing a pizza outlet, burning Obama’s effigies, and removing security barriers outside the U.S. Consulate.
Our parliamentarians like to think they’re a musical bunch. Rock on, Westminster.
Their words were as loud as their lives.
In the wake of the government shut-down, our divided nation is in desperate need of non-partisan leaders who can clean up the political mess in Washington… and still be part of a balanced breakfast.
These people need to get some fresh material, for real.
Dance like no one is watching, even when everyone is.
Councillor Simon Parkes says he’s fathered an alien baby named Zarka, but it’s no big deal. He’s more interested in fixing potholes. (via thenorthernecho.co.uk)
The tumultuous world of politics is no Disney movie…but wouldn’t it be so much better if it was? Here are some key political players along with their animated counterparts.
Mean Girls quotes and images from our nation’s capital work surprisingly well together. Get in, loser, we’re going to Washington!
The choice is yours, people. Do you really want to keep voting for the politicians who have been running this country into the ground?
This November, 100 percent of Americans who exercise their right to vote will be voting for a politician. But is that really sensible?
Rob Portman had flowing locks. Rand Paul dissects a cat.
Two important facts here about modern technology: 1. Once on the Internet, nothing ever truly goes away. 2. Politicians butt dial. (via hlntv.com)
If there’s one thing the internet loves, it’s drawing comparisons between two completely unrelated things. That, and making fun of people whether or not they deserve it.
This explains everything. So were they born with this special vision or did they have to get corrective surgery after being sworn in?
Sarah Maria Santorum, who attracted some Internet ridicule for crying at her father’s 2006 Senate concession, is now fourteen, and seems like a great kid. Don’t you just love to see her smile?
Australian Foreign Affairs Minister Kevin Rudd (who was Prime Minister until 2010) is all over the news in his home country right now after this little outburst was leaked to YouTube under the title “Not A Happy Little Vegemite.”
Herman Cain defends himself against accusations of sexual harassment by singing the gospel standard “He Looked Beyond My Fault.”